Taking the right supplements, taking those supplements at the right time, controlling blood sugar high’s/low’s, and staying hydrated are the keys to reducing “morning sickness”. This is SUCH a common complaint from the Cindy’s Baby Bump fans – you’re not alone! Make sure you check out Cindy Whitmarsh Fitness for great recipes and tips to […]
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As always, Cindy’s Baby Bump wants you to have a healthy and safe pregnancy, so when it comes to seafood, keep it moderate and keep it cooked! Of course we want you to ask your own doctor what they think about different types of seafood, but if you’re worried about getting enough Omega oils in […]
You can spend a ridiculous amount of money on pills and creams (some of which shouldn’t be used during pregnancy!), but it’s not about what you put ON your skin, it’s about what you put in your body. Now, stretch marks do have a genetic component, but by nurturing your body from the inside-out will […]
Save some money and stop buying those crazy expensive coffee drinks! Would you consider switching to green tea? Get your energy naturally from the healthy foods you eat every day – your baby will thank you for it!
OMG 3rd Trimester, last few weeks and sleeping is an issue! I wish someone could knock me out before I hit the pillow! Gavin likes to play football around 2am. Thats not fun. Anyone have any sleep advise? The doctor told me WARM MILK!!!!!!! Are you kidding me? PUKE! What else you got? Anyone?
30 minutes of cardio, 5-6 times a week will definitely keep you feeling fit and healthy. Swimming is a-ma-zing, power walking is something you can do anytime and anywhere, using a stationary bike, and low-impact cardio classes are all terrific options. Maintaining (or even increasing) lean muscle mass will keep your metabolism on fire. There […]
Here’s the story on some common acid reflux triggers that may—or may not—affect you. Of course, it’s best to avoid the foods that bother you. High-fat foods tend to relax the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) muscle, which usually stays tight to keep acid in the stomach and out of the esophagus. Spicy foods can irritate […]
OMG! Why is it that people just don’t know what to say to a pregnant woman? Here are a few of my favorites! Tell me yours! Cindy 1. Wow! You have really popped! What I want to say: First of all, don’t start your sentence with WOW when you see me and yes I’ve popped […]
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