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Prenatal exercise doesn’t have to be grueling, complicated or boring. We rounded up our favorite workouts to help you stay active and get ready for baby. Plus, find out which foods pack the most essential nutrients (including recipes!) and which ones to avoid.
The Truth About Prenatal Exercise
Now that you’re pregnant, are you afraid to start or keep exercising? This myth-busting information will help you get the activity you need.
The Feel-Great Workout
Three simple routines to help you get going in the morning, stay stress-free during the day and relax at night in every trimester
Ease pregnancy discomforts and stay in shape safely with this cool pool workout.
Get It Straight
Tweak your body’s alignment for a pain-free pregnancy.
Walk This Way
A trimester-by-trimester guide to the perfect walking workout for pregnant women of all sizes, shapes and fitness levels.
Ready, Set Push!
Strengthen your abs and pelvic floor now for an easier delivery and a lower risk of incontinence later.
Now is the time to strengthen the muscles you'll need most as a new mother.
The Power Of Yoga
Prepare your body and mind for labor and delivery with our prenatal yoga workout.
Essential exercise information and weight-gain guidance for pregnant women.
Tell Me What To Eat
Healthy prenatal eating isn't just about avoiding. It's also about choosing wisely. Stick to these 10 basic do's and don'ts.
7 lightened-up versions of your favorite foods
Move over, brown rice. You might not know about them yet, but these whole grains are good for you and your baby—and taste great, too.
Get a host of essential pregnancy nutrients with six surprising (and scrumptious!) seasonal vegetables.
The Spice Of Life
Easy recipes, full of flavor and loaded with fiber, lean protein, calcium and folate.
How Much Weight Should I Gain?
Use our tool to calculate your pre-pregnancy BMI. This will give you a starting point for recommended weight gain.
Eating healthy is important for you and your baby. Search our database for nutritious recipes to take you through your pregnancy and beyond.