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In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be talking about nutrition during pregnancy. If you’re pregnant, you’re probably very familiar with all the things you should avoid eating. But can the things you do eat help lower your risks of prematurity, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes and other complications? To learn more, I’ll be talking with Amy V. Haas.
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Show Notes: what we talked about!
Eating well to stay low risk
Can proper nutrition decrease your chances of preeclampsia and prematurity?
Shedding light on the “Brewer Diet” – it’s not just about the protein!
One size doesn’t fit all: getting the nutrition that right for YOU
You are what you eat… and you eat what you buy
Gestational diabetes and nutrition during pregnancy
What if you have gestational diabetes?
Do Paleo and pregnancy mix?
Quality matters: what’s in your food and where does it come from?
Ways in which your nutrition affects your baby’s long-term health
Amy V. Haas. Amy has been a childbirth educator, writer, consultant & lecturer in the field of pregnancy and birth for the last 19 years. On nutrition during pregnancy, Amy studied with and assisted Dr. Tom Brewer, the developer of the Brewer Pregnancy diet, and she continues his work through pregnancy nutrition counseling. She often writes on the topic for Midwifery Today. Amy is also the Education Chair for Rochester Area Birth Network, owner of Healthy Birth of Rochester, and and mom to 2 wonderful young men.