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Sign Up For Early Access To Your Personal Gestational Diabetes Coach App

Sign Up For Early Access To Your Personal Gestational Diabetes Coach App

Pregnancy with gestational diabetes can be a challenging time for expectant mothers. The Habits Gestational Diabetes Coach App is here to help, support and guide you through this time. Habits Gestational Diabetes Coach guides you through important topics such as glucose monitoring, healthy eating during pregnancy, weight gain during pregnancy and being active. The app […]

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6 Ways To Get More Active During Pregnancy With A Busy Routine

Get More Active During Pregnancy With A Busy Routine

Being active can help pregnant women to control weight gain during pregnancy and make labor easier. For expectant mothers with gestational diabetes, regular exercise helps to keep blood glucose levels in check and help the body process insulin more efficiently. But life’s busy and sometimes we may not get time to fit in a scheduled […]

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Watch: This Easy Baked Fish Will Be A Hit At Dinner

Watch: This Easy Baked Fish Will Be A Hit At Dinner

Fish is high in protein and low in fat and carbs which makes it the perfect choice for a light dinner. This easy baked fish recipe is yummy, come together really quickly and won’t cause your blood glucose numbers to rise. Try it for dinner tonight!  

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Watch: Low-Fat Zucchini Chips

Low Fat Zucchini Chips

If you’re low fat craving chips,we’ve got you covered! Zucchini chips are a great low-fat alternative to chips. They’re baked not fried and a great low carb way to snack during the day. What you need 2 cups zucchini cut into 1/4 inch thick circles 1/4 cup breadcrumbs 1/4 cup parmesan 1/4 teaspoons of salt, […]

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Recovering After The Birth Of Your Baby

Recovering After Your Baby Is Born

Your gestational diabetes will most likely go away after you give birth to your baby. Unless you actually have diabetes, you probably won’t need to continue checking your blood glucose after your baby is born. However, it’s up to you to take some extra steps to ensure that your gestational diabetes does not develop into […]

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