Nutrition and Pregnancy


“Being a mother means that your heart is no longer yours; It wanders wherever your children do"
Author Unknown

As mothers tend to sacrifice during their lives to meet their children's needs, a mother's body will give up its own essential nutrients to provide health and growth for her developing baby. If she does not supply the embryo with the necessary elements in her food, nature will manage to take some of these out of her own tissues. Her own teeth will suffer, and perhaps, also her blood and other tissues, due to nature's habit of safeguarding the child at the mother's expense. Her duty is not merely to her child but to herself, as well. Unfortunately, the Standard American Diet (S.A.D.) is often so nutritionally deficient that even this sacrifice does not guarantee adequate nutrition for the unborn baby.

Scientific research showed the importance of eating a healthy diet and avoiding from drinking alcohol during pregnancy and nursing. If the mother drinks alcohol, her child may be more attracted to alcohol because the developing fetus 'expects' that whatever comes from the mother must be safe. If she eats healthy food, the child will prefer healthy food. And according to the study there are far larger implications caused by toning your child's taste buds while still just a fetus. Kids that have an antipathy to crucial fruits and vegetables are prone to deficiencies and the diseases that result.

If you're considering getting pregnant clean out your system because it's where the baby will be for nine months. Before you even start trying to get pregnant considering detoxifying your body and life. Read Detoxification Guide for details.

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • What specific protein and how much you need to eat to be optimal for you and your baby

  • What carbs and fat are good

  • What vitamins, minerals, antioxidants from food are optimal for you and your baby