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care of yourself. Part of feeling your best is making sure you get the extra nutrition you need so you have energy — for you and for your baby.
"Expectant and breastfeeding moms need complete balanced nutrition. That is why I recommend Similac Mom, along with a healthy diet rich in essential nutrients."Dr. Sonja Wicklum, MD.
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Your Pregnancy Weekly Guide:
During this 30th week of pregnancy, your baby continues to steadily add weight and important, insulating layers of fat to his body.
Your days are filling up with preparations for your baby's arrival, and you might find yourself with less and less time for menu planning. If you've found yourself reaching for convenience foods, work in these healthier substitutions during pregnancy.
|Instead of This||Try This|
|Ice cream||Frozen yogurt topped with granola, sliced berries, and a few dark chocolate shreds|
|Potato chips||Baked potato chips or low-fat soy crisps or veggie chips or steamed, lightly salted edamame (soy beans)|
|Chocolate candy bars||Trail mix with equal portions of nuts, seeds, dried fruit and chocolate-covered raisin, or chocolate-covered almonds or a few pieces of dark chocolate|
|Cheeseburger||Turkey burger or veggie burger, topped with avocado, tomato, and lettuce on a thin whole-wheat bun|
When you're 30 weeks pregnant, your growing uterus might press on nerves in your legs or arms, causing your legs, toes, or entire arms to tingle. This is normal for some women and will disappear after your baby's birth.
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