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Pregnancy weight gain

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A mom-to-be does not need to eat for two

Gaining the recommended amount of weight during pregnancy can help your baby’s development before birth and ensure a normal weight at birth. 

Typically, a woman beginning pregnancy at a healthy weight doesn’t have increased energy requirements during the first 3 months of pregnancy, but she will need 350-400 extra calories each day during the last 6 months of pregnancy for healthy growth and development of her baby.

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