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Protein Shakes For Pregnant Women
Protein - pregnancy: Can be - but be balanced. Best to stay natural. Egg white is superior to all. Quinoa is excellent. Beans and lentils are excellent. Milk protein is excellent. Whole grains are good but not sufficient. Nuts are excellent. Yogurt is excellent ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Protein Shakes: Protein shakes can be a helpful addition to a weigh loss program. The best shakes include vegetables, protein and fruit. Try rice protein instead of whey protein to eliminate dairy. Add fruits you enjoy for flavor. Make sure you eat an overall healthy diet focusing on plant protein and daily exercise should be a part of your weigh loss plan. Best wishes. ...Read more
Eat healthier...: A healthy, well blanced diet of cooked meat/fish, leafy veggies, daries, carbs, and prenatal vitamins are better than any supplement during pregnancy. None of the protein drinks are "recommended"--they can be used if needed. Remember, these are processed foods and contain preservatives. So keep active, eat well, see you OB regularly. Congrats on the pregnancy and good luck to you. ...Read more
Are whey protein shakes from supplement stores bad while ttc or pregnant. Work early and not always hungry for meal, need protein to hold me a bit.
Is grass-fed organic whey protein powder safe to 29w pregnant women? Some source online says whey protein is not safe. wellwisdom.com/whey-protein-du
Whey is from milk: Whey protein is just protein from milk. Whey is nutritious in natural dairy products, and is not related to conceiving a baby. However, one should beware of eating eating/drinking too much processed whey, because that would be unnatural and its side effects uncertain. ...Read more
Why?: Glucose is normally low in pregnant women, and there is no reason to take supplements. Most are tube feeding products which the company markets to people who don't know better and says they help you lose weight or balance your glucose. All they are is caloric supplements. Food tastes better, is healthier and cheaper. Forget the supplements, they may be safe, but silly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Almond milk is a very healthy choice. No adult actually needs cow's milk. What is needed is calcium, but this can be obtained from many non-dairy sources. A pregnant woman should get 1200 mg a day of calcium. Some great non-dairy sources can be found here: http://bit.Ly/x2cgwu. Almond milk compares quite well to dairy as a calcium source. See: http://bit.Ly/yahho1. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I consume flaxseed oil and protein powder usually soy protein. Is that safe at any pregnancy stage?
Probably OK: would need to know exact ingredientsGet a more detailed answer ›
18 yrs old 50kg i am going to gym and consuming mass gainer containing 1gm creatine 65.60gms carbohydrate 26.50 gm protein is it harmful? for my healt
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