Honestly. I gained alot in my pg.. i was 140 when i got PG and delivered at 220...
My son is so darn skinny he looks like he doesn't eat! when he eats everything in the house.. Perhaps some of the overweight kids are being taught bad habbits. If mom and dad eat bad high saturated fat and tri fats and such.. of course they will gain more weight.. in this world of fast food and mcdonalds , jack in the box and al lthe rest of them.. more kids are eating junk then healthly!!! My kid might eat alot but hes learning good habbits from mom and dad.. eats veggies, loves Fruit and Yogurt.. hes not alowd to drink sodas, juices and things full of sugar.. he doesn't like cookies and cake and such.. eats whole wheat and grains loves rasin bran shredded wheat and non Sugar junk cereals!
Iperhaps they need to go back and study these families sto see what they eat during their PG and how the family eats afterwards!!!View Thread
I'd talk to your doc first before takeing Vitamins outside of the prenatals!! i don't know the affects of overdosing on D..
you can on C.. B vitamins are nearly impossible to od on.. but not sure about D.. wish i could find my book i have for vitamin research when i was looking into helpin gmy Immune issuesand tyroid issues with vitamin regimine even thou the doc said take this and that.. i was checking on them anyway View Thread
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