Mums-to-be, your bodies are AMAZING! Creating new life is no easy feat.
During pregnancy, your body is supporting both you and your growing bub. This is on top of alterations in maternal tissues and metabolism. So, the requirements for protein and nutrients, such as folate, calcium, iron and zinc are higher.
Not to mention, during foetal growth in later trimesters your body is expected to use even more energy.
Enter the Healthy Mummy Pregnancy Smoothie. It is Formulated with special, high-caloric ingredients with pregnancy in mind, helping to combat icky morning sickness and exhaustion. It also has lots of important nutrients.
While pregnant, mum Rhiannon experienced morning sickness and used The Pregnancy Smoothie. She says,
“I was diagnosed with severe morning sickness and for a long time [Healthy Mummy Pregnancy Smoothies] were the only thing I could get to stay down. The amazing thing about the smoothies is that you know from the Healthy Mummy’s reputation that you are giving your body and your growing little one an amazing boost of nutrients.”
To celebrate the new design of the Pregnancy Smoothie, we have created this 5-Minute Avo-Berry Pregnancy Smoothie recipe. It is easy on the tummy, and it’s positively YUM! One glass meets 44% of your RDI of protein and 29% dietary fibre for pregnancy.
WANT MORE like this? Try this Peanut Butter Pregnancy Smoothie, too!
More Pregnancy Recipes and Tips for Mummies in the Making:
- Check out these Energy Boosting Tips from Pregnant Mums-To-Be
- What not to eat, read about 7 Foods to Avoid During Pregnancy
- Interested in the Healthy Mummy Pregnancy Smoothie, read what this Nutritionist has to Say About it!
Disclaimer: Always speak to your doctor before changing your diet, taking any supplements or undertaking any exercise program during pregnancy. The information on this site is for reference only and is not medical advice and should not be treated as such, and is not intended in any way as a substitute for professional medical advice.
Our plans promote a healthy weight gain in pregnancy to benefit the mother & baby and you can read more on this here