Monday, February 7, 2011

Healthy Pregnancy Diets

If you're like most soon-to-be mothers, you're probably very confused about what Healthy Pregnancy Diets really are. You're probably wondering what foods you should eat and, more importantly, what foods you should avoid. What about calories - how many additional calories should you consume? And what about excercise - what's safe for your baby and what's not?

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If you're at all nervous about folowing a diet or exercise routine during pregnancy, that's certainly understandable. It can be frustrating when everywhere you turn someone is giving you different advice. And there is so much varying information online that it can be dificult to know what to believe.

The only way to be sure that you're getting the best advice is to find a knowledgeable source. No disrespect to your friends and family, but the wrong advice at this important time in your life can be downright dangerous to both you and your baby. You should really only listen to recommendations from someone who is properly trained.

For instance, there are specific foods that contain the vital nutrients that your baby needs for healthy development. And then there are other specific foods that can be dangerous to your baby's health. Likewise, there are excercises that will help you enjoy a smooth pregnancy and delivery, and others that (once again) could prove dangerous. So where do you turn for advice that you can trust?

One of the best sources for this type of advice is your doctor. Aside from standard medical advice, he or she can run tests to determine if you are lacking particular vitamins or minerals that are important for a healthy pregnancy. That information can be used to adjust your diet so that your baby gets all of the nutrients it needs for proper development.

While that advice is useful, and even necessary, it's really not enough. It only gives you "nuggets" of information that you need, but falls way short of a "plan of action." Your doctor may tell you that you need certain nutrients, but how do you include them in your daily diet? One or two food recommendations aren't enough. You need an extensive list of foods and recipes for preparing them so that you can get the nutrients you and your baby need every day, all day.

Wouldn't it be nice if someone gave you a detailed, step-by-step plan to follow? A plan that you could consult every day? A plan that included long lists of foods to eat, where to buy them, recipes for preparing them, foods to avoid (very important), and safe excercises?  

Fortunately, there is a plan available that includes everything that you need to know. A certified nutritionist and excercise specialist from New Jersey has put together a complete diet and excercise program for before, during and after pregnancy. Her name is Isabel De Los Rios and she has quite a resume.

As I said, she is a certified nutritionist and excercise specialist. Also, she is a Holistic Nutrition Lifestyle Coach and has a degree in Excercise Physiology. She is the author of The Diet Solution Program and currently owns and operates New Body – Center for Fitness and Nutrition in New Jersey.

Isabel has now created a complete pregnany diet and excercise program that includes everything you need to know before, during and after pregnancy. It's called What To Eat While Pregnant.What To Eat While Pregnant delivers everything that you need in great detail for a smooth and healthy pregnancy. And it doesn't stop there - it also provides the steps necessary to get back to your pre-pregnancy weight in record time once you've had your baby. And it's all based on core healthy principals. 

I urge you to click the link below and watch a Free Video that explains Isabel's pregnancy diet and exercise program.  There's an amazing amount of useful information contained right there in the video. Be sure to have a pen and paper handy while you're watching because you're going to be treated to a ton of valuable tips and information that you can use right away. As an added bonus, you can also sign up for a Free E-Course on the Top 5 Most Common Mistakes That Pregnant Women Make.