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Pregnant women should eat a balanced, nutritional diet and increase their calorie intake to meet the needs of the developing fetus and their changing bodies. Eating a range of wholesome and nutritious foods during pregnancy is one of the most important things that women can do to ensure the normal development and growth of the fetus, and it can help to prevent prematurity and low birth weight. For the mother, good nutrition helps to prevent anemia, ...Read more
Eliminate the junk: Kids will often decide to eat what they can get away with & seldom can a parent really win a food fight. That said, if all the thoughtful adults in the house agree, you can eliminate all the snack foods from the house & only keep foods you approve of available.U don't state the age of the kid, but they all play on your fear they will suffer if u don't give in. ...Read more
So me and my boyfriend are tryn to have a baby, i eat healthy and we have plenty of sex, is there really any positions to make it happen?
Not really: In an attempt to get pregnant, there are multiple factors to take into account. During intercourse, use a position that is comfortable for you and your partner. The amount of time that ejaculate is exposed to the woman's cervix may increase the odds of pregnancy. Timing this properly with your menstrual cycle is important in conceiving. ...Read more
Still....: Pregnancy will place a significant drain on your body. No supplement can make up for eating healthy to begin with. Pregnancy is designed to extract all the nutrients it needs for baby from the most available source. If you eat well & take the supplement it may do the trick. If not, baby will suck the calcium from your bones and leave you with soft bones in old age. It will take the rest from you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Core exercise: To define a specific part of your body should do the work out specific for that area. ...Read more
Had baby in January.So to loose the baby weight I eat healthy, Walk every night, work out, breastfeeding my baby still. Gaining a lot of weight. Help?
Quit eating for 2: You need to sit down with a clinical nutritionist and come up with a diet that accommodates your feeding and basic needs but allows you to lose weight. BF should drain you by at least 300-400 calories/day which should let you lose a pound every week or so if your diet is designed to support your pre-pregnancy weight. ...Read more
I exercise, eat healthy, no junk food, mostly water, about 1200-1500 calories a day, but I'm stuck 50 pounds overweight after baby 3 5months ago. Help?
Check Thyroid: I would definitely have your thyroid evaluated if weight loss proves difficult. Post partum is a common time for thyroid problems to crop up. If it's normal, then you just have to go back to basics, 10k steps a day ( four miles) water, fruits and veggies. Long walks with the baby stroller are helpful. Think about a jogging stroller. Best of luck and enjoy your babies! They will grow up fast ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been nursing my baby for 14 months my body's heat is always 35-36 is this normal or what I drink lot of water and eat healthy as much as?
Not to worry: If you have no other symptoms, this is just your normal temperature. ...Read more
Hello Im a 24 year old Female I keep developing what I think is a genital boil, how ever I have never done anything sexually i am a virgin. I drink water I eat healthy and dont eat junk unless it's a have too. I was born with Autimmune disease as a baby I
My iron levels keep falling low despite taking iron supplements since having baby 7 months ago. Not breast feeding anymore, eat healthy and trying to exercise but makes me feel so tired. I'm bruising easily and have dark circles under eyes which is unusua
Eat healthful foods!: Just because a food is vegetarian does not mean it is healthy- sodas, french fries & candy are vegetarian. Encourage a wide array of vegetables, fruits & whole grains, preferably organic, and ensure adequate protein from eggs, beans, nuts, seeds & dairy. Minimize fried foods and genetically-modified foods. See my link for a good article by pediatrician bob sears on 12 faq's about vegetarian diets:. ...Read more
Healthy in = growth: A proper diet of grains, greens and proteins provide the necessary building blocks for cell development - can minimize illness - neurological, obesity, diabetes, etc healthy in- means maximum growth and development and reduces certain risk factors for add, adhd and other childhood related issues...It does not garantee a perfect child- but it will provide a healthier one. ...Read more
Before they are born: Teaching your child healthy eating starts with our own healthy eating. Society provides a regular message to children that encourages eating unhealthy foods. Children's tv is littered with advertisements for sugary cereals and beverages and we have a growing rate of obesity among toddlers. Parents in today's society will have to work hard to provide healthy food messages, modeling is the key. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Diets can be complex: Lots of fruits and vegetables can only be a good thing. Try for 5 servings of these a day. Vary the colors and you will have done a great service to your health present and future. Get some dark or light, red or green. Vary types. These foods can do amazing things. Some lower cancer risks. Good luck. This would be a good start for you. ...Read more
Variety: Eat pleanty of fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Try to have fresh fish at least twice a week. Avoid large amounts of cholesterol, saturated fats and trans fats. Choose lean cuts of meat and skinless chicken and look for non animal sources of protein. Drink water instead of cola or fruit drinks. For specifics, talk to a doctor or nutritionist. Check out myplate.Gov. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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