Breakfast kick starts your day and helps give you the energy to get things done and to be able to focus. Take a look at some new breakfast ideas.
The word “snack” makes a lot of people think of unhealthy salty or sweet options. But snacking is actually a very important part of your child’s eating habits. The trick is to be careful about why, when and how your children snack.
Take a look at this recipe collection and discover some new ways to surprise your family at mealtime.
Finding the right balance of activity while you’re expecting can provide a number of benefits including better weight management, improved digestive health and circulation, better sleep and less back pain.
Listen to your body
While you are pregnant you will want to continue being active for at least 30 minutes a day, but depending how far along you are in your pregnancy you may want to choose less-intense exercise. Be sure to stop if you feel pain or discomfort or become out of breath.
Stretch, but be gentle
You’ll also want to be more careful while stretching, as hormones in your body during pregnancy can make your joints a little weak.
Resistance is good
Muscle strength is also important while you are pregnant, and light resistance training will help maintain your muscle tone.
A strong stomach helps your back
Find safe exercises you can do to work your stomach muscles in order to help ease back pain. Also take time to do arm exercises to help you tote that bundle of joy everywhere you go.
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