Pregnancy Diet

posted 1 year ago in Pregnancy
Post # 31
119 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2017

LilliV : Ofc I agree, maybe I was misunderstood. All I meant is that as long as we carry these other people inside us, we all have to respect them and be careful, not overdo it, etc.

Post # 34
315 posts
Helper bee

Eat when you are hungry, drink enough water so you never get thirsty, and you’ll be good.  Don’t overthink it. 

Post # 35
6441 posts
Bee Keeper

Eat normally, although i know that when I was first pregant my doctor said to increase my calorie intake about 200 calories in the beginning and then it steadily increased

Post # 36
491 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

baller123 :  I had grand plans of healthy eating throughout pregnancy but I ended up with bad nausea and throwing up every day from weeks 6 to 18 so that went straight out the window haha. I ate what I could keep down, which was essentially cheese and crackers every day for 12 weeks. I have no idea how many calories I consumed but I was taking prenatals and fish oil anyway so I feel like that covered nutrition. I’m 31 weeks now and baby is perfectly healthy 😂 Don’t stress, just eat what you can. I don’t weigh myself so I don’t know how much weight I’ve put on, and I’ve only been weighed twice by the midwife. At my last weigh in (24 weeks I think?) I’d put on 13lb since I became pregnant.

Another thing to note is food restrictions – they advise you don’t eat pre-prepared salads or sandwiches while pregnant so when I’m out or on holiday I usually need to resort to fries or cereal bars which isn’t very healthy. Ironic really that the safest foods on the go are highly processed. 

 ETA I always avoid sweeteners for health reasons but my OB put me on low dose aspirin at 16 weeks for the remainder of my pregnancy – which contains both saccharin AND sodium lauryl sulphate (which I don’t even use in my shampoo) soooo plan all you like, nothing ever quite goes to plan!!

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