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by Frances Largeman-Roth RD

eBook Feed the Belly: The Pregnant Mom's Healthy Eating Guide download ISBN: 1402213387
Author: Frances Largeman-Roth RD
Publisher: Sourcebooks; 1 edition (May 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 298
ePub: 1285 kb
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Rating: 4.2
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Womens Health

Guides on food advice during pregnancy abound, and expectant mom and dietitian Largeman-Roth's contribution covers all the basics . There is nothing dry or boring in "Feed the Belly". Largeman-Roth makes it all seem simple

Guides on food advice during pregnancy abound, and expectant mom and dietitian Largeman-Roth's contribution covers all the basics: the nutrients you need when you're trying to conceive, foods to avoid, and foods that offer the most nutrition for mom and baby. But this book tries to become more than just a guide filled with dos and don'ts. Largeman-Roth makes it all seem simple. She comes across like a helpful confidante who wants you to follow her advice without being compulsive about eating healthy. There's a whole chapter on exercise-something that other pregnancy nutrition books skip completely.

Feed the Belly is overdue! If you are pregnant or living with someone who is. .

Feed the Belly is overdue! If you are pregnant or living with someone who is, you will find this book to be invaluable to the pregnancy. It has knowledgeable information, great anecdotes, recipes and tips for navigating the challenges and surprises of pregnancy. Feed the Belly can help in creating a happier, healthier journey for the whole family. The only eating guide for expectant moms that helps indulge cravings while giving baby-and mom-the essential nutrients they need, Feed the Belly offers a complete look at healthy eating for all nine months.

The only eating guide for expectant moms that helps indulge cravings while giving baby—and mom—the essential nutrients they need Feed the Belly offers a complete look at healthy eating for all nine months.

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Frances Largeman-Roth is a New York Times best selling author, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, nationally recognized .

Frances Largeman-Roth is a New York Times best selling author, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, nationally recognized health expert, spokesperson, and mom of three. Frances is the author of Feed the Belly: The Pregnant Mom's Healthy Eating Guide (Sourcebooks, In. 2009) and co-author of the bestselling The CarbLovers Diet (Oxmoor House, 2010) and The CarbLovers Diet Cookbook. She was the team dietitian for Sanjay Gupta’s 2011 CNN Fit Nation Triathlon Challenge. Frances earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University and completed her dietetic internship at Columbia University in New York.

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"Feed the Belly is overdue! If you are pregnant or living with someone who is, you will find this book to be invaluable to the pregnancy. It has knowledgeable information, great anecdotes, recipes and tips for navigating the challenges and surprises of pregnancy. Feed the Belly can help in creating a happier, healthier journey for the whole family." —Cat Cora, the first female Iron Chef and author of Cooking from the Hip

If you've got a bun in the oven...

Feed the Belly is your healthy eating guidebook.

The only eating guide for expectant moms that helps indulge cravings while giving baby—and mom—the essential nutrients they need, Feed the Belly offers a complete look at healthy eating for all nine months. Written by new mom and Health magazine editor and dietitian Frances Largeman-Roth, Feed the Belly covers:

What to eat to get pregnant How to pick the right foods to make your baby smarter Where to get the nutrients you and your baby need Which are the safest seafood picks and when to choose organic How to choose the best fast food and easy on-the-go snacks Stay-fit secrets (yoga poses included!) Get started with a seven-day tear-out eating plan!

With answers to all your pregnancy questions on nutrition, weight gain, food safety, and much more, Feed the Belly offers expectant moms something to sink their teeth into.

Includes a foreword by Food Network Star Robin Miller and more than 65 easy-to-make recipes, organized by craving, including favorites from top chefs like Mark Bittman and Gale Gand

Comments: (7)
Aradwyn
What a great book. It's really entertaining to read, as the author keeps things interesting with her humor and writing style. The information on what to eat / what not to eat is up-to-date with the latest research (for example, you should eat fish, just not certain kinds). Chapters on "germ control" around the house, quick lists of foods to keep in your house, quick lists of no-no's, and more, are so helpful. The author has "been there" with pregnancy, cravings, nutritional needs, and more, and it shows.

I've tried a couple recipes, and they've been pretty mild. If you prefer more flavor in your foods, use the recipes as a base, and pump it up with more spices or extra seasoning. For good recipes, I prefer Eating for Pregnancy: The Essential Nutrition Guide and Cookbook for Today's Mothers-to-Be.

I'm reading several books on pregnancy nutrition, some of which are pretty intense and scholastic. This one is a short, easy, fun read that covers all the simple basics. If you don't want to become a nutrition or herbal healing expert, and just want the short scoop on how to feed your body and baby during pregnancy, this is the right book.
IWAS
The explanations of what my body needed during pregnancy and foods i needed to avoid were very helpful. Most of the suggestions on what to eat in order to get all the necessary vitamins and minerals were great. I was surprised however that the author advocated several processed foods (like fortified cereal and saltines). i was hoping for a book about all natural nutrition. This was the only nutrition book I read and it gave me enough information to create my own plan. I was very diligent about nutrition during my pregnancy and I believe its because of my nutrition that I felt so great, had tons of energy and a fairly simple labor and delivery (all things considered). Eating well while you're pregnant is difficult but very worth it.
Akelevar
When I purchased this book I was looking for a new approach on nutrition with my pregnancy. I am currently 12 weeks pregnant and wanted to start off with a very nutrious diet. This is my 4th prenancy and would say experienced at this point. However, when it came to nutrition with my other pregnancies I was not as concerned as I am now. So when I came across this book I was very excited. I received the book within 4 days I believe (very suprised!) There is very good information in the book about healthy tips and ways to help with morning sickness. This came very handy for me because I was as sick a dog for the first 2 months. There was also information in the book that being a mother of 3 I still didn't know. The only disappointment I have are the recipes. I was wanting to find a book that had easy to make and easy to find ingredients. Don't get me wrong there are lots of simple snack ideas and opprotunity for substitution, however some of the recipes (for me personally) are not realistic. I have to shop for 3 children and a husband. It's very time constraining and money consuming to buy groceries just for me. Overall I would highly recommend this book to first time mother's or even second time mothers. What the hay!!! It was great for this 4th time mother to be.
Styphe
It was an okay book. What to expect when expecting has a lot of the same information plus tons more. This book does go more indepth on what foods give you certain nutrients etc.. Recipes are okay. I use a lot of the organic ingredients they call for but I don't think it's something everyone can afford or would be able to find at their local grocery store. I think they could have found recipes that where better for all budgets then what they did.
Celak
What a perfect book for all grandparents-to-be to give their expectant, or soon-to-be expectant, daughters and daughters-in-law. Much better than our outdated and possibly resented advice! Although this book is so delightful, Grandma will probably read it first or buy two copies and keep one for herself.
Largeman-Roth takes the reader on the journey from pre-pregnancy through the child's birth and breast feeding. As an encouraging, never judgmental coach, she explains how pregnant mothers can best take care of themselves and their babies by discussing what foods are healthiest and why. In a supportive tone, she offers the mother-to-be realistic advice on everything from food cravings to dealing with gas to healthy snacks to eating out at fast food places to drinking enough water to surviving morning sickness to best equipping your kitchen.
Largeman-Roth must have a great sense of humor--this book is fun! It's also remarkably easy to read and understand despite the large amount of nutritional information it contains. There is nothing dry or boring in "Feed the Belly". Largeman-Roth makes it all seem simple. She comes across like a helpful confidante who wants you to follow her advice without being compulsive about eating healthy.
There's a whole chapter on exercise--something that other pregnancy nutrition books skip completely. It includes a list of places to buy hard-to-find maternity exercise clothes, as well as a list of yoga poses that are safe for pregnancy. With obesity such a looming issue these days, Largeman-Roth does the reader a great service by encouraging pregnant women to get--and stay--active. And that's good news for your grandkids too.
Seevinev
I pretty much used this book as my bible when I was pregnant. It gives a lot of helpful tips plus some recipes to make your own shakes and snacks. I highly, highly recommend this book!
Doomwarden
Gave it to a friend who is pregnant for the first time. She loves it!
I was excited to order this book after I found out I was pregnant and read all the great reviews. All in all the book has some good recipes and info but I felt it was a little lacking on new nutrition information. Most of the info is stuff you can learn on babycenter.com. I felt the writing was a bit cheesy also.