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Women who do not gain enough weight in pregnancy face elevated risks of anemia, preterm labor and osteoporosis later in life.
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According to Ellis, "The more underweight you are, the more risk there is. For many women, body image and a lifelong focus on being thin are very powerful attributes that are difficult to move past. Molly Kimball, a registered dietitian and sports and lifestyle nutritionist at the Ochsner Clinic Foundation Elmwood Fitness Center in Louisiana says, "I find there are societal pressures across the board to be thin. It's a huge compliment to many women that they are tiny except for their belly. Karen Stealey was determined not to gain a lot of weight in her pregnancy.
I did not want that to happen to me. When she got pregnant, she went to a nutritionist, followed a food plan and kept a food diary. She also continued to do yoga and a cardio class. Her net gain was 19 pounds.
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She says she is pleased that she now has no stretch marks or roll of fat or skin around her middle. It can be difficult to gain weight during pregnancy, even if you want to. Although some weight gain is recommended in the first trimester, failure to gain is not a deal-breaker. If you don't gain in the first trimester, talk to your health care provider, but don't panic. Elizabeth Johnson didn't gain a single pound during her third pregnancy, despite her efforts. Four and a half months of morning sickness put a huge dent in her appetite.
When she did eat, she was careful to choose very nutrient-dense foods in multiple food groups and did not concern herself with counting calories. But about my sixth month, he started ordering more ultrasounds. Nausea isn't the only culprit. Ellis says, "Women who are thin often have to work harder to gain the weight. Sometimes they exercise and need to eat for both the exercise and the pregnancy. At times, they just have higher metabolic rates. Melanie Nicsinger has always been a size 3. By her 20th week of pregnancy, she had gained nothing, although her doctor wanted her to gain at least 28 pounds and possibly as much as Eight million people in the United States experience eating disorders, so many women come to pregnancy having either overcome an eating disorder or still struggling with one.
Ellis recommends being open with your healthcare providers about eating disorders. She recommends women who have had eating disorders see a registered dietitian and a mental health provider if they think they will feel the urge to diet or purge during pregnancy. If your health care provider is not worried about your lack of weight gain, you shouldn't be either. When you know you're doing everything you can to have a healthy baby, it doesn't matter what other people think or say.
Nicsinger remembers hearing a lot of comments about how she was too thin and speculation about how great it would be to see her big and fat. Ellis agrees. Society needs to support women during pregnancy and not hold women to impossible, unreachable weight standards. To gain weight, add calories to your diet per day and aim for a daily total of calories. Focus on nutrient-dense foods that give you the most bang for your buck. Take advantage of the times when your appetite is at its peak and eat then.
Try to eat every two to three hours.
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An easy way to add calories is to substitute higher calorie beverages. If you tend to fill up quickly, eat carbs and proteins first, then have salad or vegetables. Replace light, diet, or lowfat foods with the regular equivalents such as salad dressing, bread, mayo, sour cream, milk, cheese, yogurt, sweeteners, soda, etc. Aliza Sherman Risdahl is a naturally thin woman who had four miscarriages in two years.
This experience convinced her she needed to gain weight to have a healthy baby. I lived in starvation mode without realizing I was depleting my body of essential fats and nutrients but thinking I was just a super healthy eater and self-disciplined," says Risdahl. It isn't that you have to eat fat or get fat, you just have to nourish your body not starve it. It is about health, not looks. Follow us on Pinterest for pregnancy, labor and baby information and inspiration!
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