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    Pregnancy Diet: Nutrients You Need
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    When you're pregnant, a balanced diet featuring the healthiest sources of protein, carbohydrate, fat, and fluid will supply most of the nutrients your growing baby -- and you -- need.


    If you want to know which nutrients are high priorities in your pregnancy diet, check out this chart that explains it all.


    Pregnancy Diet: Nutrients You Need


    Has your pregnancy convinced you to change your diet and the way you think about food? Do you eat healthier? Or, has the word "diet" been removed from your knowledge base and you believe the old saying "eating for two" works just fine for you?


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    ~Andie
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