Protein: Crucial for Growth and Development
Protein supplies you with the amino acids that are crucial for the growth and development of your baby, the placenta, uterus, breast tissue, amniotic fluid, and blood volume. Are you getting enough--or too much?
Chef Meg's Sweet Potato Tarts Try these light and low-fat personal pies for dessert during the fall. They're a great substitute for pumpkin pie or sweet potato casserole.
NOTE: To boost the fiber, you can look for whole-wheat phyllo dough, which is available in the healthy food freezer section of many grocery stores.
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Posts: 1 2/4/10 9:25 A
Hi all, new on these discussion boards. I'm ten pounds down since being more "careful" about what I'm putting into my mouth. I'm a mom of 2 - 3 1/2 year old boy and 10 month old girl. I'm hoping some more weight will drop once I stop nursing. Good luck to all of you in leading healthy lives!
For the team leader - the team name "Mommy's of Preschoolers" is not grammatically correct. Sorry, I'm a fifth grade teacher and these things drive me nuts. The plural of mommy is mommies, it is currently written mommy's which means that the mommies possess something. Just a thought and a vent. You might consider changing it.
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