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Pregnancy pH-Balanced Diet

Eating a healthy diet during pregnancy helps ensure that you and your baby get the nutrition you need. A pH-balanced diet works with the pH levels of your body as a way to monitor whether you are at optimal health during your pregnancy. Some experts, like Esme Stevens, the founder of Raw Food Europe, believe that following a pH-balanced diet can reduce some negative pregnancy symptoms, like feeling tired.

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Balanced Baby Diet

Feeding your baby for the first time is exciting. Many parents even record the event for posterity. For some mothers, the anticipation quickly turns to worry about whether the baby is getting enough nutrients. It’s sometimes difficult to know just what and how much your baby should eat. Luckily, a balanced diet for babies is not that much different from a balanced diet for adults. The portions are just a lot smaller.

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Balanced Diet for Pregnant Woman

If you are worried about your pregnancy diet, the first person you talk to should be your health care provider. She can address your specific concerns and highlight any special issues that you should keep in mind for your particular pregnancy. In general, though, a healthy pregnancy diet is like any healthy diet: You need a healthy mix of foods to get all the nutrients your body needs.

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A Balanced Diet for Kids

Provide a healthy, balanced diet to your children to help them stay physically fit and ward off diseases caused by high fat, high-sugar diets, such as diabetes and high cholesterol. When children eat a balanced diet, they tend to feel better about themselves and perform better in school and other activities.

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Balanced Diet for Teenagers

According to the USDA Food Guide Pyramid, teenage boys need approximately 2,800 calories each day; girls need around 2,200. The trick, of course, is to make sure those calories consist of healthy foods, balanced in a way that will provide them with all the required nutrients. The best way to accomplish that goal is to review the Pyramid with your teenagers and to ask them to participate in coming up with ideas, and also to ask for their help in preparing some meals and snacks, so that they have some ownership in the plan.