• 08/12/2016

    Nutrition during pregnancy, for your baby

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    Nutrition during pregnancy, for your baby

    You receive the fantastic news, and suddenly your priorities are all focused in one direction; now your efforts go towards optimising the development of your growing baby, to create the next Einstein, or a perfectly formed little being at the least!

    For healthy development of your baby, it is not about eating for two (unfortunately), it is about providing your baby with the all-important nutrients to grow and develop in a healthy manner. During pregnancy, your diet should be extremely nutrient-dense. Only approximately 200 additional calories are needed during the last trimester, which works out at only 10% extra for most women, although nutrient requirements are around 50% more! We may already find it hard to meet the recommended nutrient requirements, partly due to our love of refined or fast foods, so nutrient-dense foods should be your absolute priority.

    Read my full article on nutrition for pregnancy, for your baby

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MSc qualified nutritionist with a passion for helping people achieve their health goals in a delicious and practical way.

My goal in the clinic is to help you optimise your health while minimising unwanted symptoms. Diet advice is given to help you feel your best, boost energy levels and improve mood, while providing optimum nutrition to prevent illness and disease.

I recommend dietary and lifestyle changes to fit around your personal schedule and take in to consideration your preferences to ensure an enjoyable health plan.

MSc, Nutritional Medicine
BSc, Medical Engineering
Diploma, Nutritional therapy
Qualified Phlebotomist

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