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Some women think that being pregnant means they have the opportunity to slack off and pack on the pounds, adopting the whole "I'll lose it after I have the baby" mantra. Nine months without exercise is a long time, and it may not cross your mind now, but you'll be kicking yourself seventy pounds later when you're dragging yourself to the treadmill. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology recommends around thirty minutes or more of moderate exercise daily for expectant mothers. Benefits associated with exercising when pregnant include quicker recuperation after the birth of the baby, maintaining a more positive attitude during pregnancy as well as not gaining as much weight during pregnancy. Exercising when pregnant may sound like a lot of work, but we've got proof that working out when pregnant can actually be a lot of fun. see exercises
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If you're seeking pregnancy health tips and advice, you've come to the right place. From the foods that will help you feel fabulous to the beauty products that are safe for you and your growing baby, you'll find the expert advice and research-proven tips you're looking for in these pages. Consider this your guide to the health tips you need for a healthy, happy pregnancy.
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