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Pregnancy Nutritionists Fallon NV

Pregnancy nutritionists offer professional counseling on nutrition during pregnancy. Read on to learn more information on pregnancy nutritionists in Fallon, NV and gain access to pregnancy diet information, pregnancy nutrition supplements, pre-pregnancy nutrient requirement, vitamin needs, daily calcium intake, as well as advice and content on pregnancy food guide.

Koch Mary Rd
(775) 428-6644
801 E Williams Ave
Fallon, NV
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Nutritionist

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Country Health
(775) 423-5777
2133 W Williams Ave
Fallon, NV
Services
Diabetes Education, Nutrition Counseling, Weight Management, Diet Plan, Sports Nutrition, First Consultation, Weight Loss
Hours
Sunday:Closed
Monday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:Closed

Rem Nevada
(702) 889-9240
5693 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV
 
Rem Nevada
(702) 889-9240
5693 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV
 
Country Health
(775) 423-5777
2133 W Williams Ave
Fallon, NV
Industry
Nutritionist

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Country Health
(775) 423-5777
2133 W Williams Ave
Fallon, NV
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Nutritionist

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Vitamin Researc
4610 Arrowhead Dr
Carson City, NV
 
Sierra Dietetics
(775) 884-0544
302 N Minnesota St
Carson City, NV
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Nutritionist

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Koch Mary Rd
(775) 428-6644
801 E Williams Ave
Fallon, NV
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Nutritionist

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White Pine Nutrition Program
(775) 289-2742
1000 Campton St
Ely, NV
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Nutritionist

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Dangerous Diets

Moms-to-be know the importance of a healthy pregnancy diet for their own health and that of their baby's. But did you know that pre-pregnancy diet is also crucial? There are dangerous foods that you could be consuming that will reduce your risk of conception and cause health problems during a later pregnancy.

It's now suggested that your diet before pregnancy can influence your baby's future risk of developing conditions like diabetes and heart disease. The amount a baby eats in the few weeks after birth can even determine if he or she will develop diabetes in adulthood. If you eat a high fat, high cholesterol diet, your baby could suffer from dangerous health conditions once he or she is older.

Mothers who eat a high fat diet without enough fresh vegetables and fruits have double the chance of having a baby with a cleft palate. Doctors found that women whose pre-conception diet included these foods usually continued these eating habits throughout pregnancy, and their babies suffered the consequences. The women with the Western diets high in sugar and fats had a 1.9 times greater chance of having a baby with a cleft palate or cleft lip.

Doctors also discourage strict regimens such as the Atkins diet, which has dieters increasing the amount of protein they eat. This leads to increased ammonium in the reproductive tract and can hinder conception. Any diet where you're not consuming a particular food group is dangerous for conception, as your body won't have the necessary nutrients it needs for a healthy pregnancy. Our bodies are smarter than we may think, and if you're not eating the right amount of certain foods, you may not even be able to get pregnant. This is why severely underweight and anorexic women will stop menstruating and it will be next to impossible for them to conceive your body goes into starvation mode and knows that you can't carry a baby.

It's also not recommended to follow a vegan diet no animal products of any kind which can resul...

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Healthy Nutrition And Diet

If you follow a healthy diet, you can boost your fertility and increase your chances of having a healthy pregnancy. So, what do you need to eat from each of the major food groups each day to be in prime shape for pregnancy?

Fruits and Vegetables 5-10 servings
You can enjoy foods from this group however you choose fresh, frozen, canned or juiced. One piece of fruit counts as one serving, as does a small salad or glass of juice.

Breads and Cereals 6 or more servings
This food group also includes pasta and rice. These foods give your body energy from carbohydrates, and fiber to maintain a healthy digestive tract. Look for whole wheat products such as wholemeal bread and whole wheat pasta.

Dairy Products 3 servings
Calcium is extremely important for your bones and teeth, and some protein. Eat a variety of low fat dairy products, but avoid raw or undercooked eggs and soft cheese for the risk of food poisoning.

Meat, Fish and Meat Alternatives 2 servings
Eat lean meats, poultry, and fish. If you eat a vegetarian diet, make sure you're getting your protein from other sources like tofu, legumes and nuts.

You need to limit unhealthy foods like fats and oils, sugary drinks and sweets. Use margarine, butter and cooking oils sparingly, and eat fatty or high sugar foods in moderation.

It's not necessary to take a supplement if you are eating a balanced diet and getting the nutrients your body needs. If you want to take vitamins, make sure you switch to prenatal supplements before you conceive, which have lower doses of vitamins and minerals that won't be harmful to your unborn baby. Also, you'll need a folic acid supplement before conception, which reduces the risk of neural tube defects like spina bifida in the developing fetus.

Find ways to add healthy foods to your diet: for example, drink a glass of orange juice each morning to get more folic acid, or have yogurt as a snack rather than a pastry or piece of cake.

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Tips for planning a healthy vegetarian pregnancy

There is no better time to take stock of your lifestyle habits than before pregnancy. If you and your partner have decided to start trying for a family, you both need to take an honest look at what you put into your bodies on a daily basis. After visiting your family doctor for all the appropriate pre conception tests, you should look at your diet and see what needs to be improved. With all the focus recently on the environment and the dangers of factory farming, many people are becoming vegetarian. If you are one of them, you may consider yourself to be healthy enough to be above worrying about your diet when trying to conceive. However, there are some special considerations to be made if you are avoiding animal products and are starting a family.

Because vegetarians avoid meat, they take in significantly less saturated fats than other people. The benefit of this is they are generally healthier with fewer incidences of cardiac disease and diabetes. Although the low levels of body fat found in vegetarians may be aesthetically pleasing, it can hinder pregnancy. Thirty percent of a woman's estrogen supply is created in her body fat and if she has less than in recommended for her height, she may have irregular cycles and therefore a more difficult time becoming pregnant. If you consult the BMI charts available on the internet and at your doctor's office, you can see where you stand in terms of a healthy body weight.

Vegetarians generally have no problem with calcium intake as their diet does not restrict dairy. However, if you are a vegan, you need to take special care to ensure your daily calcium needs are met. Fortified soy milk and orange juice are excellent ways to get your calcium and you might also consider trying grains like quinoa which has the same calcium content as a cup of milk. Vegans also need to be sure they are supplementing their diet with vitamin B12. It's not easy to get this from vegetables and fruit so taking a supplement every day is ...

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