Tips for managing pregnancy cravings from a prenatal dietitian |Nourish with Melanie #21

Tips for handling maternity cravings from a prenatal dietitian
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Your expectant, and all of an unexpected you have a hankering for odd, out of the blue foods (or in some circumstances non-foods!). Well, you are not the only one. Several women establish cravings throughout their maternity for foods like icy-pole, delicious chocolate, chips, pickles … But are these pregnancy yearnings for high and also sugary salt foods over-ruling you from attaining a healthy maternity diet?

In today’s episode of Nourish, prenatal dietitian Melanie McGrice, chats concerning why you might be having these maternity cravings and shares her pointers for taking care of pregnancy cravings.

Enjoy!
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Tips for managing pregnancy desires from a prenatal dietitian

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