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the doctor can determine which diet changes may be right for you.

You're pregnant. Congratulations…and don't panic! If healthy eating hasn't been a habit, don't worry. Now is the perfect time to make a change you (and your family) will benefit from for decades.

And because the first trimester is one of the most important periods of your baby's development, now really means now.

But it doesn't have to be hard or overwhelming. Here are some simple diet changes that will help make pregnancy a happy and healthy time for both of you!

You're pregnant. Congratulations…and don't panic! If healthy eating hasn't been a habit, don't worry. Now is the perfect time to make a change you (and your family) will benefit from for decades.

And because the first trimester is one of the most important periods of your baby's development, now really means now.

But it doesn't have to be hard or overwhelming. Here are some simple diet changes that will help make pregnancy a happy and healthy time for both of you!

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    My biggest diet challenges are carbs such as pasta, potatoes, rice, crackers, breads. I do well durig the week, however come the weekend I break down and let go completely of all willpower. Having lost 40 pounds, I still have 20 to go and could use some tools to get past the binges. I do follow on facebook and I receive the newsletter.

    Lifestyle changes mean modifying things we have control over. It involves factors that may bring on symptoms or make them worse, such as dietary changes or changes in daily routine. While diet does not cause gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), reflux and its most frequent complaint of heartburn can be aggravated by foods. Certain medications can aggravate symptoms. Disclose the use of any medications to your physician.