Eating During Pregnancy eBook: pregnancy nutrition – how to master healthy eating during pregnancy


With so much conflicting information available online about pregnancy nutrition, it can be difficult to sift the fact from fiction.

Dr Harriet Holme is not only a mother but a doctor with years of relevant experience as well as a registered nutritionist and she was inspired to write this to help other mums have all the pregnancy nutrition advice they need at their fingertips.

By the end of this book, you will understand:
• How to eat healthily during pregnancy
• Reduce your blood sugar and avoid gestational diabetes
• Which supplements you need and those you don’t need to waste your money on
• What foods to safely enjoy and which to avoid
• How to deal with nausea, vomiting and constipation
• What are cravings and why do they matter
• Whether you should choose organic or not
• About healthy weight gain during pregnancy
• How what you eat during pregnancy may affect your baby
• Whether you should be taking painkillers during pregnancy

Why we love it: It can be a minefield knowing what to eat – and what to avoid – when you’re pregnant but this easy-to-understand book will help you understand all aspects of nutrition during this precious time. We especially loved the section about cravings and the useful pregnancy meal planner.

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The book is 55 pages of information based on the latest guidance and scientific evidence, with practical tips to help you eat for health during pregnancy. Get instant access to the download as soon as you buy!

Foreword by NHS Obstetrician Dr Brooke Vandermolen, @theOBGYNmum.

Knowing what is safe to eat and drink in pregnancy can be a complete minefield. Women are often given such over-cautious advice from well-meaning health professionals that it can be difficult to understand what you can actually enjoy whilst you are pregnant.

 Dr Harriet Holme has written a fantastic, and extremely comprehensive guide for anyone navigating pregnancy. She covers topics that often get confused, by giving up-to-date evidence to clear up myths around nutrition.

 I would love all my patients to get a chance to read this guide, which can empower parents-to-be to feel able to make positive choices rather than feeling restricted and misunderstood.

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