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5 Guilt-Free Treats for A Happier + Healthier Valentine’s Day

Ahh, Valentine’s Day. We’ve gone a whole month without the temptation of chocolatey sweets and holiday treats – and now our local bakeries, grocery stores, and Instagram feeds are filing back up with sugary confections. To top it all off, everything’s pink! We still don’t know how that color makes everything look extra delicious… We’re […]

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9 Meals Under 550 Calories: HelloFresh Recipes Are Now On The Baby2Body App!

We’re thrilled to bring you a taste of HelloFresh’s new ‘Balanced’ recipes – specifically developed by their team of in-house chefs and nutritionists, making it easy for you to cook well-balanced, nutritious meals from scratch. Their new collection of flavorful and wholesome recipes all clock in at under 550 calories to deliver a lighter meal […]

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How Eating Less Gluten Now Might Help Baby Later

While some wellness fads come and go, recent research has suggested that gluten-free diets might have something to them, especially when it comes to your baby’s long-term health. According to new research published in The BMJ, babies born to mothers who consume excessive amounts of gluten during pregnancy are at increased risk of developing diabetes […]

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How Keto Diets Affect Conception, Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

Ketogenic diets are nothing new, but they’ve definitely been a growing trend in recent months. Whether it’s a diet that you’ve tried, wanted to try, or never even heard of, it’s good to know what it might mean for you. That’s because it’s a diet that can have a big impact on your reproductive health […]

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See Ya, Sugar: How To Cut Back & Our Top Sugar Swaps

We all know that sugar definitely falls on the “not good for us” side of the line when it comes to nutritional value. Your store-bought, standard sugar is heavily processed, high in calories, low in nutritional value, damaging to your teeth, and can be a contributing factor in obesity and Type 2 diabetes. But sugar cravings […]

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How Nutrition Affects Your Mental Health

So much attention has been placed on the link between nutrition and physical health that we tend to forget about the impacts (both positive and negative!) that our diet has on our mental health. Our brain – which controls our physical actions, cognition, and emotional state – is fueled by the same thing that fuels the […]

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Can You Stay Vegan While Pregnant?

Going vegan is on the up with many celebrities choosing to go plant-based, and it seems to have been the most talked-about dietary trend of 2017. Now there are some variations to vegan diets – most notably the surge in whole food plant-based diets – but the big picture is that it’s a diet without […]

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5 Guilt-Free Cupcake Recipes

So maybe these aren’t totally guilt-free, but they’re close enough to it. We’ve pulled together a few of our favorite healthy cupcake recipes to keep your baking fires burning! Or at least to satisfy any sweet tooth cravings you may be having. FYI – it’s National Cupcake Week this week, so you have the perfect excuse […]

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Foods To Help You Keep Your Cool

When the hot weather strikes we all react differently but many of us find ourselves overheating and constantly reaching for an ice pack for cooling relief. We’ve all heard of the cold shower trick and many of us reach for the electric fans at this time of year but surely what we eat can’t affect our […]

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5 Ways To Step Up Your Smoothie Game

It’s been the health craze of the last few years: green smoothies, protein smoothies, smoothie bowls, you name it. Every possible smoothie concoction is out there and probably flooding your social media feed at the same time. Piling a load of fruit and veg into your blender is always going to provide a welcome energy and health […]

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Top 5 Foods To Combat Nausea

It’s one of the most famous side effects of pregnancy… that sometimes crippling and often constant feeling of nausea. You’ll frequently hear complaints about why on earth they termed it ‘Morning Sickness’ when it can strike at any time of day (or night for that matter) and can sometimes last longer than the first trimester. But […]

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