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Old 09-25-2014, 04:33 AM
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Default Weight Gain During Pregnancy And Staying Healthy By MWLD

Eating Healthy During Pregnancy & Avoiding Too Much Weight Gain

There has always been such a focus on the reasons for weight gain in life and the following is normally at the top of peoples agenda:

  • Quitting smoking
  • Marriage break ups
  • Death in the family
  • Going to university
  • Having a baby/breast feeding

But the one that has always stood out for me has been pregnancy. You're told to eat for two, then others will tell you that in fact you only actually need an extra 300 calories a day. And all of a sudden you are covered in confusion.

I am now in my 31st week of pregnancy (as I write this) and know too well that I am gaining weight but at the same time staying as healthy as I can.


At week 30+ my weight gain to date is getting close to a stone and I am learning that eating healthy is what counts and if you do have more chocolate than usual then that is okay too.

Here is some more information about healthy eating in pregnancy:



And you can find out more about being healthy in pregnancy on this link.

Thanks for reading



MWLD
http://myweightlossdream.co.uk
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