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050 00 RG559|b.A94 2015 
082 00 618.2|223 
100 1  Avena, Nicole M.,|d1978- 
245 10 What to eat when you're pregnant :|ba week-by-week guide 
       to support your health and your baby's development during 
       pregnancy /|cNicole M. Avena, PhD ; recipes by Georgie 
       Fear, RD. 
246 3  What to eat when you are pregnant 
250    First edition. 
264  1 Berkeley :|bTen Speed Press,|c[2015] 
264  4 |c©2015 
300    ix, 230 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 202-220) and 
505 0  Acknowledgments -- Part I: Why Is It Important to Eat Well
       during Pregnancy? -- 1: Evolution of the Baby Bump and 
       Being Pregnant Today -- 2: Why Your Baby Weight Matters --
       3: The Key Nutrients You Need during Pregnancy -- Part II:
       What to Eat During the Stages of Pregnancy- A Week-by-Week
       Guide -- 4: The First Trimester -- 5: The Second Trimester
       -- 6: The Third Trimester -- Part III: How to Eat Well 
       During and After Pregnancy -- 7: My Hormones Made Me Eat 
       It! How to Avoid Using Food to Feel Better -- 8: What You 
       Can Do to Keep Your Weight Gain on Track During Pregnancy 
       -- 9: Losing Your Baby Weight and Maintaining a Healthy 
       Diet Beyond the Bump -- Appendix A: Food Safety and Foods 
       to Avoid during Pregnancy -- Appendix B: Eating Well While
       Nursing -- Appendix C: Special Medical Considerations -- 
       References -- Metric Conversion Charts -- About the Author
       -- Index. 
520    "A trimester-by-trimester guide to what to eat--as opposed
       to what to avoid--while pregnant and nursing, to support 
       the mother's health and the baby's development during each
       stage of pregnancy, with 50 recipes. Pregnancy has 
       traditionally been viewed as a time when women can give in
       to their food cravings and not worry about their weight. 
       But new research suggests that the foods women eat during 
       pregnancy can have a lasting effect on the baby's brain 
       development and behavior, as well as the mother's 
       waistline. While many books tell women what not to eat, 
       there are few guides that tell women what to eat while 
       also considering that hormonal influences during pregnancy
       can make it difficult to stick to a healthy diet. More and
       more women enter pregnancy overweight, gain an unhealthy 
       amount of weight while pregnant, then struggle to lose the
       "baby weight" after the baby is born. Drawing on the 
       latest research from the fields of medicine, nutrition, 
       and psychology, this guide gives moms-to-be a clear 
       understanding of what their bodies really need and how 
       those foods contribute to the development of healthy and 
       happy babies"--|cProvided by publisher. 
650  0 Pregnancy|xNutritional aspects. 
650  0 Mothers|xNutrition. 
650  0 Fetus|xNutrition. 
650  0 Cooking. 
700 1  Fear, Georgie. 
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