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Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Edition (Single Copy)

Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Edition (Single Copy)

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

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Losing Weight While Breast-feeding

Losing Weight Breast FeedingBreast-feeding requires extra nutrition, making healthy eating just as important post-pregnancy. Eating right while breast-feeding is not complicated and it does not need to be bland.

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Iron Deficiency

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Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency and the leading cause of anemia in the United States. Iron is needed to make hemoglobin, a part of red blood cells that acts like a taxicab for oxygen and carbon dioxide. Learn the best ways to add iron, including vegetarian sources, to your diet.

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Breast-feeding Basics for Healthy Babies

Breastfeeding Basics (thumb)The U.S. Surgeon General recommends babies be fed exclusively with breast milk for the first six months. Breast milk's unique antibodies help protect infants from numerous illnesses and diseases.

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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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