Winner of Mom's Choice Award in Pregnancy/Childbirth Category Every pregnant woman understands that what she eats and drinks affects the baby developing within her. Yet as a mother-to-be, you're likely juggling so much that you simply don't have the time--or energy!--to ensure that you're always eating right. That's where this fully updated edition of the pregnancy classic comes in, making it easy to fulfill the needs of you and your baby. Eating for Pregnancy will provide you with all you need to know about nutrition before, during, and after pregnancy. Here are 150 nutrient-rich recipes, more than 30 new to this edition, designed with you and your family in mind. Each highlights qWhat's in this for baby and me?q and provides handy nutritional breakdowns and meal-planning advice. You'll also find: * Tips to help you minimize unnecessary weight gain and keep your nutrient intake high * Fresh, fast, family-friendly recipes with realistic menu plans * The most up-to-date information on supplements, sources, environmental concerns, and high-risk pregnancies * An expanded vegetarian section--now with vegan recipes * Helpful information for diabetics, including ADA exchanges, recipe tips, and dining-out strategies * A unique Nine-Months-Later section, covering breastfeeding, postpartum depression, and weight loss after pregnancy--with illustrated exercisesThe variations that follow offer some ideas, but feel free to change anything except the amounts of yogurt and dry milk. ... Onthe fruit scene, frozen bananas ( or other frozen fruit) are ideal because theycool thesmoothie without using any ice. ... Each smoothie make about 2 cups fresh or frozen basic banana smoothie 3a4 cup lowfatplain yogurt 1a3 cup pasteurized instant nonfat dry milk 1 large ripe banana, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Eating for Pregnancy|
|Author||:||Catherine Cheremeteff Jones, Rose Ann Hudson|
|Publisher||:||Da Capo Press - 2009|