It is important to remember that once the baby is born and the Gestational Diabetes is essentially over, there is still an increased risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. It is important to continue a healthy diet.
(Date published: 15/07/2013)
Pregnancy is not a time to ‘go crazy’ and eat whatever you like whenever you like. Yes, you do have the best excuse ever to gain weight right now, but the amount and type of foods you eat will have lasting effects on the health of you and your baby.
(Date published: 8/04/2012)
A woman’s nutritional status pre-pregnancy is extremely important. All women planning a pregnancy should ensure their body is in the optimal condition for the long and hard task ahead.
(Date published: 28/02/2011)
Gestational Diabetes occurs later in pregancy in some women who have a family history of diabetes or are overweight.In order to prevent complications at birth. it is treated by a controlled diet and testing blood sugars. It is wise to see a dietitian.
(Date published: 3/09/2010)
During pregnancy you need more nutrients to keep you and your baby healthy. Your body will be undergoing many changes, and it's important that you eat a nutritious and well balanced diet.
(Date published: 6/10/1999)