Want to know exactly how to eat and exercise during pregnancy?
Exposed! Little known secrets to nutrition and exercise during and after pregnancy!
Discover how to give yourself the best shot at a healthy, simple, and pain-free pregnancy!
Getting pregnant and childbirth are two of life's greatest miracles.
Most women, when asked the question, "What was the most memorable event in your life?" often cite pregnancy and childbirth.
It's like a gift from above. There is just no denying the powerful emotions that pregnancy and childbirth can create in parents.
However, while pregnancy is glorious and a rewarding experience, the hard truth is that there is a nutrition and fitness aspect that cannot be neglected.
There is also a flip side to this shiny coin. Many women often end up feeling that pregnancy has ruined their shapely figure and the stretch marks have disfigured them.
They automatically assume that once they've given birth, their bodies will never go back to the shape they originally used to be. Weight gain, stretch marks, a loss of sex appeal, etc. are negative consequences that women consider a trade-off to having a bouncy little baby.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Yes...pregnancy will result in weight gain. This is only natural and in fact, it's healthy. However, the weight gain can be maintained without letting it get out of control.
All weight that is gained during pregnancy can be lost after pregnancy. After all, it's just fat and the principles of fat loss are set in stone, regardless if it's a pregnant woman or an obese man.
It will take you time to shed the fat...but there is no hurry. Slow and steady wins the race. With patience, persistence, and this brand new guide, you can definitely lose the excess fat after childbirth and at the same time, enjoy a healthy and simple pregnancy.
The Fit And Healthy Pregnancy Guide
Discover the secrets of nutrition and exercise during and after pregnancy.
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- Megan Richey