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Remember that "eating for two" doesn't actually mean eating double your normal amount of food! It's recommended that pregnant women should eat about an extra 300 calories per day.

Nausea Popsicles. I get so sick when I'm pregnant! My sister swears these work!... No, I'm not pregnant. Just pinning for later!

from blog.emeals.com

Clean Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy

Get clean eating tips from a food expert and Clean Eating recipe developer! Tips and tricks on Clean Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy #eMeals

from OregonLive.com

'My Pregnancy Plate' helps moms-to-be with nutrition

My Pregnancy Plate helps moms-to-be with nutrition... read the full article from the Oregonian. Great info and helpful tips for morning sickness, making meals when you're tired, food cravings, eating out, and more!

What to Eat When Pregnant: 10 Best Foods During Pregnancy. Shop for these with the SmartShopper Grocery List Maker. www.smartshopperusa.com

from Healthful Mama

What to Eat & What to Avoid While Breastfeeding

Healthful Mama: "What to Eat & What to Avoid While Breastfeeding" ----- dear lord! So basically scratch out all fruits that I love and throw in all those veggies I hate. Hopefully my tastebuds will change by the time I start having kids...

I know these say they're for pregnant women. I. Don't. Care. They sound delicious and just because I am a man and don't have the ability to become pregnant will not keep me from eating them. Men get nauseated too!

from Parents

A Week of Delicious Pregnancy Meals and Snacks

Eating healthy when you're pregnant can be hard: You have crazy cravings and an even crazier schedule. But eating right is important for your growing baby, so check out our meal plan for a variety of nutritious, dietician-approved meals that you'll love. There's even ice cream!

Super Easy Drinks, Soups, and Smoothies for a Healthy Pregnancy. No one freak out I'm NOT PREGNANT..... But I like these recipes.

from Nourish Baby

Breastfeeding Tips: Getting Off to the Right Start

Breastfeeding Diet & How to Avoid Colic in Babies. For more #breastfeeding information visit www.nourishbaby.com.au

What NOT to eat for pregnant women These foods should be avoided during pregnancy and even after pregnancy, they contain additives and highly dangerous ingredients that can harm the mother and the baby inside. Natural foods such as fruits and veggies are best to be taken when pregnant..