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Eating a healthy diet while you are pregnant will help you and your baby get important nutrients.

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Eating for a healthy pregnancy

Making healthy choices is especially important while you are pregnant. Eating well gives your baby the nutrients she needs to grow and develop. It also helps lower your risk of having health problems such as low iron or high blood pressure. Here are answers to some common questions about eating for a healthy pregnancy.

Food safety during pregnancy

Food safety is important to everyone, but it is especially important while you are pregnant. The hormones in pregnancy change your immune system, making it easier for you to get a foodborne illness (food poisoning). Even if you don’t feel sick, the microorganisms that cause food-borne illness can cause serious harm to your baby.

Healthy weight loss after pregnancy

Need help losing weight after your pregnancy? Read on to get tips to lose weight in a healthy and gradual way.

How much weight should I gain during my pregnancy?

Healthy weight gain during pregnancy helps your baby grow and develop. It also helps lower the risk of health problems for you and your baby.

Keeping your baby healthy during pregnancy

Do you have questions about what you can do to help keep your baby healthy during pregnancy? Read on to get important information about alcohol, caffeine, energy drinks, supplements and more.

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Chicken and Corn Chowder

This delicious, creamy soup was a great hit with both children and adults.

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