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fit mama real food radio episode 28: pregnancy nutrition and blood sugar regulation with Lily Nichols

by Heather

In episode 28 of Fit Mama Real Food Radio I am joined by Lily Nichols RDN!  She shares her knowledge on pregnancy nutrition and blood sugar regulation, plus nutrient dense foods for pregnancy, the importance of fat and some sugar myth busting!

pregnancy nutrition and blood sugar regulation

Fit Mama Real Food Radio is a weekly podcast where I’ll be sharing insights, education and inspiration focused on living a happy and healthy life.  I’ll be chatting about food, fitness, motherhood and mindset.

Fit Mama Real Food Radio is a weekly podcast where I’ll be sharing insights, education and inspiration focused on living a happy and healthy life. I’ll be chatting about food, fitness, motherhood and mindset.

Pregnancy nutrition and blood sugar regulation

In Episode 28 Lily Nichols joins me to share her knowledge on nutrition for pregnancy.  Lily Nichols is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, researcher, and author with a passion for evidence-based nutrition (especially prenatal nutrition).  Drawing from the current scientific literature and the wisdom of traditional cultures, her work is known for being research-focused, thorough, and sensible.

Topics covered:

  • Lower carb/higher fat approach to prenatal nutrition
  • The importance of fat as a nutrient in the diet
  • Cholesterol in the diet
  • Sugar in the diet
  • Diet approach for gestational diabetes
  • Nutrient dense foods mamas should consider during pregnancy

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What pregnancy nutrition questions do you still have? What is your favorite nutrient dense food pre, during and after pregnancy?

Heather

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