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eBook Eating Expectantly: A Practical and Tasty Guide to Prenatal Nutrition ePub

by Tracey Anderson,Bridget Swinney

  • ISBN: 067157048X
  • Category: Womens Health
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Tracey Anderson,Bridget Swinney
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Meadowbrook; English Language edition (August 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 360
  • ePub book: 1651 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1744 kb
  • Other: txt mbr doc azw
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 726

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Eating Expectantly : A P. .has been added to your Cart. Even though I barely ate a thing the first five months of my pregnancy, I didn't worry about nutrition since this book helped guide me to good food choices that I could also stomach.

Eating Expectantly : A P. As I began to feel better, I was able to get more creative with my menus and loved trying the nutritionally sound recipes.

In Eating Expectantly, Bridget Swinney tackles the daunting task of nutrition. Eating Expectantly gives moms-to-be the tools, tips and tricks they need to eat well from preconception through postpartum

In Eating Expectantly, Bridget Swinney tackles the daunting task of nutrition. Eating Expectantly gives moms-to-be the tools, tips and tricks they need to eat well from preconception through postpartum. Eating Expectantly is the most comprehensive pregnancy nutrition book on the market and includes eating advice for each trimester, plus weight gain, cooking, food safety, fitness, vegetarian and eating out tips.

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Bridget Swinney and Tracey Anderson, authors of "Eating Expectantly: A Practical and Tasty Guide to Prenatal .

Bridget Swinney and Tracey Anderson, authors of "Eating Expectantly: A Practical and Tasty Guide to Prenatal Nutrition," note that your baby gains about a half a pound each week towards the end of your pregnancy, and eating nutritious protein-rich foods, like string cheese, will help your baby reach this goal. The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating During Pregnancy"; W. Allan Walker and Courtney Humphries; 2005.

In Eating Expectantly, Bridget Swinney tackles the daunting task of nutrition during pregnancy with information, recipes, ideas .

In Eating Expectantly, Bridget Swinney tackles the daunting task of nutrition during pregnancy with information, recipes, ideas, and-best of all-no finger shaking. Swinney provides eating advice for days when you don't feel like eating and for days of morning sickness. You'll learn how to deal with diabetes, gestational or otherwise; how to get enough calcium in your diet; and all about food safety. Its friendly style makes it easy to read; its practical tips make eating well a map.

Find nearly any book by Bridget Swinney. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Eating Expectantly: Practical Advice for Healthy Eating Before, During and After Pregnancy. by Bridget Swinney MS, RD. ISBN 9780963291707 (978-632917-0-7) Softcover, Healthy Food Zone, 2013.

says Bridget Swinney, . author of Eating Expectantly: A Practical and Tasty Approach to Prenatal Nutrition. Elizabeth M. Ward, .

author of Eating Expectantly: A Practical and Tasty Approach to Prenatal Nutrition. RELATED: Your Guide to Healthy Pregnancy Weight Gain. author of the American Dietetic Association's Pregnancy Nutrition: Good Health for You and Your Baby, recommends eating two or three servings of fish a week. Restrict your consumption of swordfish and tuna to twice a week, however, because of their potentially high mercury content. RELATED: A Food Safety Guide for Pregnant Women: What to Eat and What Not. Take your vitamins.

Fitness pioneer Tracy Anderson’s revolutionary method can give . Despite over-exercising and under-eating, she could not budge the weight

Fitness pioneer Tracy Anderson’s revolutionary method can give anyone-regardless of their genetic shape- strong, lean muscles and create balance where there is imbalance in their body. Despite over-exercising and under-eating, she could not budge the weight. Despairing, she abandoned her dreams of becoming a professional dancer.

and author of Eating Expectantly: A Practical and Tasty Guide to Prenatal Nutrition (Meadowbrook, 1996). are components of all cell membranes, including those of sperm, they could have an effect on fertility, says Swinney.

Refined grains are missing the bran and the germ of the grain, which contain 17 key nutrients, says Bridget Swinney, . a dietitian in El Paso, Texas, and author of Eating Expectantly: A Practical and Tasty Guide to Prenatal Nutrition (Meadowbrook, 1996). h of colorful fruits and veggies every day. Color translates into antioxidants and phytochemicals, which are good for overall health, which is good for fertility

Swinney is the author of two books: Eating Expectantly: Practical Advice for Healthy Eating Before, During and After Pregnancy and Healthy Food for Healthy Kids: A Practical and Tasty Guide to Your Child's Nutrition.

Swinney is the author of two books: Eating Expectantly: Practical Advice for Healthy Eating Before, During and After Pregnancy and Healthy Food for Healthy Kids: A Practical and Tasty Guide to Your Child's Nutrition. She is the mother of two boys and lives with her family in El Paso, Texas. Latest from Bridget Swinney, . How to get your grade-schooler to eat more healthy food. Bovine growth hormone and milk: What you need to know. How to get your preschooler to eat more healthy food. Zinc in your child's diet. Potassium in your child's diet.

Eating for two can be more enjoyable than eating for one...if you're Eating Expectantly!

Rated one of the "ten best parenting books of 1993" by Child Magazine, this originally self-published book is now totally revised and updated for the expectant mother.

This comprehensive guide reviews nearly every aspect of nutrition, from prepregnancy planning to the postnatal period. It combines information on proper nutrition with over 100 practical recipes and 200 complete menus, all of which have an important feature -- they taste good!

Here is a book that details dietary information for each trimester, with extra tips on shopping and cooking, including:

How to cook and store foods so as to preserve the natural vitamins.

How to make meal planning easier, with sensible ideas for such times when you "don't feet like cooking," you "don't feel like eating," and "company's coming," Other menus include "vegetarian meals on a budget" and "using leftovers with flair."

What to do about eating during high-risk pregnancies (such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or bed rest).

How to add variety and nutrition to snacks.

How to lose weight after the baby is born.

Comments

Dream Dream
GOT IT AS A STAND BY GIFT BOOK FOR MY DAUGHTER IF N WHEN SHE GETS PG AGAIN... After all we are bio chemical enities and what we consume reacts accordingly for both m other and fetus...
Modifyn Modifyn
This book is very easy to read and informative. It covers a wide-range of topics, including special dietary needs, frequently asked questions about general pregnancy and breastfeeding, and bodily changes. I would definitely recommend this book, although I wonder about some nutrient recommendations. At points, it appears an excessive amount of nutrients required daily... but I don't know for sure.
Priotian Priotian
An excellent, well-organized book in general. If you are a non-vegetarian this could be the ultimate pregnancy nutrition book. If, however, you question the nutritional value of dairy & eggs (as I do) you are bound to be disappointed. Milk which provides a net LOSS of calcium (due to the calcium-leaching nature of animal-based protiens) is not a good recommendation for increasing ones calcium intake. Despite this flaw, I still find the book adaptable and appreciate the section devoted to vegetarian diets.
Quellik Quellik
This book has a lot of information packed into it about pregnancy, nutrition, exercise, breastfeeding, and pregnancy complications. The nutrition information is incredibly useful and practical -- foods are detailed for each essential nutrient needed during pregnancy. The information provided on the related topics is also very valuable and understandable, it helps to have ideas about what may or may not happen and what to think about for planning for breastfeeding and postpartum. The recipes are good, they are simple and easy to prepare with very easy instructions. In addition, nutritional information is detailed for each recipe. At the same time I bought this book, I also bought Hope Ricciotti's "The Pregancy Cookbook"; I have found that the two are very complimentary to each other. While this book leans heavily on valuable and precise information, the other cookbook provides more elaborate and interesting recipes for when you want something special to eat that fits well into pregnancy.
Goldendragon Goldendragon
Even though I barely ate a thing the first five months of my pregnancy, I didn't worry about nutrition since this book helped guide me to good food choices that I could also stomach. As I began to feel better, I was able to get more creative with my menus and loved trying the nutritionally sound recipes. I particularly liked the suggested menus with titles like, "I don't feel like cooking" or "I feel awful." Very recommended.
Washington Washington
If you actually cook, you might find the recipes in here uninspired. There is a substantial amount of information about nutrition, but personally I find it difficult to translate all that information into decisions about what to have for dinner. The Pregnancy Cookbook, with a condensed chapter on nutrition during pregnancy and lots of delicious recipes, served me much better.
Arryar Arryar
This book seems like it was written by a team of strangers- the advice, style, and point of view vary throughout. Pregnant women were advised to avoid alfalfa sprouts completely because of toxins in pesticides, then they appeared (raw) as the main ingredient in a sandwich. Orange roughy was listed as a fish to be avoided due to mercury levels, then it appeared on a list of fish recommended for pregnant women.

The first section is noticibly stronger than the second, and it certainly contains a great deal of useful information. I will probably refer to some sections again, particularly the many charts giving nutrition information for specific foods.
I love this book! Although I bought it to use while I was pregnant, I have used it extensively for my family and also now for my active toddler. There are so many wonderful ideas in addition to the healthy and delicious recipes - every household can use this book!
I recently had the pleasure of meeting the author at a baby fair, and she is as intelligent and committed in person as she is in the text. I truly think this is a must-have book, and suitable for all levels of skill in the kitchen. You CANNOT go wrong with this one!