A Dietitian’s Guide to Vitamins and Supplements in Pregnancy

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  We all know the importance of a good diet, but real life can get in the way of meeting the increased nutritional requirements of pregnancy. Whether it’s being busy,…

Many Mums to be are missing out on critical pregnancy nutrients

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Many mums-to-be are missing out on critical pregnancy nutrients. Studies of Australian women’s diets have found many have unbalanced diets in pre-conception and during pregnancy, with multiple findings showing most…

Vitamins and Nutrition During Pregnancy?

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Maternal Nutrition is Important During pregnancy, it is important that you eat a healthy diet to keep you and your developing baby healthy. The need for certain nutrients such as…

Healthy weight management

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A healthy balanced diet providing macro and micronutrients is essential for a healthy pregnancy. Many women have difficulty in maintaining a lifestyle conducive to this, especially during perinatal cravings and…

Changes in your body during pregnancy

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For most women, pregnancy marks the beginning of one of the most profound life changing experiences they will ever have. Just relax and enjoy your growing baby and get ready…

Pregnant Bellies

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First-time mums usually start to notice a bump between 12 and 18 weeks with their first baby, and anywhere from 6 to 18 weeks with their second and later babies. Inevitably people…

Tips for dealing with pregnancy nausea and vomiting

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Stay hydrated Drink as much water and herbal tea as you can. There’s evidence that maintaining your fluid intake can ease the sick feeling. Get your rest A Dutch study…

How can MamaCare Relieve Morning Sickness

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Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy is a common symptom of pregnancy. It can range from a bout of queasiness when you wake up in the morning to vomiting throughout the…

Foods to avoid during pregnancy

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While everyone knows you’ve gotta go without your weekly tipple of alcohol during pregnancy, it’s harder to know what you can and can’t eat. It’s important to stay nourished, even…

The weird and wonderful symptoms of pregnancy

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How is it possible that incubating a tiny human has so many unusual side effects? Of course, most women will talk about the bursting bladder, difficulty sleeping and the swollen…
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How To Choose The Best Pregnancy Supplement For You

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These simple tips will take the stress out of choosing a pregnancy supplement that will take you from pre-conception to birth and beyond! It might seem like the most natural…

Prime and Support your Immunity in Pregnancy

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  Here's some simple steps to help us all stay as healthy as possible. Every day preventative measures such as regular thorough hand washing, good personal hygiene, avoiding contact with…

The fruits of your labour

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Comparing an unborn baby to a fruit or vegetable may seem strange to those who haven’t been on the pregnancy journey – yet there’s something compelling about making fruity comparisons…

How to feel amazing during pregnancy

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Pregnancy is a wonderful time to enjoy growing a brand new human being, but some days it can all feel a bit ‘meh’, particularly if you aren’t looking after yourself. …

The first 1000 days

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What we know about the first 1000 days A concept we’re learning more and more about every day is the ‘first 1000 days’ – the period of the first 1000…
Partying during pregnancy

Surviving the party season during pregnancy

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If there’s anything less likely to put you in the mood for a party, it’s being pregnant and not being far enough along to announce your impending parenthood. Instead of…

5 ways to connect with your partner during pregnancy

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Your partner might not go through the physical changes of pregnancy, but bringing them along on the journey of gestation can bring you closer and forge a new intimacy to…

Pregnancy nausea: how to ease the problem 69% of pregnant women suffer

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The phrase ‘morning sickness’ can feel like an ironic joke in the first trimester of pregnancy, with ‘all-day-sickness’ a more apt description of the queasy, unsettled feeling that often leads…