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Pregnancy Weight Matters - What you should know

Pregnancy Weight Matters - What you should know

Gaining weight during pregnancy is good because it will benefit your baby. But surveys show that the biggest put-off about pregnancy for many women is the weight issue - nearly 80% in one survey felt morbidly about losing the weight gained in pregnancy. It is difficult to determine how many calories you should gain because caloric needs are different for everybody. The rule of the thumb will be as long you are putting on steadily and adequately by following a healthy diet then you are on the right track. Now some questions and answers:

Ideally how much weight should one gain during pregnancy?

BMI and its weight recommendations during pregnancy

What and how much you eat definitely counts during pregnancy?

Weight gain during the first, second and third trimesters

Where do the pounds go?

What if I am already on the heavy side?

What if I am underweight and pregnant?

Effects of dieting during pregnancy

Some common-sense things to consider during pregnancy

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