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Eating Healthy During Pregnancy by Melissa M. Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 10:41am 1 Comment Do I really need to "eat for two?" While you are pregnant, you will need additional nutrients to keep you and your baby healthy. But, that does not mean you need to eat twice as much. You should only eat an extra 300 calories per day. A baked potato has 120 calories. So getting these extra 300 calories doesn't take a lot of food. Make su ... Read on »
Eating for Two? by Alison Barkman, MS, RD Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 11:45am By Alison I am a mom-to-be and registered dietitian (that's me in the picture). So, I follow a very perfect diet and never fall prey to the pickles and ice cream calling my name late at night. Yeah, right! While studying nutrition, pregnancy was a small chunk of the curriculum, squeezed among various science, management, food science ... Read on »
Pregnant & Gluten Free by thegoodeatah Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Oct 2011 10:20pm Whoa. Blog - it's been awhile. Too long in fact, but I have exciting news! News that'll likely change the scope and content of this blog immensely: I'm pregnant! 9 months pregnant actually, and I have to admit that while I didn't have morning sickness, my zest for cooking and creating in the kitchen kind of went away for awhile (I sure hav ... Read on »
Recipes That Would Be Awesome If I Wasn't Pregnant Right Now by amyella Posted Fri 16 Sep 2011 5:34pm I love watching Food Network; I don't think this is surprising. I love to cook, and eat, and I do both quite frequently. Today I put on an episode of Nigella Express because I love Nigella Lawson and she's making a "quick fiesta" of latin flavors. Hello, delicious! And everything on the menu looks truly delicious! And easy! And I want to run t ... Read on »
3rd Month of Pregnancy by Lian Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:07pm I'm already a little past the 3rd month of pregnancy but the morning sickness is still around. It's not too bad during the day time but I really get uncomfortable in the evenings. At least I'm hardly puking anymore. Energy level is still down. Doing a little bit of work still exhausts me. If I need to do anything, it has to be in the morning. That' ... Read on »
Calcium during pregnancy choose milk or soy milk by sweethouse Posted Tue 07 May 2013 4:48pm   We all know that calcium supplementation during pregnancy is critical, especially pregnant women late in pregnancy the amount of demand for calcium, if not properly and timely supplement calcium, for pregnant women or pregnant women belly babyare all harm and no benefit, but calcium during pregnancy in the end we choose milk or soy milk?   I ... Read on »
The surprising results of my glucose screening by thegrassskirt Health Maven Posted Sun 26 Aug 2012 10:07pm Home Health The surprising results of my glucose screening 20 comments Aug 24/12 Health, Pregnancy Last Thursday, I had my glucose screening, a one-hour test used to check for gestational diabetes. (You can read about m ... Read on »
Natural Pregnancy Cures: Digestive Issues by Tracie B. Posted Wed 25 Jan 2012 3:00am Congratulations! You’re probably feeling thrilled, or anxious, or both, about being pregnant. Maybe you’re feeling just a tad bit nauseous, as well. Morning sickness, or all-day sickness as some women think of it, is probably one of the most common early pregnancy symptoms, affecting about 85% of all pregnant women. And many women experien ... Read on »
Maternity Monday by adailydoseofdieting Posted Mon 17 May 2010 12:00am More genius! p.s. this chick below is totally not pregnant, I just thought it was a good cravings pic ;) Food Cravings and What They Mean What do pregnant women crave? When we surveyed BabyCenter moms, almost 40 percent said, "Give me something sweet." Slightly fewer (33 percent) chose salty snacks. Fans of Mexican food ... Read on »
Pregnancy Cravings & Vegetarianism. by Emily Malone Posted Mon 11 Apr 2011 4:11pm There are a few common things that most everyone associates with pregnancy.  Among them are things like morning sickness, stretch marks, fatigue, and of course – cravings. I don’t know that I’ve experienced any real “cravings” so far, but there have definitely been times where something sounded good, and suddenly it was the only thing I wan ... Read on »