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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.
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Your Pregnancy Weekly Guide:
When you're 39 weeks pregnant, your baby is making final preparations for her arrival:
When you're 39 weeks pregnant, your body makes final preparations for your baby's first meal.
If you are planning to breastfeed, it is more important than ever to be vigilant with your diet.
Important nutrition tips for lactating moms include:
Here’s an easy way to make sure you are getting the nutrients you and your baby need for breastfeeding. Before your baby arrives, try to plan ahead for nutritious meals after she arrives home. If you can, cook and freeze a few simple meals that you quickly can reheat in the oven or microwave. Stock up on nutritious foods and snacks to make mealtime easier with a newborn in the house.
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