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Healthy Diet For A Baby
A balanced diet: You should adjust your diet to maintain a healthy weight and make sure it is well balanced in carbohydrates, proteins (from fish, nuts, no-fat yogurt) and have limited amount of fats in it. I would advise more of plant based foods with ample veggies, grains and fruits (very important part of diet, in my view). Avoid meat heavy diets they are outright unhealthy due to excess saturated fats in them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
How old is baby: A baby less then 4-6 months of age should be receiving appropriate nutrition if being provided right amount of formula or breast milk. In an infant between 6-12 months of age, a mixture of milk/formula and solid foods provide good nutrition. Please avoid any processed (junk) foods - provide vegetables, protein and grains. ...Read more
Natural whole food: Most babies are on table food by 12 months and take 3meals plus a couple of snacks and milk 2-3 times a day. The best diet for a baby is food that "looks like it did when it came out of the ground, " in other words, as natural and unprocessed as possible. Meats, cheese and unsweetened yogurt are also good. ...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
Core exercise: To define a specific part of your body should do the work out specific for that area. ...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
How to explain you eat healthy during pregnancy without offending people? People get mad if I say no to food that I don't think will help my baby.
If I eat healthy and exercise and naturally (without dieting) gain less than the recommended 25-35lbs during pregnancy, is that really bad for baby?
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
Having trouble loosing. I do exercise daily at the gym & i eat healthy but can't seem to loose the 85 pounds of baby weight i gained during pregnancy.
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