Why Your Pregnancy Diet Advice is All Wrong

What you eat makes a difference to your baby! Lily shares 5 surprising pregnancy diet facts that will help you eat exactly what your baby needs most… and help you really enjoy your food. As a dietician with a passion for helping mamas, Lily has read and referenced over 900 studies to bring you the evidence on pregnancy diet. This don’t-miss episode will surprise you – and encourage you!

Topics We Discuss in This Podcast:

  • Why accurate pregnancy diet information is so vital for you and your baby
  • Official advice says to get 50-60% of your calories from carbs – but is that really what’s best for baby?
  • How to make sure diet is rich in micro-nutrients your baby needs
  • Why carbs can spell trouble for blood sugar – and blood pressure
  • What you need to know about protein and pregnancy (with the science to back it up)
  • The truth about salt – can salt actually bring blood pressure down?
  • How to eat fish safely (plus how to get plenty of brain-boosting iodine)
  • What’s the scoop on sushi?
  • How what you eat can help prevent pregnancy complications
  • What you need to know about eating well and staying comfortable throughout pregnancy

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