Pregnancy Nutrition

What you eat is an important part of pregnancy since you're eating for two! Learn what to eat, and find out how a healthy diet can help ensure a healthy baby and less postpartum weight to lose later.

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Vegan Pregnancy Nutrition: 5 Food Groups to Work Into Your Diet

Reed Mangels, dietitian and author of Your Complete Vegan Pregnancy, shares easy tips to have a healthy vegan pregnancy. 
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13 Refreshing Summer Mocktails

No alcohol for you this summer? No problem. We've gathered a collection of our favorite mocktails to get you through the summer heat. Keep clicking for refreshing recipes.
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4 Healthy Salads Packed with Prenatal Nutrients

Full of wholesome fruits and vegetables, these salads contain vital nutrients your pregnant body needs, including calcium, folate, iron and protein.
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The Best Pregnancy Workout Snacks

These pre- and post-workout snack ideas are perfect for your next exercise session with baby.
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Why Kale Is So Good For You During Pregnancy

This dark leafy green is loaded with key nutrients for pregnancy. Here's why you should load up on this veggie—and delicious ways to serve it.
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Oatmeal Breakfast Ideas When You're Eating for Two

Oatmeal is a great way to give your breakfast a healthy upgrade when you're expecting. Here's why, plus 12 yummy things to put in your bowl of oats to make it even better.
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More Pregnancy Nutrition

A Week of Delicious Pregnancy Meals and Snacks

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!
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27 Pregnancy Power Foods

These healthy choices have the nutrients that you and your growing baby need.
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Can Eating Too Much Fat in Pregnancy Harm Your Baby?

You may want to put down those chips: One study found a distinct link between a pregnant woman's fat and caloric intake and the future health of her baby.