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Four Natural Ways Alternative Medicine Can Help You Get Pregnant (part 2)
Alternative and natural medicine are safe when practiced by a qualified professional. Many couples successfully use these treatments to help them conceive, but you should get expert advice.
Four Natural Ways Alternative Medicine Can Help You Get Pregnant (part 1)
When you've decided to start trying for a baby, you can have lots of fun letting nature take its course. But after ditching the contraceptives, there's plenty you can do to increase your chances of conceiving.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant : Omega 3 supplements, Vitamin B6 supplements, Multivitamin and mineralsupplements
There are several various types of supplement of Omega 3 available. Some contain the WING OF the NOSE, which is one of the short-chain Omega 3s found in various seed oils, including the oil poppy seed.
Eat When You're Pregnant : Supplements – Who Needs What and Why - Folic acid supplements, Vitamin D supplements, Iron supplements
There is irrefutable proof that the supplements of folic acid reduce the risk to have a baby with an anomaly of the tube neural (NTD) like spina bifida or anencephaly
Pregnant Coco Rocha Wants Zac Posen to Design Baby Gown
Currently pregnant model Coco Rocha has commented that she hopes her close friend, fashion designer Zac Posen, will make her some special baby clothes.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant : A Healthy Weight Gain (part 2) - How much weight should you gain?
The amount of weight you should gain during pregnancy depends on your weight before you became pregnant. Women who are overweight need to gain much less weight than those who are underweight, to produce a healthy baby.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant : A Healthy Weight Gain (part 1) - Putting on too much weight
There is a very strong association between weight gain during pregnancy and birth weight. The more weight you put on, the bigger your baby is likely to be. This might make you think that you should limit your weight gain, as a smaller baby will mean an easier birth.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant : Healthy Eating for Two (part 3) -Ten ways to boost your fruit and vegetable intake, Ten healthy snacks
During pregnancy you are more likely than usual to be rubbing your tummy and looking for a little snack. It may be that you are suffering from morning sickness and can’t face proper meals, and so you are trying to eat small amounts rather than nothing.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant : Healthy Eating for Two (part 2) - How to grow a baby - The healthy diet checklist
A variety of fruit and vegetables (fresh, frozen, tinned or dried). Aim for at least five portions a day for a good supply of vitamins A, C and E, folic acid and iron.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant : Healthy Eating for Two (part 1) - Enough calories for two, Allergy-proofing your baby
If you have a family history of allergies you may have heard that avoiding certain foods during pregnancy could prevent your baby from developing allergies. However, a number of studies have been carried out, in which some women have avoided certain foods and others have consumed them, during pregnancy.
Kristin Cavallari Reveals Her Dressing Tips for Pregnant Women
Currently pregnant with her second child, Kristin Cavallari has dished out her style tips for pregnant women.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Other essential vitamins and minerals (part 5) - Zinc, Iodine, Selenium
Zinc is needed to make new cells and enzymes and to help wounds heal. The body also needs zinc to process the protein, carbohydrates and fats we eat.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Other essential vitamins and minerals (part 4) - Vitamin E, Calcium
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps protect cells, particularly those of the nervous system, from damage. There is some evidence to suggest that eating a diet high in vitamin E during pregnancy may protect your baby from developing asthma and other allergies.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Other essential vitamins and minerals (part 3) - Vitamin C, Vitamin D
This vitamin protects cells and keeps them healthy. Vitamin C is particularly important for wound healing. It also increases the absorption of iron from foods of plant origin, such as breakfast cereals, bread, beans and vegetables.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Other essential vitamins and minerals (part 2) - Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12
What it’s for: Riboflavin is needed for the conversion of fats, protein and carbohydrate into energy. Deficiency can result in cracked skin at the corners of the mouth and skin problems around the nose, eyes and tongue.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Other essential vitamins and minerals (part 1) - Vitamin A , Folic acid
Where it’s found: There are two forms of vitamin A: retinol and beta-carotene. Retinol is found in animal products, including eggs and milk, and beta-carotene is found in carrots and other orange fruit and vegetables.
37 to 40 Weeks Pregnant (part 6) - 40 WEEKS PREGNANT
If you haven’t already had your baby, you’re now forty weeks pregnant and have either reached your estimated due date or are very close. Congratulations! Your baby will be here very soon.
37 to 40 Weeks Pregnant (part 5) - 39 WEEKS PREGNANT
A small folding/portable bookcase might have been your first choice for this area. It will work well while you’re holding a baby. But a sturdy one will work better over the long haul. For example, a toddler might grab one of the legs of the portable bookcase as he crawls by and down it may go!
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Planning a healthy diet (part 3) - Planning meals
If you’re not a very adventurous cook, now is a good time to start experimenting with different ingredients. By eating a variety of pulses, nuts, starchy foods and vegetables, you’re more likely to get all the nutrients you need.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Planning a healthy diet (part 2) - Protein foods,High-fat or high-sugar foods
As well as providing essential fatty acids, fat is needed for the absorption of the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K. It is estimated that about 30g of fat is needed each day. However, fat shouldn’t make up more than 35% of your calorie intake.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Planning a healthy diet (part 1) - The five food groups - Fruit and vegetables, Starchy foods
Foods such as breakfast cereals, bread, rice, couscous, potatoes and pasta provide starchy carbohydrates, also known as complex carbohydrates or good carbohydrates.
Ways To Deal With Diarrhea While You Are Pregnant
Knowing foods and beverages will make problem more serious. Foods that are spicy or have a high fat content will fall into this item.
Tips On Getting Pregnant Naturally
To some people, getting pregnant is very hard to do, some get pregnant with less than a little effort. Definite the time of ovulation is the main factor for getting pregnant.
Why Do Pregnant Women Have Mood Swings?
One of the most noticeable symptoms of pregnancy is mood swings. With all the changes taking place in the women’s body, there’s no surprise that mood swings is a companion of these changes. According to an association, the physical changes, fatigue and hormone changes can have a part in mood changes.
Tips To Get Pregnant Quickly
To some women, children come sooner than they expect. To others, they’ve tried everything in months or years to have babies. Biology plays an important role in a woman’s chance of pregnancy, but what women do is also important.
Skin Care For Pregnant Women
While being pregnant, you can realize changes in skin tones and structures, as well as the increased needs of taking care of your skin. While some women realized that their skin is dryer during pregnancy, others said that their skin is greasier.
The Perfect Diet For Pregnant Women
When pregnant, good nutrition will become more important. Some future mothers are afraid of everything, but in general, facts and obstetrician’s advice will help them get over it. And adding essential nutrients in your diet when you’re pregnant will ensure the fact that you’ll meet your need of nutrients.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Common complaints and how to deal with them - Gestational diabetes, Pre-eclampsia
This is a temporary form of diabetes that affects about 5% of pregnant women. It develops when hormones from the placenta interfere with insulin, the hormone that regulates blood sugar levels.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Common complaints and how to deal with them - Dizziness and fainting, Dizziness and fainting Restless legs , Sleep problems and tiredness
Half to three-quarters of pregnant women experience dizziness at some time. You may find that you feel light-headed when you get out of bed in the morning or if you get up from a chair too quickly. Standing still for long periods might also make you feel light-headed.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian : Common complaints and how to deal with them - Wind and bloating, Haemorrhoids, Diarrhoea
As well as being prone to constipation, pregnant women also experience more wind, bloating and general digestive discomfort. Food spends longer in the intestines so that more nutrients can be absorbed, but this also means that it has more time to ferment and produce gas or wind.
37 to 40 Weeks Pregnant (part 4) - 38 WEEKS PREGNANT - DELIVERY AND POSTPARTUM
Remember, you’ll need to bring your infant car seat with you to the hospital. Most hospitals will want to see the car seat before they will let you leave with the baby!
37 to 40 Weeks Pregnant (part 3) - 38 WEEKS PREGNANT - LABOR AND DELIVERY
In most hospitals, the bulk of your postpartum stay will happen in a separate room —sometimes even on a separate floor!—from where you labor and deliver. Some of the items you’ll need for each portion of your stay are different, but you’ll want to have some of your items in both places.
Is It Safe For Pregnant Women To Use Sunscreen?
Pregnant women should apply sunscreen, as their skin may be more sensitive. All sunscreen products will be safe for pregnant women; however, doctors will attest whether the components are safe for pregnant women or not.
37 to 40 Weeks Pregnant (part 2) - 37 WEEKS PREGNANT - CHILDCARE, PET CARE, AND YOUR HOME
If you have small children at home, be sure their caregivers have the pediatrician’s contact information. You will want to create a simple document with your child’s insurance information and birth date along with a statement allowing their caregiver permission to seek emergency medical treatment on their behalf
37 to 40 Weeks Pregnant (part 1) - 37 WEEKS PREGNANT - Prepare the Final Checklists
Grab your favorite drink and put your feet up. As promised, there are no big organizing projects this month. Your sidekick can retire. You’re free to float around your home admiring your handiwork as a Zen Organizer
Organic Smoothies for a Healthy Pregnancy : Pregnant Pomegranate Smoothie, Beta-Carotene Cantaloupe Smoothie, Blackberry Delight
Since these delicious fruits and vegetables are packed with vitamins C, K, and B complex; potassium; and magnesium that all promote health and fight illness, this recipe is a tasty way to feel great throughout your pregnancy
Gifts For Your Pregnant Wife
Pregnancy is an interesting yet challenging period of time. Be on her side to support her as well as make her feel better during these emotional and unpleasant months. Give her a gift to bring a smile to her face and be available when she needs your help.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 9) : 36 WEEKS PREGNANT - LEAVING THE OFFICE BEHIND , THE HOME OFFICE
You want to walk into this space after your baby arrives and feel welcome. It’s possible with the work you do this week. And if you are leaving your job for good, clean out your space and set up those key files I mentioned above to honor the person who follows you.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 8) : 36 WEEKS PREGNANT - THE NATURALLY ORGANIZED, THE QUEEN OF FUGGEDABOUTIT
If you took the first route, you’re probably a naturally organized person. You thrive on order. You are wired very much like me. Motherhood will be a time you train your own child how to be organized.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 7) - 35 WEEKS PREGNANT - CONTAINER FUN
If you have a large bathroom with lots of storage space, it makes sense to have all such items here. If you need to use a hall closet or the linen closet, keep one thing in mind: As a product gets to the end, you want to transfer the backup supply in a few days early.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 6) - 35 WEEKS PREGNANT - BATHROOM ORGANIZING TOOLS
Once the bathrooms have been cleaned out, it’s time for lunch. Be sure your helper takes out the trash and finds a spot for the products you wish to share. My best advice is to share it with her so it all leaves today.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 5) - 35 WEEKS PREGNANT - DEBRIS, BE GONE
Women tend to think of their beauty products as “evergreen,” when in fact most have a short shelf life. Keep that in mind the next time you want to pick up some makeup items you really don’t need in your kit.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 4) - 34 WEEKS PREGNANT - Stock Up on Postpartum Supplies
As you can probably imagine, giving birth to a baby causes some physical aftermath. You will probably be sore after delivering and you may have healing stitches to contend with.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 3) - 33 WEEKS PREGNANT - VISITORS
You may be wondering what you need to do to get ready for visitors. Again, I would like you to get out of the mode of thinking of the people who will be staying in your home as guests.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 2) - 33 WEEKS PREGNANT - THE DELIVERY ROOM
Deciding whom to invite into the delivery room can be a loaded issue. Before you allow anyone to be part of this event, I would like you to be very honest with yourself.
33 to 36 Weeks Pregnant (part 1) - 33 WEEKS PREGNANT - Create Your Team
When your pregnancy was new and your baby’s arrival seemed far off, you may have had some ideas about who would be involved in her welcome . . . and you may find that those ideas aren’t weathering so well now.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian Common complaints and how to deal with them - Heartburn,Excessive thirst,Constipation
Many women feel more thirsty than usual during pregnancy. This is quite normal, as extra fluids are needed to allow your blood volume to increase and to produce and constantly replace the amniotic fluid your baby is swimming in.
What to Eat When You're Pregnant and Vegetarian Common complaints and how to deal with them - Morning sickness
If you’re suffering from morning sickness, you’re in good company: about three-quarters of women experience some feelings of nausea during pregnancy. The intensity of the symptoms can vary – about 30% of women are affected by severe nausea and vomiting.
28 to 32 Weeks Pregnant (part 8) - 31-32 WEEKS PREGNANT - What kind of diapers will you use?
Some dads seem almost afraid of cloth diapers. They envision pinpricks and poop flying everywhere. If you’re leaning toward cloth, take a moment to show your spouse how simple the new systems are to use.
28 to 32 Weeks Pregnant (part 7) - 31-32 WEEKS PREGNANT - Planning for Co-Parenting
No matter how you’ll divide up the parenting burden later, keep in mind that the early weeks of caring for your baby will be exhausting and confusing. You’ll be recovering from labor and delivery.
 
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