Are you confused about pregnancy nutrition? Not sure what’s really healthy, how much you should eat, or what you should avoid? Are you tired of counting calories, food groups, and making checklists of “must eat” foods everyday? Are you too nauseous to want to eat much of anything, yet stressing that your lack of appetite is hurting your baby?
Most pregnancy books have complicated pregnancy diets that tell you to eat “three yellow foods, four green foods, two protein foods,” and so on. Others have diets that are completely ridiculous: “Drink a quart of milk per day, eat several servings of fruits and vegetables, plus snacks….” You just can’t eat that much in day! And especially with foods overlapping categories it’s hard to count! Many of the recipes seem to be for foods you don’t even want to eat. How helpful is that? So many pregnant women just give up on good nutrition entirely, or at least for the first trimester while they’re still nauseous.
It doesn’t have to be that way. Healthy Pregnancy Super Foods simplifies pregnancy nutrition by giving you only two rules: 1) Don’t eat junk food, and 2) Eat super foods. The book goes into detail about what those super foods are (and a basic list of what you should avoid), what pregnant women’s nutritional needs are, and then features over 30 recipes that use many super foods! This book is 72 pages long.
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–Ashley Pichea, www.blog.ashleypichea.com