New Year, New You
Right now, you’re super-motivated to make healthy and lasting changes in your life.
We rounded up our favorite workouts to help you stay active while pregnant and tips on how to lose the baby weight as a new mom. Plus, which foods pack the most essential nutrients (including recipes!) and give you the energy you need now.
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.
Ease pregnancy discomforts and stay in shape safely with this cool pool workout.
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.
Walk This Way
A trimester-by-trimester walking workout for pregnant women of all sizes, shapes and fitness levels.
Lose The Baby Fat
7 surefire ways to get back into shape after having your baby.
Squeeze In A Quickie
No need to wait till naptime—you can do these four fun workouts with your baby.
Practicing yoga with your baby isn’t just an adorable good time—as the two of you bond, you’re toning your entire body as she develops motor skills.
Brazilian Dance Workout
This fun, sexy Brazilian dance workout e boa pra caramba! Translation: It's amazing!
Learn the right way to get rid of your post-baby pooch.
Nutrition & Recipe Ideas
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.
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.