Best Books For Pregnancy Tips
When you find out you are pregnant there is the initial excitement, but then a little panic when you realise you have no idea what to do! You may have seen friends and family go through it but you are about to go on this incredible, crazy journey and learning more is something you want to do. These are some of the books I have been getting tips and advice from:
Clean and Lean Pregnancy Guide by James Duigan
This was the first book I bought. I love their other books and this book is just so great with awesome practical advice including yoga and fitness exercises. I loved all the inserts from other experts and the layout makes it really easy to digest. There are loads of pictures to break up the dialogue making it an easy read.
Buy it here: http://amzn.to/2llbiS1
You and Your Bump: Simple steps to pregnancy well-being by Emma Cannon
Emma is a friend of mine and an incredible acupuncturist who I have seen for years. She is the fertility goddess and has several books including You and Your Bump; which takes you through each trimester advising you what to eat, tips to help with morning sickness and working through other pregnancy ailments.
Buy it here: http://amzn.to/2laNX39
Your Pregnancy Nutrition Guide: What to eat when you’re pregnant by Henrietta Norton
If you want to get clued up on what to eat during your pregnancy then this is the book for you. With a breakdown on what vitamins to be having and what to supplement with. It’s super informative and has loads of delicious recipes in it too. Henrietta is also the owner of Wild Nutrition the pregnancy supplement I’ve been taking. You can read more about what supplements I’m taking here.
Buy it here: http://amzn.to/2ktpEAf
The Mindful Mom-to-Be by Lori Bregman
This book is like a virtual high five and if you’re a bit spiritual you will love this! There are loads of lovely meditations connecting you with your baby and it’s packed full of helpful tips on relieving back pain and keeping your energy up during your pregnancy.
Buy it here: http://amzn.to/2mkOCkT
Have you read any great pregnancy books? I’d love to hear from you, please leave a comment below.