Have you even done yoga before? If not, did you know it's totally ok to start during pregnancy. Here are a few of the benefits of practicing yoga during pregnancy.
One of the first thing you will most likely think about when you want to get pregnant is probably your physical health. You want to make sure you eat a decent diet that will help you sustain your pregnancy. Today, we will talk about the nutritious foods you should feed your body.
Although women have been known the get pregnant at all kinds of body weights and shapes, it's important to understand that a healthy body weight will increase your chances of getting pregnant and will significantly reduce your risk of complications during pregnancy and postpartum. Obesity and extremely low body fat can reduce the potential for ovulation. Furthermore, maternal obesity is linked with higher risk for neural tube defect, heart defect, miscarriage, pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, delivery complication, and more.
Being pregnant can be very confusing. There are tons of books out there that will tell you all kinds of things about pregnancy. It can get very overwhelming to find the good ones, so I compiled a list of my top 15 holistic and informative pregnancy books. Find all you need to know about vegan pregnancies, mindful and sacred pregnancies, healthy pregnancies, and more.
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