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  • Kathryn Preisendorf

    First trimester food nausea & avoidance Being pregnant is tough - or so I hear. You're tasked with creating a child, with actually building an entire human being bit by bit from scratch. You have to carry that child, even as it grows to seven, eight, or even nine pounds or more inside your body. And all the while, your body seems to be rebelling against "what is best." You want to eat the best food and get the right exercise and do all the right things, but what happens when your body fights you? What are you supposed to do when all you can stomach are mac and cheese and tortilla chips? For the first section, I try to help a woman in her first trimester with these issues. Next, I discuss the question of retinol overload from dietary liver, along with whether or not we need to worry about nutrient density in other organs, too. And finally, I give my take on a recent NY Times piece on barefoot running that seemed to call its usefulness and relevance into question. Let's go: Mark, I am in my first trimester and have read

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  • Beth Beall

    Mark's morning sickness smoothie: Toss in some frozen fruit, ice, some milk (if you do dairy), juice, or coconut milk, some protein powder, a few egg yolks, an ounce or two of nuts, and a handful or two of leafy greens. Read more: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/first-trimester-diet-liver-dosage-barefoot-running/#ixzz2R8yRFr1y

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