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    Default Whats your daily diet while pregnant

    Just wanting to know what everyone eats during their pregnancy?

    I think i eat ok, im mainly craving fruit, but seemed to have gained 9kgs im only 24 weeks, and im measuring 2 weeks ahead.... im really worried im going to gain alot of weight, with my DS i put on 25kgs..

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    Admittedly I ate a lot of cr@p (bread, etc) but had morning sickness and threw up a lot so I think it evened out in the end mind you, I started overweight so maybe my body didn't feel the need o put weight on (gained 6kg by end of pregnancy and was -5kg straight after birth).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly View Post
    Admittedly I ate a lot of cr@p (bread, etc) but had morning sickness and threw up a lot so I think it evened out in the end mind you, I started overweight so maybe my body didn't feel the need o put weight on (gained 6kg by end of pregnancy and was -5kg straight after birth).
    I was the same. At my height I should be around 55-60 kg, when I fell pregnant I was 74kg. I didn't put on any weight in my pregnancy (I ate like a horse and didn't have MS either). The day before I went into labour I was 73kg. Work that one out lol I can't!!

    I wouldn't stress about it providing you're eating a balanced diet.

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    Breakfast is usually toast, sultana bran or cheesy mite scroll from bakers delight
    Morning tea is a youghurt and maybe a banana
    Lunch is leftovers or a sandwich
    afternoon tea is these puffy potato stick things (only 48 cal per pack)
    Dinner is meat and veggies.
    Just started getting MS all day so have been eating carrot and cucumber sticks which seem to help that.

    Haven't put any weight on yet (16 weeks)

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    I've put on 13 kilos already and I'm 27 weeks started at a healthy weight so recommended not to put on more than 16 kilos.

    Lost 2kg this week though as I've had gastro.

    Normally weetbix or oats for brekky with a banana, snacks are the bad thing for me I have wanted chocolate! I do have almonds as well. Lunch is beans on toast or egg and tomato or cheese and tomato sandwiches mostly. Dinner is meat & 3 veg kind of meals but have been having 1 take out night per week usually pizza it's so bad. Have just stopped that. And more fruit for dessert pretty much.

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    Will add I'm always hungry and if I don't nibble I feel sick but didn't have much morning sickness at all and never threw up

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    Up n go for breakfast

    Apple for morning tea
    Tuna salad or chicken and salad for lunch

    Yogurt and berries for arvo tea

    Meat and veg or meat and salad for dinner


    Ocassionally ill have a sandwich with salad and meat for lunch instead of just as a salad

    Im not perfect all the time tho.. Sometimes ill have a handful of crackers with the kids, or a couple of biscuits or whatever or a couple of spoonfuls of nutella (loll ekkkk)

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    Wallowing in bed like a sow a.m:
    * Free grazing on bowl of raw almonds
    * Free grazing on pistachios

    Finally out of bed a.m:
    * Sultana bran with soy milk, with a cut up banana
    * Yakult
    * Yoghurt

    Seems like 15 minutes later a.m:
    * Free grazing on carrots or fruit.
    *Wistful staring at the snack drawer

    Whenever I decide it's lunchtime a.m:
    * Sandwhich, carrots, steamed vegies

    Lunchtime-dinnertime p.m:
    * Free grazing on nuts, sultanas, and fruit
    * Tuna cans {plural}
    * Tinned soup

    Dinnertime:
    * Meat or fish and vegies

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    Subbing for later when i have time to read and steal ideas. I've had an terrible diet since become pregnant!

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    I've never been a big eater. Eat about 1200 calories a day and hate eating breakfast, however since finding out I am pregnant I've been eating more regularly. Not craving anything (but am missing sushi) but I definitely like eating fresh fruit and veg the most.. and soups!

    Haven't put on any weight yet!! It's been pretty non eventful so far so I've tried not to change much.


 

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