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The Pre-Pregnancy Plan
Eating well while you are trying to conceive won’t guarantee that you’ll become pregnant, but it can maximize your...
Bug off
Bug off. To reduce your risk of foodborne illness (which becomes even more dangerous when you're pregnant), wash all...
Power couple: iron + C
Power couple: iron + C. During pregnancy, women's iron needs nearly double. Get more iron out of plant sources, such as...
Be aware of iron blockers
Be aware of iron blockers. Some foods—including tea, egg yolks, milk and soy—contain compounds that limit absorption of...
What's the right multi for a wannabe mom?
What's the right multi for a wannabe mom? Women who may become pregnant—and especially those who are trying—should get...
Pay attention to liquid assets
Pay attention to liquid assets. Skimping on fluids can make you feel tired and weak, so it's important to stay well...
Constipation cures
Constipation cures. Most pregnant women get constipated at some point because pregnancy hormones may slow digestion,...
Do you have a fridge thermometer?
Do you have a fridge thermometer? Recent studies show that the risk of listeriosis—a foodborne illness that can be...
Pregnancy Diet: FAQs
Your pregnancy questions answered.
Pregnancy Diet: Ask the Expert
Melinda Johnson, R.D., a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association and a registered dietitian who specializes...
Healthy Pregnancy Diet Guidelines
You’re having a baby! Already, things are starting to feel a little out of your control: one minute you’re glowing and...
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