Pregnant? Avoid 'eating for two'

Posted at: 08/13/2013 1:58 PM
By: Rachel McNeill, KPRC

Moms to be are familiar with the phrase "eating for two," but registered dietitian and author Bridget Swinney said that age-old concept is potentially dangerous to mom and baby.

"You only get one chance to make a healthy baby, so you really need to make every bite count," she explains.

One of her superfoods of choice: antioxidant-rich berries, which go great with yogurts, booking digestive and immune health while lowering the risk of pre-eclampsia.

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