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Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

Being pregnant may come with cravings which makes it hard to keep a healthy diet. However, it’s not impossible to keep a well balanced pregnancy nutrition. You will learn today 5 tips to make sure you stay fit and healthy while your baby gets all the nutrients he/she needs to grow.

Tip #1: Drink plenty water

It is very important that you drink plenty of water. Water will help you flush the toxins from your body while fighting water retention. Hydration will help with constipation and headaches that are associated with pregnancy. If this is not enough, drinking plenty of water will allow you to get the best ultrasound pictures at Here is Baby!

Tip #2: Try to avoid Processed Foods

Avoid or get away of processed foods that are high in sodium, preservatives and salt. All this elements pose a risk to your baby. Also, consuming processed foods make your more prone to gain more weight and retain fluids. Eat instead healthy whole foods.

Tip #3: Go organic

Although organic foods are more expensive they are better for your health. Aim for organic dairy products, meats and eggs. Organic products are higher in amino acids and fatty acids than their non organic counterparts. For produce at least go for the ones that don’t have high concentrations of pesticides such as peaches, celery, bell pepper, kale, potatoes, spinach, apples, blueberries, cherries, grapes, and  strawberries

Tip #4: Eat at least one vegetable every meal.

In order to eat enough vegetables make sure to eat at least one vegetable every meal. Vegetables are high in fiber and will help you with the constipation that is associated with pregnancy. Vegetables will also make you fill fuller.

Tip #5: Aim for healthy fats

Fats such as avocado, coconut oil, nut butters, olive oil, organic butter, and raw nuts. These healthy fats will help you to feel full while providing healthy nutrients and fats.


In conclusion, if you follow this easy 5 tips you’ll be on your way to a healthy nutrition during pregnancy. Don’t forget also to always follow your doctor’s orders when it comes to nutrition!