Ask The Experts.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome & The Role Your Diet Can Play

Did you know that it takes an average of 2 years and 3 doctors for a woman to be diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). 2 years. 3 doctors. For many women, the painful journey to a PCOS diagnosis can take even longer, as this all-too-common condition continues to mystify healthcare professionals and researchers, leading […]

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Food.

4 Low-Sugar Treats to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Earlier this week, we spoke with Eleanor Strang, Registered Nutritional Therapist and advisor for Dr. Morton’s Medical Helpline, about how we can eat well and better manage our blood sugar. It’s always important to pay attention to how the food we put on our plate affects how our body feels; and during pregnancy, that’s more […]

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Food.

Is There Such A Thing As An Optimal Fertility Diet?

“What are the best foods to eat when trying to get pregnant?”. We hear this question a lot, and chances are it’s run through your mind before, too. With the launch of our brand new Trying To Conceive program on the Baby2Body app, we’re so excited to be able to dig deeper into these questions […]

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Kids + Baby.

5 Incredible Ways Dad’s Lifestyle Can Promote Baby’s Health

You probably know that the Baby2Body ethos is based off our firm belief in happy, healthy mothers making for happy, healthy babies. A woman’s lifestyle behaviors in the preconception phase, throughout pregnancy, and in early postpartum have a massive impact on baby’s development in the womb and they even lay the foundation for adult health […]

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Wellbeing.

Maternal Mental Health Isn’t Created Equal

Do you ever wonder: “How likely am I to have postpartum depression?” Well, one in seven new mothers suffer from postpartum depression (based on U.S. statistics). Additionally, between 50 to 85% of new mothers experience what is known as the “baby blues” after giving birth––and even if the low mood they experience isn’t severe enough to […]

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Wellbeing.

Feeling Alone? We Take A Look At Pregnancy & Postpartum Loneliness

First-time mothers are especially susceptible to feeling lonely during their pregnancy, primarily due to inaccurate, often unrealistic, representations of what pregnancy is really like and perceived expectations that it will be a time of blooming, relaxing and nesting in complete happiness. One of the common misconceptions with loneliness is that you have to be by […]

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