We asked Charlie Long, 14 weeks pregnant with her second child, to keep track of every bite she ate for a week. Then we asked Bridget Swinney, M.S., R.D. to do a nutritional analysis and offer tips ...
Upside: Personal journal of what Charlie ate during pregnancy
Downside: Need to read next article to learn implications
I am currently 15 weeks pregnant with twins. I understand that I should be consuming between 140 to 150 grams of protein per day. That seems like an awful lot! I have kept track of my intake over the ...
Upside: Q&A about nutrition guide during a twin or multiple pregnancy
Downside: Busy page
No meat? No worries: Diet for a healthy (vegetarian) pregnancy Your pregnancy food diary Chart: Nutrients you need to help your baby grow Food cravings and what they mean Seven principles to eating ...
Upside: Various articles on health and nutrition for pregnancy
Downside: So many articles, hard to choose
A sound pregnancy nutrition plan makes sure that both you and your baby get enough of the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients you both need. It's easy to practice good pregnancy nutrition habits: eat ...
Upside: Good article on various foods to eat during pregnancy
Downside: Spans several pages - hard to quickly navigate
When you are pregnant, eating a healthy diet is more important than ever. Everything that you eat or drink will affect your baby's development. Also, a healthy diet will help you maintain your health ...
Upside: Excellent guide on how to eat during pregnancy including specific foods to eat; small section on vegetarian and vegan diets
Downside: Limited additional links
Recipes for the Whole Family Aiming to fill a gap in the market, Jones has collaborated with perinatal nutritionist Hudson to produce a volume that combines both recipes and nutritional advice aimed ...
Upside: Site selling book which discusses nutrition and recipes to eat during pregnancy; many positive reviews
for Healthy Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Expert nutritional advice and tasty recipes for a healthy pregnancy. Pregnancy is not a time for guesswork about nutrition. Expecting women have specific ...
Upside: Site selling book on nutrition during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Downside: Limited number of customer reviews
Before you fell pregnant, you probably didn't think twice about enjoying a comforting tuna-mayonnaise sandwich, a salad sprinkled with blue cheese or a glass of red wine. After all, tuna is brimming ...
Upside: Detailed article on the safety of various food during pregnancy including sushi, cheese and eating a vegetarian diet
Downside: Awkward in page scrolling
Satisfy your food lusts with these nutritious alternatives.
Upside: Advice on how to handle food cravings
Downside: Small font
The standard Bradley® series is designed for small classes with lots of individual attention. The standard length of the classes is 12 weeks covering 12 units of instruction.
Upside: Bradley Method corporate website with details on taking the program
Downside: Can't easily find a local class