Pregnancy Diet: What to Eat during Pregnancy

pregnancy diet: what you should be eating while pregnant

Food you must eat when pregnant & why!

Is there such a thing as a pregnancy diet? YES! Learn about what and how much of each food group you should be consuming, the nutritional value of food versus pill vitamins, and the real story behind good fats and salt. What you put in your body when pregnant goes to the baby, so eat these food groups to have a healthy and happy pregnancy. 

Early Signs of Pregnancy & First Trimester Questions

Early Pregnancy Symptoms: The Science and Natural Remedies

Are you experiencing early signs of pregnancy? Wondering what to expect during your first trimester? Then this post is for you! From foods to eat to learning why you ache all over NoMo Nausea and the Pukeology Podcast answer FAQ about the first trimester of pregnancy. Be sure to read on to have your questions answered and find more resources!

November 27, 2018 by Maya Glander

What's good for pregnancy sickness? Read this if you have morning sickness.

PREGNANCY: What to expect before, during, & after expecting

MORNING SICKNESS! Did you know that the pregnant women make up approximately 1% of the US population? That's 3,161,489 preggos!!! And over 86% of these 3 million ladies experience morning sickness during their first trimester. Calling all my pregnant ladies...You do not have to live your first 12-13 weeks worshiping the porcelain god. Take your life back and get rid of pregnancy induced nausea. Say "No Mo Nausea" with the No Mo Nausea Band. They make the best baby shower gifts too!

Nausea and vomiting does not stop in the first trimester of the pregnancy. If you were anything like me during my first pregnancy, these bands could've really helped. Besides being moody and the normal other symptoms, my nausea and vomiting was the WORST. I lost a total of 17 pounds in the first 4-5 months on my pregnancy. I actually had people come up to me and tell me "Oh, wow you look great!", and I then had to express to them that I shouldn't have been losing so much weight.

The nausea and vomiting resurfaces after having a C-section. The joys of enjoying your newborn after birth will have to go on hold after having a C-section. The recovery period that accompanies a C-section is fill with the wearing off anesthesia, pain and medications. Vomiting and nausea are side effects to this recovery period. To combat these side effects there are expensive pharmacological treatment that can be offered. However, there is now an inexpensive and all natural band called the NoMoNausea band. Using methanol as the primary product within the peppermint, the NoMoNausea band creates the spasmolytic effect to help with the nausea and vomiting.



July 07, 2014 by jacqueline darna