Typical diet for pregnant women

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  1. Filmboy44

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    no I don't have a girl knocked up...

    A friend of mine was inquiring about her diet while preggo...I think she's 3 months or more along

    any advice?
     
  2. Leo95SE

    Leo95SE The OMINOUS one

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    just healthy, and milk. :)
    no soda, alch, etc.
     
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    lots of crack
     
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    my friend just ate what she felt like when she she was hungry, but she tried to keep it as healthy as possible.

    if she's really worried about it, I'd consult a doctor or nutritionist because I'd guess teh physiology of eating for two would be somewhat different than eating for one.
     
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    just make sure she eats enough

    and crack in moderation :noes:
     
  6. Filmboy44

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    folic acid ...righto
     
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    let them eat whatever, trust me
     
  8. Ilyusha

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    She needs a healthy dose of falling down stairs, along with a few go arounds on a fast rollercoaster with lots of freefall time.
     
  9. Filmboy44

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    thats what I told her
     
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    prenatal vitamins. looks like they worked for us.:)
    [​IMG]
     
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    there's stuff all over the internet on what to avoid.
     
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    her ob/gyn actually said just eat whatever you can keep down(morning sickness). he said getting enough calories, regardless of what foods they came from, was the most important thing.
     
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    nothing raw. my wife loves sushi too so she was like :o.
     
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    :werd: i was going to say just worry about weightloss after having teh kid
     
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    = fat wife, and fat baby

    :hsugh:

    dont forget that "whatever" for women is usually:

    ice cream
    donuts
    cookies
    twinkies
    etc
    etc
     
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    :noes:

    thanks!:wavey:
     
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    ~*Pogovina*~ Whip it! Whip it good!!

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    regular, healthy diet, increased according to babys needs(see: cravings) + prenatal vitamins.

    I have had 3 healthy happy babies with that diet. ;)
     
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    ~*Pogovina*~ Whip it! Whip it good!!

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    :slap: in my last pregnancy, i ate "whatever" and it DID include cookies and ice cream.

    right before delivery:
    [​IMG]

    2 weeks after delivery:
    [​IMG]

    and my son was a perfect 8 lb 9 oz

    now, gtfo. :gtfo2:
     
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    ~*Pogovina*~ Whip it! Whip it good!!

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    awwwwwwwwwwww! cute!
     
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    i think they say no seafood at all, actually.

    no high allergy foods too, i think
     
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    ~*Pogovina*~ Whip it! Whip it good!!

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    my doc suggested no raw shellfish/seafood and minimize high allergy foods if there was an allergy in the family (for example, hubby being lactose intolerant. I kept milk drinking to the bare minimum required and supplimented calcium and vit D)
     
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    I don't remember them saying no fish at all, but tuna was definitely out. Mercury=:nono:.
     
  23. Ilyusha

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    Fat pregnant women = bane of the male society.
     
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    ~*Pogovina*~ Whip it! Whip it good!!

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    :kiss:
     
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