What You Should Know
The Green Pregnancy Diet is about creating a new way to eat that is beneficial to both mother and unborn child. The Green in the title refers to an animal free and totally organic way of eating. The concept is to remove all hormones and toxins from your body as well as your environment. Those interested in creating a “greener” lifestyle should read this review.
The Green Pregnancy Diet is a good way to start of your baby’s life and enhance yours. It follows the ideas of removing the toxic chemicals that are found daily in the average kitchen. Nutrition is promoted as completely organic vegetables, proteins and whole grains. Readers are strongly encouraged to eliminate meat and fish from their diets along with processed foods. There are 20 recipes included to aide pregnant women in the quest to control their cravings for milk chocolate or that box of sugar cookies. The Green Pregnancy Diet can be found on Amazon for $13.95
- The Green Pregnancy Diet opens your eyes to the toxic chemicals in your everyday life.
- The Green Pregnancy Diet is relevant throughout pregnancy and into baby’s first years.
- The Green Pregnancy Diet promotes an overall lifestyle change to increase the chances of a healthy baby.
- This does not address exercise during pregnancy.
- The switch from a diet full of sugar and red meat to one of pure organics and vegetable proteins may be difficult for some. Especially with the hormonal changes during pregnancy.
- The lack of animal protein is a concern for a great deal of obstetricians because of a woman’s delicate iron levels during pregnancy.
- This diet is designed for women only.
- This diet is not really targeted toward weight loss.
The Green Pregnancy Diet provides the information women need to begin changing their eating habits from junk food to healthy foods. Making such a switch may be extremely difficult for some women. The objective is to change your eating habits into a healthier way of living. This is not intended to be just during pregnancy but to be carried on throughout your life. The one component that should also be considered in a healthy lifestyle is the amount of exercise you receive. That does not equate to jumping into a aerobics class. Look for an exercise class that is specifically for expectant mothers. There are numerous options available, including yoga. Combine that with the chemical free diet and living space for a healthier way of life. Women who have a history of, or are concerned about their iron levels, should consider taking supplements in order to stave off a possible deficiency that can be harmful to both you and your unborn child.