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Pregnancy the Natural Way Paperback – June 25, 2001
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She has organized her book, trimester by trimester, so you can follow along and not miss an important aspect of your pregnancy. After all, once the first trimester is over, you are onto the second! In fact, if you are like me, you are reading all these books before even thinking about getting pregnant. Strangely, they seem to be a great form of birth control.
Pregnancy is not as easy as it looks. Sure, for most people, it is easy to get pregnant, but what do you do then?
If you are like many women who want to plan out their lives to the very second in order to taste life to the fullest, you will enjoy this book as it gives detailed information, comprehensive nutrition plans and exercise suggestions. Along with all the information you really need to know, there are also tips on how to boost your immunity or how to minimize morning sickness.
This book also explains your baby's development.
The Contents include:
Planning for Conception & Pregnancy - how to improve fertility, avoid pollution and reduce stress.
Nutrition - Ideally you should be at peak health before pregnancy.
Boosting Immunity - How to eat for health and boost the immune system with pressure therapy.
Illness during Pregnancy - What do you do if you get a cold and can't take any of the remedies you took before you were pregnant.Read more ›
PS. Kate Winslet is only in the introduction, a good one at that.
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This a really good book to have as well. I still recommed other books. This should be in your connection as well. At first, I didn't want read/buy it/take it of the library. Read morePublished on February 1, 2004 by Jessica A Bruno (waybeyondfedup)