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What to Expect: Eating Well When You're Expecting, 2nd Edition Paperback – August 18, 2020
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“Once again, What to Expect Delivers! Heidi’s go-to guide takes the guesswork out of feeding yourself and your baby, serving up a healthy and realistic plan to fit every lifestyle and eating style. It’s eating for two made easy, fun… and delicious.”––Joy Bauer, MS, RD, CDN, best-selling author, host of NBC’S Health and Happiness, and nutrition expert for the Today show
This brand new edition of America’s pregnancy food bible covers it all through those nine months of baby-making and beyond: the latest facts on superfoods, food trends, food safety. Foods to chow down on, foods (and drinks) to limit, and those to cut out altogether. Realistic, body-positive advice and savvy strategies on how to eat well when you’re too green to come face-to-fork with broccoli. Or too bloated to eat at all. Or on the run. Or on the job. Whether you’re a red-meat eater or a vegan, a carb craver or a gluten-free girl, a fast-foodie or a slow cooker. Whether you’re hungry for nutritional facts (which vitamins and minerals the pregnant body needs and where to find them), or just plain hungry. Plus, how to put it all together, easily and tastily, with dozens of practical tips and 170 recipes that are as delicious as they are nutritious, as easy to love as they are to make.
Answers to all questions:
- Do I have to skip my morning latte––or afternoon energy drink?
- I’m too sick to look at a salad, never mind eat one––do I have to?
- How do I get enough calcium if I’m lactose intolerant?
- Help! I’m entering my second trimester, and I’m losing weight, not gaining. What can I do?
- I’ve never been a big water drinker, and now I’m supposed to down 10 8-ounce glasses a day! How?
- Turns out it’s twins––do I have to eat twice as much?
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Heidi Murkoff is the author of the What to Expect® series of pregnancy and parenting books with over 38 million copies in print. She is also the creator of WhatToExpect.com and the WhatToExpect app, which reach over 18 million expecting and new parents, and the What to Expect Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping at-risk moms around the world expect healthier pregnancies, safer deliveries, and healthy, happy babies.
- Publisher : Workman Publishing Company; Second edition (August 18, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 400 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1523501391
- ISBN-13 : 978-1523501397
- Item Weight : 1.05 pounds
- Dimensions : 5.9 x 1 x 8.9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #39,581 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Very American-culture centred, so for Europeans -especially Mediterraneans, most of the contents and advice make no sense at all, as we grow up eating and cooking healthy anyway.
Culturally, if you are not used to spreading the American renown peanut butter on everything and anything, fruit (apples for example) included, and similar things being the main theme here, not much to look forward to in this book.
For the same reason, most recipes are very awkward and anything but tasty, inviting and appealing, so I found it to be a bit of a waste really.
It is like most diets people go around telling you to follow - if there is no satisfaction or fulfilment in the diet/food regime in itself, the plan is doomed to fail and one is destined to be left craving the actual healthy satisfying tastes one is used to.
Nothing amazing or revolutionary here for me, and honestly I would have rather saved myself this money..