When you’re pregnant, it may feel like countless advice is being thrown at you from all angles: ‘make sure you sleep’, ‘this is the best pram’ etc.
But by far, one of the most common pieces of advice doled out is about what a pregnant woman should be putting in her mouth!
There are so many ‘accepted myths’ out there: that a pregnant lady needs to ‘eat for two’ (false!), will lose all her ‘baby weight’ instantly after the birth (not necessarily true), or should enjoy eating as much cake as she wants because she’ll be putting on heaps of weight anyway (definitely not true!).
This newsletter will explain why these myths need to be dispelled!
There’s some really interesting research out there shining a light on exactly how important diet, and the health of a woman’s gut, is during preconception and pregnancy.
In this newsletter, you will read:
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