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Dear Fitness Expert,
I am 26 years old and 36 weeks pregnant with my first. I was about 25 pounds overweight prior to the pregnancy, and while I realize that I'll be losing quite a bit through delivery and the subsequent few weeks just due to natural processes, I feel absolutely enormous now!
Parents often wonder how much food should their little ones (1-2 years old) be eating. We all know that children should eat less than adults. After all, they are smaller. The following are some serving size guidelines for a 1-2 year old that may help you out.
Your body remembers and retains the "how-to" information on running, leaping, swinging, swimming, biking, reaching, and jumping. While you may get tired, and your leaps may not be quite the leaps they once were, your body knows what to do and will regain the form you once had with practice.
How exciting that specific foods can actually increase fertility! According to research at the Harvard School of Public Health's department of nutrition, women who followed five or more lifestyle or dietary recommendations reduced their risk of ovulatory infertility by as much as 80%.
As a new mom with a 7month old, I can attest to how important Kegel exercises are to your well being – for your body and for your sex life. I was told by my ob-gyn that I should be doing my Kegel exercises daily when I was pregnant… yeah right. Myself and many other moms, it was very low on my priority list.
My husband and I are 32 years old, and we have been trying to conceive for about 6 months. I have recently started to take a hard look at my diet, as problems with diet could be leading to our lack of conception.
I have read some studies citing the importance of including whole milk in the diet, and how low-fat and skim milks reduce fertility and can even be detrimental to conception. In contrast, I have also read that skim milk is important to include in a pre-conception diet. Which is accurate?
The Center for Disease Control reports 1 in 6 children obese. What is causing this to happen to our children and what can we do about it? The over abundance of sugar in our diet is one of the worst culprits. Here are some numbers to consider:
The labels on food can be your friend...or they can be deceptive. Learn how to decipher the labels and how to recognize "dietary deception." Deborah also targets red flags to look for on the ingredient list and explains why you might want to avoid foods containing these ingredients. Read on!