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Celiac Nutrition Guide, 3rd Edition (Single Copy)

Celiac Nutrition Guide, 3rd Edition (Single Copy)

This easy to read “survival guide” outlines essential information for people diagnosed with Celiac disease.

Pregnancy

Pregnant? Safe Sources of Omega-3 Fats

Omega-3s and Pregnancy (75)

Women who are pregnant are encouraged to eat 8 to 12 ounces of fish and seafood a week to help get an adequate amount of EPA and DHA for their babies. Yet, often women shy away from doing so because of concerns about contaminants in fish, such as mercury.

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Fertility Foods

Fertility Foods (70)

Infertility affects about 7.3 million women and their partners in the U.S. While couples can’t control all of the causes of infertility, they can control their diet. And diet and weight management have a significant impact on the ability to conceive.

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Eat Right for Life

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Eating the same way in your 40s as you did in your 20s? Ignoring your nutritional needs when you're 60? Not you! Build your best, healthiest body by adjusting your diet and eating habits to address the specific needs of each decade.

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Make Safe Food Choices during Pregnancy

Food Choices while Pregnant (thumb)Fish, dairy and other proteins can be good for pregnant women's health, but the Dietary Guidelines are not always so clear cut. Plus, are non-nutritive sweeteners bad for mothers and unborn children?

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The Importance of Physical Activity during Pregnancy

Activity during Pregnancy (thumb)Does being pregnant mean saying goodbye to softball, tennis or any other sport you enjoy? Not necessarily. For most pregnancies, mild to moderate physical activity benefits mom and won't affect your unborn child.

 

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Food Safety Risks for Pregnant Women and Newborns

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Infections from foodborne illness can be difficult to treat and can recur in pregnant women, their unborn children, newborns and infants.

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Steps for Nursing Success

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The first week of August is World Breastfeeding Week. It’s no secret breast-feeding is best for baby and best for mom. In fact, the US Surgeon General recommends babies be fed exclusively with breast milk for the first six months. Breast milk’s unique antibodies (or disease-fighting cells) help protect infants from numerous illnesses and diseases.

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