If you’re pregnant with triplets, you’re one in somewhere between 7,000 and 8,000 pregnant women, estimates KidsHealth.org, an online health and parenting resource maintained by the Nemours Foundation. That fact puts your pregnancy into a special category where the regular guidelines may not always apply. Doctor visits, weight gain and even your pregnancy diet may be different from women who are pregnant with one baby.
Menopause, sometimes referred to as the change of life, is a normal, natural part of the aging process — not a disease or medical condition. Menopause refers the end of a woman’s reproductive fertility when a woman’s ovaries cease to produce viable eggs and is marked as having occurred 12 months after her final menstrual period. Women can prepare for the change by starting a healthy exercise, diet and lifestyle routine.
Many women want to lose some flab off their bellies or have a more muscular abdomen. The book “The Abs Diet for Women,” by David Zinczenko and Ted Spiker, promises women a way to achieve a flat, strong abdomen in six weeks by eating meals centered on what the authors call the 12 “power foods”: nuts, such as almonds, beans and legumes, berries, green vegetables such as spinach and broccoli, low-fat dairy products, eggs, plain oatmeal, whole grains, lean meats, peanut butter, whey powder and olive oil.
The idea of a fad diet doesnt really sound healthy, when you think about it. Shouldnt a diet be something that you do for the long term, and not some fleeting pop culture idea? Being able to stay consistent with your eating habits, along with making sure you can enjoy yourself from time to time, is the key to staying in shape and looking great. So, lets take a look at some of the most dangerous diets to avoid. 1. Low Fat Diet