Healthy Expectations: Preparing a Healthy Body for a Healthy Baby

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Creation House, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 237 pages
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When you're pregnant you don't have to expect to be sick, tired, and fat. Although pregnancy can be a difficult time to stay healthy, it is possible to overcome morning sickness, assure your ideal weight gain, and achieve boundless energy and peak stamina. Healthy Expectations shows you how to prepare a healthy body for a healthy baby, and includes recipes, meal plans, and more from the author of the best-selling books, Eat Well -- Live Well and Food For Life.

Healthy Expectations: A Nine-Month Diary and Devotional is the perfect gift book for expectant moms with a colorful interior design by Garborg Design Works. It includes daily tips for having a healthy pregnancy, scripture verses, prayers, and devotions written by the author and several other popular Christian women.

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Pamela M. Smith, R.D., is the author of several bestselling books, including Eat Well, Live Well; food for Life; and The Energy Edge. A sought-after national expert on women's health, she is also a leader in the wellness movement and a popular speaker and media guest. Pam's daily radio tips for Living Well are broadcast across North America and in seven foreign countries. Through her work with nationally famous sports figures such as Shaquille O'Neal and sports organizations such as the Orlando Magic, the WNBA, and the PGA, Pam Smith has earned a place as one of America's most trusted nutritionists.

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