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Iron Rich Foods for Pregnancy

Iron Rich Foods for Pregnancy

| September 23, 2014

Iron Rich Foods It is important to eat foods high in iron during your pregnancy to ensure your baby receives adequate hemoglobin from your stores. Low iron levels are detrimental to your health and to the health and development of your baby. As your baby grows, you will require additional iron through supplementation (see my […]

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Anemia In Pregnancy

Anemia In Pregnancy

| September 23, 2014

Anemia in Pregnancy I experienced anemia during pregnancy. It was a bit of a shocker on a number of levels. One – I took prenatal supplements and ate extremely nutritious, iron rich foods while pregnant. Two – My iron levels were in good standing when I was testing in the first trimester. Three – No […]

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EFT for Sadness & Depression During Pregnancy

EFT for Sadness & Depression During Pregnancy

| September 19, 2014

  EFT for Sadness & Depression During Pregnancy When I was 3 months pregnant, I experienced intense sadness at 7pm for a few nights in a row. I found myself feeling very emotional and crying for hours until I went to sleep. I even wondered if I was depressed. But each morning I’d wake up […]

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Prenatal Workshop – Edmonton – September 13, 2014

Prenatal Workshop – Edmonton – September 13, 2014

| September 3, 2014

  Are you a heart-centered expecting parent or a prenatal educator who is looking to learn easy ways to prevent prenatal stress?   Join us for a FREE workshop & to celebrate the launch of Tara Bianca’s book, Stress Free Pregnancy. Learn the top sources of prenatal stress and 3 keys to create a peaceful […]

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Emotional Conflicts During Pregnancy

Emotional Conflicts During Pregnancy

| July 11, 2014

Emotional Conflicts During Pregnancy Repressed emotions can create disharmony in the body and can greatly affect all aspects of a person’s life, including fertility and pregnancy. These unresolved emotions create stress in various ways at the level of the body, mind and soul. At the level of the body, the union of sperm and egg […]

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Papaya Tomato Avocado Salad with Mango Salsa

Papaya Tomato Avocado Salad with Mango Salsa

| March 10, 2014

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Healthy Eating Lowers Risk For Preterm Birth in Pregnant Women

Healthy Eating Lowers Risk For Preterm Birth in Pregnant Women

| March 7, 2014

Healthy Eating Healthy Pregnancy A new Norwegian study suggests that pregnant women who eating a diet rich in vegetables, fruits and whole grains are more likely to have a lower risk of giving birth earlier than full term. This is an important issue because preterm births are the leading cause of neurological disabilities and even […]

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Stress BEFORE Conception Triggers Genetic Changes in Women’s Eggs

Stress BEFORE Conception Triggers Genetic Changes in Women’s Eggs

| February 13, 2014

It is widely known that stress during pregnancy can affect the mental, physical and emotional health of a baby. However, new research suggests that stress prior to pregnancy can also influence the health of offspring long before conception. The Israeli study carried out on rats, at the University of Haifa, suggests that female eggs are […]

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Caffeine, Stress and Pregnancy

Caffeine, Stress and Pregnancy

| February 4, 2014

Caffeine, Stress & Pregnancy If you love your morning cup of coffee, you may be wondering, “how safe is caffeine during pregnancy?” This topic has been heavily debated in the medical community for decades. Although there is still no consensus on what level of caffeine is safe for pregnant women, research studies have found that […]

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Back Pain During Pregnancy

Back Pain During Pregnancy

| February 4, 2014

Back Pain During Pregnancy Approximately 70% of all women experience back pain during pregnancy. During pregnancy, back pain is a common issue for many women due to the weight gain associated with carrying a developing baby. Women on average gain between 11 and 40 lbs (though some may gain more or less) during their pregnancy. The […]

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