Studies now show that strength training during pregnancy is not only safe and beneficial, but a must for an overall healthy strong body. Gaining or maintaining strength during pregnancy is the key to reducing aches and pains as your body continues to change.
A study by the University of Pittsburgh reported in the Journal of Nutrition that prenatal multivitamin supplements do not prevent a Vitamin D deficiency! Babies born with a Vitamin D deficiency have been associated with having an increase of asthma, impaired growth, skeletal problems, Type 1 diabetes and schizophrenia.
These are just two reasons why you should take a look at this amazing guide, written by a Nutritionist and an Exercise Physiologist.
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