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Second Trimester & Diet

So once the nausea, vomiting, fatigue, food aversions and other early pregnancy symptoms have passed getting back to a balanced diet is important. Make sure you are taking a quality prenatal vitamin and getting protein, fruits and veggies into your diet. If you are like me carbs are the only thing I am able to eat early in pregnancy. Also, remember you aren't really eating for 2. Through out your pregnancy 80-200 calories more than normal is really all you need. Listen to your body! If you are craving something there is usually a reason for it. A good guide book for diet during pregnancy is Real Food For Pregnancy by Lily Nichols.

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