Hi Sophie, Congratulations on your pregnancy!
Can't answer your question tho' apart from saying that when my D was pregnant she kept to a very healthy diet which helped a great deal anyway.
All the very best to you and hope things go well.
Thank you Emmaline, I am sure a healthy diet will help loads and will leave me with more energy after i have the baby. Well done one your weight loss you are doing amazingly!
Food diary for yesterday:
Breakfast: 2x crummpets
Lunch: cup pasta thingy, banana, 2x oranges, plum a packet of mini cheddars
Dinner: 2xbrown toast, 2x grilled bacon, mushrooms, beans and 2 egg whites
Evening snacks: 3x small xmas tree chocolates, 3/4 haribo
I have no idea how this is points wise on slimming world but everything for dinner was grilled/cooked using frylight so was slimming world friendly.
Hope everyone else is doing well xxx
My BMI is currently 38, so I am also classed as 'obese' mother.
However, I had a problem free pregnancy with my first BUT I watched my diet for sugar like a hawk. Sugar is a big issue in pregnancy, the lower sugar/higher fibre options you can eat as your main food choices the better.
I am currently 17 weeks pregnant with number 2, and have lost 2lbs taking me to 15st 5lbs since my start weight was 15st 7.
I take my prenatal vitamin and take a highe dose of vitamin D, for pregnancy but also because living in GB/UK we don't get enough sun exposure to maintain good Vitamin D for bone strength,
Good luck and I hope you have a happy healthy pregnancy.
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