The Sad Facts:
Google does not have your back.
Google shows you what's popular amongst their ranking system, not what is accurate.
The evidence continues to build on the importance of nutrition during pregnancy.
As an Institute of Medicine researcher puts it,
"Optimal maternal and fetal outcomes of pregnancy are contingent upon nutrient intakes sufficient to meet maternal and fetal requirements" (IOM, 1990).
You won't get this information at your prenatal visits.
I’ve talked to hundreds of women,
and not one of them has told me their doctor covered one piece of the information reviewed in this program,
simply put, advice to "take a prenatal vitamin" is not enough.
Doctors are amazing for so many reasons, nutrition education is not one of them.