Eating healthy when you're pregnant can be hard: You have crazy cravings and an even crazier schedule. But eating right is important for your growing baby, so check out these nutritious, dietician-approved meals. There's even fro-yo!
These healthy snacks will help provide plenty of important nutrients for pregnancy, including vitamic C, folic acid and calcium.
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Folate, or folic acid, is an important nutrient for a healthy pregnancy, so add these foods, plus a prenatal vitamin, to your diet to ensure you're getting enough.
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It's the one time you're actually supposed to eat more -- and yet it suddenly seems like every food is off limits. Here, the final word on which foods to skip and which ones are A-OK during pregnancy.
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These healthy choices have the nutrients that you and your growing baby need.
Whether you wake up nauseous or ravenous, eating a healthy breakfast is super-important when you're pregnant. These easy, mostly assembly-only breakfast options are full of essential nutrients that will keep you healthy and promote your baby's growth -- and get your day started right.
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Whether you're suffering from morning sickness or starving all the time, smoothies can be life-savers for expecting mamas. Full of fiber, healthy fruits and veggies, and other essential nutrients, these sweet sips from the cookbook Smoothie-licious are perfect for breakfast, a light lunch, or a nutritious snack. Each recipe makes two smoothies. Drink one now and save the other for tomorrow. Your body--and baby--will thank you.
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Feel great while taking good care of yourself and your baby.
Whether you're dealing with morning sickness, pregnancy cravings, or that just-plain hormonal-and-hangry feeling, grabbing a healthy snack is super important when you're pregnant. These quick, easy options are perfect for expectant moms.
From your first prenatal appointment, you'll hear all about what you should be eating and drinking during pregnancy, like calcium and folic acid. But what about foods to avoid? Advice seems to flip-flop from year to year, and things that were once considered perfectly safe may now be on the no-no list. Here's a look at what to cut out for the next nine months.
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Morning sickness can be the bane of your pregnancy. Here are some snacks that can help you eat healthy while pregnant.