Pregnant women often look for drinks labeled ‘non-alcoholic’ to ensure the beverages they consume are safe for their baby.

The Pregnancy Guide to Non-Alcoholic Labels

Pregnant women often look for drinks labeled ‘non-alcoholic’ to ensure the beverages they consume are safe for their baby. But ​​with so many new non-alcoholic options on the market, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which ones are truly safe to drink while pregnant. But fear not, we've got you covered! Here's how to navigate non-alcoholic labels like a pro while sipping sober.
Celebrating St. Patrick's Day during pregnancy can be fun! Check out our mocktail recipes for expecting mothers!!

Alcohol-Free Celebrations For St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day is here! And while everyone is a bit busy planning their Irish celebrations, mamas-to-be can feel left out of the fun. But not to worry, we’re delivering some luck with amazing tips for beating Paddy Day FOMO (fear of missing out) while pregnant, including a delicious mocktail recipe that’ll make you feel like you're seeing double rainbows!
The FDA and EPA recommend eating 2 to 3 servings (8 to 12 ounces) of fish each week when you’re pregnant or trying to conceive.

Is It Safe To Eat Fish During Pregnancy?

The FDA and EPA recommend eating 2 to 3 servings (8 to 12 ounces) of fish each week when you’re pregnant or trying to conceive. Fish are a major source of essential nutrients, including iron, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, iodine, and choline. During pregnancy, these nutrients can help support your baby’s brain, spinal cord, and immune system development.
A pregnant mother-to-be is enjoying a holiday mocktail

Festive Holiday Mocktails To Enjoy During Pregnancy

The twinkling lights are up, a slight chill in the air, and winter festivities are right around the corner. Next year, you’ll get to share your favorite holiday traditions with your baby. You deserve delicious, pregnancy-safe holiday foods and festive drinks. No matter your favorite flavors, we’ve got alcohol-free drink recipes that will put you in the holiday spirit. So, drink and be merry with these cozy holiday mocktails!
Foods To Avoid At Thanksgiving While Pregnant?

Foods To Avoid At Thanksgiving While Pregnant?

Thanksgiving is a beautiful time to sit around with your loved ones and celebrate one of life’s purest pleasures—delicious food! (And, of course, remembering all you have to be thankful for.) Food, friends, and family are all extra important when pregnant, so Thanksgiving is a big deal this year. Just make sure you stay safe and avoid foods that could put you or your unborn baby at risk. Here’s a quick rundown of foods to avoid and enjoy this Thanksgiving.
A pregnant woman checking her blood glucose level to monitor gestational diabetes.

Gestational Diabetes: What You Need to Know

In the United States, gestational diabetes (GD) affects between 2 and 14% of pregnant women.  When you’re pregnant, your body naturally becomes more resistant to insulin. Your pancreas should respond to this change by making more insulin to keep your blood sugar steady. However, this doesn’t happen you have gestational diabetes.. Instead, glucose can start to build up in your blood (aka high blood sugar), increasing  your risk of pregnancy complications and affecting  you and your baby's health. 
 The FDA and ACOG recommends eating 2-3 servings of low-mercury fish per week during pregnancy.

Healthy Pregnancy: Meals Packed with Omega-3 Fatty Acid

Eating well during pregnancy can be challenging for mamas-to-be, between balancing some crazy cravings and intentionally trying to nourish yourself and your growing baby. Here are some fresh, nutritious recipes that will make you feel satisfied and inspired!
Leafy greens are packed with vitamins and minerals that expectant mothers and their babies need.

Simple Protein Packed Recipe For New Moms-To-Be

Looking for a protein-packed meal for you and your growing little one? This low-fat and high-protein grilled chicken pesto with pumpkin seeds recipe will fuel both you and baby in the yummiest way possible!
During your pregnancy journey, you deserve to prioritize self-care.

Pregnancy Self-Care: Important & Beneficial to Mom & Baby

Why is pregnancy self-care so important? More than ever, you deserve to prioritize self-care while pregnant. Plus, it's good for both you and your baby!
Pregnant with PCOS? How To Manage Symptoms With Food & Diet

Pregnant with PCOS? How To Manage Symptoms With Food & Diet

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal condition that can be associated with irregular periods, ovarian cysts, acne, excess body hair, and weight gain. It’s also one of the top causes of female infertility in the United States. The good news? PCOS is totally treatable. With lifestyle changes and medication, many people with PCOS can balance their hormones, regulate their ovulation, and become pregnant.