Nutrition · Parenting · Pregnancy

New Year’s Resolution: Leave weight out of the equation!

Is this the year you and your partner are planning to have a baby? You may be thinking about the healthier choices you need to make to improve your chances of getting pregnant. I say skip the diet and keep weight out of the equation. Instead trust other signs to guide you to a healthier… Continue reading New Year’s Resolution: Leave weight out of the equation!

Baby's First Year · Nutrition · Parenting

Skip the fad diet to achieve a healthy weight after baby

How do I lose the baby weight? That’s the question I get asked most often when I first see a parent after their baby is born. More recently at a Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program, a new mother asked this exact thing. She wondered how she would ever lose the pregnancy weight if she wasn’t expected… Continue reading Skip the fad diet to achieve a healthy weight after baby

Nutrition · Pregnancy

7 tips to reach a healthy weight after pregnancy

Congratulations – You just had a baby!  You did well gaining the recommended amount of weight in pregnancy.  But now that baby is born, it may be time to lose the extra weight. Being at a healthy weight is important for health.  It is recommended to have gradual weight loss by eating a variety of… Continue reading 7 tips to reach a healthy weight after pregnancy

Nutrition · Pregnancy

I’m pregnant: Where does the weight go? 

As a Dietitian, this is a common question asked by many of my pregnant clients.  The truth is – the extra weight gained in pregnancy goes to many places in the body. Gaining weight is an expected and normal part of pregnancy, and sometimes it’s hard to know how much weight is a healthy amount to gain.… Continue reading I’m pregnant: Where does the weight go? 

Breastfeeding · Nutrition

Do I have enough breast milk to feed my baby?

Almost all mothers go through a period when they think they don’t have enough breast milk.  Sometimes mothers worry about this soon after the birth of their baby.  Other times it is after breastfeeding is well established. The good news is that most women have more than enough breast milk to feed their baby. Get off to a… Continue reading Do I have enough breast milk to feed my baby?