Morning sickness affects approximately half of all pregnant women and usually occurs between the first and third months of pregnancy. While this pregnancy symptom may not be enjoyable, there are some foods that can help ease the severity of nausea and fight off the urge to vomit. Pregnancy Symptoms | Pregnancy | Morning Sickness | Pregnancy Diet | Nausea
If your sweet tooth demands satisfaction first thing in the morning, bite into this chewy treat. You'll get a generous helping of fiber from the English muffin, not to mention protein, magnesium, and Omega 3s from the almond butter. And don't forget to top it with vitamin B6 rich banana. Some studies suggest that this nutrient may help reduce morning sickness.
Morning sickness affects about 70% of pregnant women. Fortunately for me, I didn't really get it with my first pregnancy and with my second, I started to feel sort of yucky in the mornings but I quickly did something about it that not only made the feeling go away but I have shared this tip with many of the women who do my Fit Mom-To-Be Workouts and the ones I coach online when they tell me they have morning sickness. And every single one has felt better.
60+ ideas for things to eat when you're PREGNANT and NAUSEOUS or BARFING! The best list on the Internet for gathering ideas during the hardest time to get and keep food down!!! Even if you're not pregnant now, pin now and read later! This is great for when you or the kiddos have food poisoning or the flu, too.