First Trimester was a doozy! I broke down my experience with morning sickness (or all day sickness in my case). Check it out and share your thoughts! Mommy on the Money: Pregnancy Nausea and Natural Ways to Ease the Queasiness #SeaBandMamaMorningSicknessRelief (sponsored)
Morning sickness affects about 70% of pregnant women. Fortunately for me, I didn't really get it with my first pregnancy and with my second, I started to feel sort of yucky in the mornings but I quickly did something about it that not only made the feeling go away but I have shared this tip with many of the women who do my Fit Mom-To-Be Workouts and the ones I coach online when they tell me they have morning sickness. And every single one has felt better.
Prev post1 of 3Next While some women sail through pregnancy with ease, for many it can be really difficult due to nausea and vomiting. Vomiting, also known as morning sickness, is a normal part of pregnancy, especially during the first three months (first trimester). In fact, more than 65 percent of women have this problem
Pregnancy smoothies! Pregnancy smoothies are an easy and tasty way to get many nutrients and foods into your body daily. During pregnancy your nutritional requirements increase… you need to eat more protein, get those greens in daily (which may seem impossible if you have morning sickness), eat more antioxidant rich foods, and don’t forget your EFAs! Who knew eating for two would be so complicated? #fertility #infertility #ttc #ttcsisters #IVF #PCOS #fertilityherbs #naturalfertility