Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy (Pregnancy Considerations #3)

May 1, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

Of course you need to eat more when you’re pregnant, but how much more? And what’s best for your baby?

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23 Responses to “Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy (Pregnancy Considerations #3)”
  1. Progeria says:

    Nice set of tips. I was searching for such tips for my pregnant wife. I was really confused as some people termed some food as good while others termed them bad. So I am going with this video.

  2. aiysmama says:

    @hags82 Everyone has their views, but as a student herbalist I’ve learned it’s safe and effective throughout pregnancy

  3. hags82 says:

    @aiysmama I agree with you! although it shouldn’t be taken until the final 6 weeks of pregnancy.

  4. karina2563 says:


  5. NELLBONNIE8 says:

    Beautiful Russian girls

  6. dimpleface28 says:

    GREAT TIPS!!!!

  7. aiysmama says:

    @vancouverkiz & wethepeople, brewed as a tea or infusion, raspberry leaf is the best known, most widely used, & safest of all uterine/pregnancy tonic herbs. It contains an alkaloid which gives tone to the muscles of the pelvic region, including the uterus. RL contains vit A & B complex & many minerals, phosphorous, potassium, rich concentration of vit C, vit E, calcium & iron. Raspberry leaf nourishes the uterus with nutrients.

  8. WeThePeopleRleaders says:

    @mariecharles212 i totally agree with you on that! 100% percent. i couldnt even take the prenatal vitamins bc how much iron was in there and i tried 4 different types of brands. people just assume now a days that the doctors are the ones to take care of pregnancy as if to be a disease instead of something natural and women rather go blindly into pregnancy and birth instead of ACTUALLY reading up on it. ignorance is not bliss, neither is a smug attitude 🙁 sheep will be sheep lol.

  9. WeThePeopleRleaders says:

    @aiysmama they say that about everything that has to do with herbal. to be honest ive been drinking herbal tea anyways, so far nothing bad has happened. its all about how much your doing. anything excessively being put into your body will effect the baby, thats why you should keep a mental note on how much you consume. so yes alysmama your right.

  10. WeThePeopleRleaders says:

    i keep watching this video over and over. i havent been able to take prenatal vitamins due to most of them having iron in them. i also dodge foods with MSG in it like the plague and eat meats in moderation (bc of how much hormones are in it now a days) so far Ive been eating very well, gained little fat, and having a super healthy strong baby. each time my doctor sees me his smiles gets broader and broader i guess its because i follow what they tell me to do and keep things under control 🙂

  11. vancouverkiz says:

    @aiysmama this is not the first place that i have heard of saying herbal teas can increase the risk of miscarriage. Well my way of thinking is, i can do without it, why risk it, I dont need it that bad :0)

  12. aiysmama says:

    Raspberry leaf tea does not increase the risk of miscarriage. It strengthens and tones the uterus… not a big fan of this video’s misinformation.

  13. morganelefay23 says:

    ha ha ha ha ha you must weigth 300 pounds and eat junkfood all day to say this cause im at my second pregnancy and eating well helps me. just like he say in the video. go get mcdonalds and shut the fuck up

  14. BeaucoupRed says:

    The rats are jumping ship.

    CHEMRISK – a research company hired by the Corn Refiners Association has recently taken down it’s YouTube channel.

    The removal was in response to negative public perception resulting from a recent study that found dangerous levels of MERCURY in HIGH-FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP. Apparently it has become a liability to defend the sweetener.

    See one of the last remaining ChemRisk videos at CornRefinersAssoc on YouTube.

  15. mariecharles212 says:

    YOU folks clearly do not know that eating super well is better than following doctor’s feeding pregnant women with prenatal vitamins. Prenatal vitamins can have a lot of harmful materials . so healthy eating is better.

  16. Zivi11 says:

    Well, at least it`ll kill the kid!

  17. chinesebellygirl says:

    ha ha ha ha ha that is steps to die not healthy pregnancy !?

  18. spinalcord89 says:

    if youre pregnant you should be talking to a doctor and not looking at videos like this…

  19. Zivi11 says:

    Here are my top tips on pregnancy: Drink lots of vodka and gin. Smoke at least a pack a day. Purposley strike up arguments. Eat plenty of fatty foods and ice cream. Punch yourself in the stomach until you feel the healthy stingy tingley sensation. And don`t forget to drink (or sniff) coke! Good luck!

  20. Allanxandile says:

    why you tube so lag?

  21. Terezopoulos says:

    go comment my vid guys

  22. WafflesMcShatner says:

    Good! I’ll follow these tips.

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