Pregnancy App Article: "What's new this week?"

Week 34
Eating in pregnancy
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You may feel as if you could eat a horse, but when you sit down to a meal you can barely manage a fetlock. Having a large baby pressing on your stomach means you'll do better eating little and often.

Small meals are also less likely to exacerbate heartburn. Do feel free to have as many small meals as you like though. At this stage, no one is going to quibble with you.

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I never ate much throughout either of my pregnancies, was nauseous the whole time, and what I did eat was really limited in variety. Both daughter are totally fine, and will eat anything put in front of them!
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I had to basically force myself to eat for the first two trimesters - it was maddening to be accused of dieting by the obstetrician when I didn't gain weight! I developed a major cake habit in the last couple of months, but didn't ever make up the weight that I 'should' have put on. My baby was over 8lb, so it didn't seem to do her much harm. 
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I can't stand food either. I have developed an aversion to red meat and tea and I can't eat until 8 or 9pm. Even then it's small, grazing stuff.
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What's on your plate this week?
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