I've heard some say it was "ll in your head" and since I am cautious to the extreme when it comes down to my weight gain during pregnancy, I question this. I mean, we all of a sudden produce milk when we have a baby. Our body naturally responds that way, so do you think it naturally responds to being pregnant? I ask this because as cautious as I am, I find myself eating more frequently, and wanting more food than I usually do, but I don't think I'm just using pregnancy as an excuse to let it be "okay."
I'm too weight-conscious to let this be my free ticket to binge, yet I notice a big change compared to when I'm not pregnant.
Asked by Anonymous at 2:05 AM on Jul. 5, 2009 in Pregnancy
Well... for one thing, you SHOULD be hungrier than normal, YOU'RE MAKING A BABY!! It's work for your body, so yes, your body should be telling you to eat more. And , I don't think craving something is our body's way of ensuring we get the proper nutrition because, if it were, we'd crave broccoli and only healthy and nutritional things. Most women I know, didn't crave only healthy things during pregnancy!=)
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