Now that you're pregnant eating well balanced meals is especially important. What you don't eat is also important for your baby's well being. Most foods are safe; however, there are some foods that you should avoid during pregnancy. Which should you avoid and why?
Want to start eating healthy during your pregnancy? Snacks can be healthy if you plan ahead. Choose cheese, fruit, yogurt, and vegetables for between-meal pickups.
Dear Fitness Expert,
I am 27 years old and am pregnant. This is my 5th month.I gained a weight of 4 kgs in one month. (i.e. from 4th month to 5th month). Is it too much weight?
How much my weight should increase in a month?
We know some foods actually carry risks in pregnancy. The risks are very small, and even if you do eat some of these foods, perhaps without realizing, you are very unlikely to harm yourself or your baby in any way. However, it makes sense to avoid them when you can.
I am pregnant with my second child. During my first delivery, my midwife insisted that I receive Pitocin about five hours after my water had broken due to my labor not "progressing." I do not want this to happen with this birth.
Guidelines suggesting that women limit tuna, Shark, Swordfish, King Mackerel and Tilefish consumption, to just 6 ounces per week during pregnancy fall short in not emphasizing the importance of fish preparation, and how this influences many of the dangers linked to fish consumption