We love having our students come back for a second series when they are expecting subsequent children. It is always interesting to hear which challenges they are facing that are unique to this pregnancy.
We all feel the crunch of time, and when you add a toddler, even more so. One thing most mamas have in common is that they all need ideas to help them eat a more nutritious, whole food diet. So many of us are used to picking up prepared foods, or drive through, or a quick bar from the convenience store...these are not the best ways, nor even economical ways, to feed a growing mama and baby.
Here are couple of sites I have found with great ideas for eating a healthy, whole-food diet, even when you are a busy, working mama (and you can even add kiddos into the mix).
Both of these require some planning, and time on your day off to shop and prepare. The great news is that after that investment of time, you are set for another week. Throw in all your busy - these ideas and meal plans can handle it.
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I hope these ideas help you work fresh, whole foods into your daily life. It does take time and planning. It is always worth it when you see that you have well-fed, useful calories instead of fat, greasy ones.
What is your fast, fresh food tip?
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