Author: The Pregnancy Pantry
There’s many upsides to being pregnant over the holiday season. BUT being the designated driver over the holiday period when all those around you are knocking back the drinks can be a tad annoying, or maybe being surrounded by so much raucousness when you’re sober is what’s annoying, hey who knows.
I think it’s fair to say that despite what side you fall on – lover or hater – there’s’ one thing we can all agree on and that’s in recent years, the Brussel Sprout has undergone a truly phenomenal makeover. From the days when they were nothing but soggy, over boiled and completely under valued balls of mush which we pushed half-heartedly around our plate, to the now fashionable, crunchy, versatile dish that comes covered in bacon, chestnuts, cranberries and more.
Are you all set for Halloween? I know I know; it’s not quite the trick or treating, ghouls and goblins weekend we may all have planned and lets be honest, we’ve been wearing a face mask and eating sweets all year so what’s another day? […]
When we ask our doctor or midwife about ways in which we can combat morning sickness they may well tell us that it’s just a part of pregnancy, to deal with it and it’ll go in a few a weeks. Hmmm cheers doc, that was […]
When we decide to have a baby it’s a huge decision and our nutritional status from before we conceive right through our pregnancy and beyond will impact on our health and well-being as well as that of our baby, both short term and long term.
Folic acid, also known as folate or Vitamin B9 is a group of B Vitamins that is crucial during pregnancy. The need for folic acid is not only important during pregnancy but should also be taken in the months leading up to conception if you are actively trying to conceive.