This is a sponsored post in association with Kiqplan.
Are you pregnant and trying to keep fit and healthy this January?
We all know that the old adage "eating for two" doesn't mean "eating twice as much" but when you're pregnant you are eating for both you and your baby. Which means you need to eat healthy, nutritious food in spite of whatever urges you have to live solely off McDonalds and pancakes. This article is written in association with Kiqplan who have developed a digital well-being program for pregnant women. I could have done with a little help keeping on track with a health lifestyle through my pregnancies! I was sick as a dog from day one in my first pregnancy and lived off energy drinks and the odd smoothie*, then in my second I was so pleased not to be vomitting non-stop that I ATE non-stop instead! (*Just remembered that later on, once I stopped puking, my body made up for it by giving me the weirdest braeburn apple cravings!)
There is clear evidence to suggest that exercising in the right way, and eating a well-balanced diet, is good for both you and your unborn child. In addition, being strong, fit and healthy will increase the chances of you having a stress and problem-free labour. Thanks to this new pregnancy fitness plan, the help you need to achieve this goal can be available whenever you need it - at the touch of a button.
|Pregnant and the skinniest I've ever been. Thanks to continual puking!|
NOT good for my pregnancy well-being!