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5 Ways to Rock a Healthy Pregnancy

Welcome! I’m glad you are here, and I’m so excited about your new little one on the way. Whether this is your first child or your eighth, the fact that you are here means that you are already planning on the best start for your baby. And hey, being able to fit back into your pre-pregnancy jeans more quickly is a great bonus, too!

So how do you make sure you are taking good care of your baby right from the very beginning? Well, I have something very exciting to share with you today. Nope, I’m not pregnant (phew!), but the lovely Ashley, who writes over at Whole Foods, New Body, is adorably pregnant. Her blog is full of Real Food recipes, tips, and tricks, and you definitely need to check it out.

I adore Ashley, and I know you will, too. Come meet her, and find out how she made her third pregnancy her best one yet!

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4 thoughts on “5 Ways to Rock a Healthy Pregnancy

  1. As I said on Ashley’s blog, I can certainly relate to this. I thought I ate fairly healthy my first pregnancy and was proud of myself for working out through my WHOLE pregnancy but I was worse off than the other three moms-to-be at the office who didn’t work out. It’s easy to make the excuse that you are eating for two and bad eating (if I admit it) isn’t made up with working out when you are pregnant. My goal this second time around is to do a turn-around like Ashley. Thanks for the encouragement!
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    1. You’re welcome! I was super unhealthy through both my pregnancies, and I regret it. That’s why I was so glad to have Ashley write this up for me! She is my hero and did such a good job!

  2. How did you do it during the first trimester with morning sickness? I am past that now but feel like I did not eat well at all the first 3 months because there were only a few things I could really keep down. Any advice for future pregnancies for me or for others going through morning sickness now?

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