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Your prepregnancy diet can have an impact on your future baby's health and well-being
My preconception diet

6 simple food swaps before you get pregnant

Even before conceiving, your diet and lifestyle can have an impact on your future child’s health and well-being.

Eating a healthy fertility diet that contains adequate amounts of fruit, vegetables, grains, and protein – along with leading an active lifestyle that excludes alcohol and smoking – is consistent with health recommendations for women who are trying to conceive.

A few simple changes can make a big difference: Swap white bread for wholegrain bread, burgers and fast food for lean meat, sugary sodas for mineral water, cereals with lots of sugar for wholegrain cereals, coffee for caffeine-free alternatives and cookies for fresh fruit.

6 simple food swaps before you get pregnant

By making one simple change a day, in just one week your pre-pregnancy diet is higher in fiber, B vitamins and minerals, yet lower in salt, sugar, saturated fat, and caffeine.

Your body is getting baby-ready! Good news for you and your baby-to-be!

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