The early weeks of pregnancy are fragile—and confusing. Here, the answers to your questions.
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These adorable little “quiches” (really more like crust-less frittatas) are equally delicious cold, room temperature, or warmed! Perfect for an on-the-go breakfast or a protein snack, they can also be gussied up with fancier fillings--like gruyere, asparagus or bacon--and served at brunch parties. The recipe doubles easily and also freezes exceptionally well—just warm the quiches a bit after freezing to eliminate any “freezer” taste.
You know that exercising during pregnancy manages your mood, dials down discomfort, and reduces your risk of gestational diabetes. But it might also help your baby’s brain develop faster, according to new findings presented this weekend in San Diego at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.
Some foods are so flexible and multi-purpose they’re perfect to keep on hand every day. But “staple” is almost too small a word for the amazing versatility that is Greek yogurt. For starters, there’s the creamy texture and rich taste.
Greek yogurt is also a pre- and postnatal nutrition slam dunk: The low-fat variety clocks in at 170 calories, 23 grams of protein and a whopping 25% of most women’s daily calcium requirements for one cup.