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Healthy prenatal eating isn't just about avoiding--it's about choosing wisely.
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More than just a pretty pink fruit, juicy watermelon can soothe morning sickness, help you stay hydrated and build a healthy baby.
Foods that provide the nutrition you need for a healthy pregnancy.
Even the healthiest diets need a vitamin boost. Our experts explain what supplements you need during pregnancy.
These five foods provide the prenatal nutrients you need.
Even if you don't eat meat, you can get all the nutrients you need with our delicious recipes.
You might have to pass on the traditional umbrella drinks this summer, but that doesn't mean that you can't enjoy sipping on these refreshing mocktails.
These sweet treats are loaded with delicious flavors and plenty of pregnancy-friendly nutrients to keep you and your growing baby healthy. Go ahead, Mama, indulge.
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Top tips on what to eat now to better your baby's future health
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Eating better in pregnancy does not mean you have to ditch that craving for fast-food or starve when you're on-the-go. It just means choosing the right thing.
Conflicting reports over contaminants in fish have left many pregnant women reeling. Here's the bottom line.
Before you head to that cookout, brush up on what foods to avoid--and the important moves you need to make to stay safe.
Fast dinners that make it easy to keep your prenatal nutrition on track.
It's never too late to eat a healthy prenatal diet, especially when it comes to preventing childhood obesity.
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Full of fiber, iron and other essential nutrients, oatmeal is a great way to upgrade your breakfast.
Easy (delicious) recipes that deliver your daily dose of five crucial prenatal nutrients.