Everything you wanted to know about pregnancy nutrition is right here.
Nutrition is one of the most important issues during pregnancy. Find answers to nearly every question you might have about healthy pregnancy nutrition.
Pregnancy Diet Plan
More and more expectant mothers are realizing that getting essential nutrients can be a challenge. Here is a great pregnancy diet plan and tips to make healthy pregnancy nutrition easier.
Choosing a prenatal vitamin is not as easy as it seems. Here are answers to the most popular questions women have about prenatal vitamins as a great supplement to healthy pregnancy nutrition.
Eating for Two
Do mothers actually need to “eat for two?” How many calories do mothers need during pregnancy? There are several factors that affect how many calories you need for a healthy pregnancy. Find out more.
Pregnancy Nutrition and its Long-Term Effects
Never before have we known so much about how your baby’s growth and long-term health is affected by what you eat during pregnancy. Find out how your body uses nutrients during pregnancy as well as how to protect your baby’s future health.
Cravings During Pregnancy
Cravings abound from early morning cheeseburgers to late-night trips for ice cream. Expectant mothers often wonder if pregnancy cravings mean they need nutrition in their diets. Find out the facts on cravings.
Foods to Avoid during Pregnancy
Recommendations about fish, cheese and artificial sweeteners vary. What do we know about these foods during pregnancy and why can they be a problem?
Organic Foods and Pregnancy
Organic foods are one of the hottest trends in pregnancy nutrition these days. What are benefits of eating organic food during pregnancy and it is worth the extra money?
Recommended weight gain for pregnancy can vary from 15-40 pounds. Where do those pounds go and how can you figure out exactly how much weight you need to gain based on your current Body Mass Index (BMI)?
Special Diets during Pregnancy
There are often missing nutrients in the special diets of pregnant women. What are some ways to get what you and your baby need if you are lactose-intolerant or have a vegan or vegetarian diet?