Pregnancy Diet: 5 Tips For Proper Prenatal Nutrition

Looking to support a healthy pregnancy? On this week’s episode of The Sitch, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and new mom, Whitney English is dishing up the details on prenatal nutrition!

What you eat during pregnancy has a profound effect on your baby’s development and future success in life. Healthy babies start with proper prenatal nutrition!

What foods should you eat during pregnancy? Are certain diets unsafe during pregnancy? Which vitamins and minerals are important for pregnancy? We cover all of these questions and more!

These tips are geared toward all women, but especially helpful for those following a predominantly plant-based diet or women with a vegan pregnancy.

Looking for a great prenatal vitamin? Try the For The First Thousand Days series from Rainbow Light:

Interested in switching to a more plant-based eating pattern? DOWNLOAD MY FREE 7-DAY PPB MEAL PLAN HERE:

Wondering how to start baby-led weaning with your plant-based baby? GET THE PLANT-BASED JUNIORS BOOK “FIRST BITES” HERE:

For the ultimate guide on a plant-based pregnancy, GET THE PREDOMINANTLY PLANT-BASED PREGNANCY GUIDE:

As always, the references for this video can be found on my website:

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*This video is sponsored by Rainbow Light. We thank you for your support of Whitney E. RD approved partnerships that make this channel possible.

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