Women’s Health Healthy Families: Prenatal Health

Daily Health Reviews   11/05/2010 5:49   Comments»  

The growth of a healthy child is one of the most important tasks of your life. Prenatal Health examines proper diet and nutrition to ensure best that you and your baby all the vitamins, minerals and calories for a healthy pregnancy are needed. Learn basic methods of maintaining a healthy diet during pregnancy. How do you feel emotionally and physically during pregnancy directly affects you and your baby well-being. Prenatal Health explains how to control and manage your stress, and how proper exercise has a direct and positive effect on women’s pregnancy and birth. Series: Women in good health, Healthy Families “[11/2004] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 8910]

Runs better than in the open air on the treadmill? If you exercise on an empty stomach? Holly Perkins good help bust myths about health. Video Rating 4 / 5

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  3. Tibetgirl25  

    Incredible Video! i will definately follow all the Do’s n Donts during my pregnancy.its my first pregnancy and i m trying my best to get all the info and importance of healthy preg. this video is great and will definately help me.. Thank you so much for uploading!looking foreward for more.

  4. EvettBrown  

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  5. 1888junkteam  

    excellent worker!

  6. CarlosSpartaSilveti  

    What works for some might not work for others.

    For example, when I want to get shredded I “only” eat 3,300 calories a day. Most people would not be able to do this and get ripped. I burn fat extremely easily, but I just cannot put up muscle easily at all (15 inch arm, lame).

    On the contrary, my best friend puts up muscle like a gorilla very fast (18 inch arm, damn), but he finds it hard to lose fat even if he goes down to 2,000 calories a day.

    Just be happy with what you have!

  7. vention4wh  

    Good Crimeny! That’s one hot young woman.

  8. pmbpro  

    @sleepingowl1 wrote: “Thats the reason woman should not be firefighters!Not enough body strength to pull a 200 pound man out of a burning building,”

    If it’s YOU, maybe she shouldn’t bother.

  9. jojo808  

    @ajcurly Grains aren’t the only form of carb .How about fruit ? Besides ,there are people who have successfully eaten grains for thousands of years . Rice.

    But your’e right in part .,not all humans have evolved to eat the same diet .

  10. CSRiddick  

    @ajcurly sorry for replying for and old comment but STOP being so stupid,60% of your energy should come from carbs,yes grain is a major source of carbs and yes we are not realy made to eat raw grains but we dont eat it raw and there are tons of other carbs sources like fruits and vegetables wich we can easly digest since we are primates,also cows are not realy made to eat grains they have 4 stomachs because it needs to get everything from the low nutrion grass and other vegetations.

  11. CitizenDick1  

    She’s good-looking! Red-haired woman!

  12. candyhearts881  

    She didn’t say that you need carbs for your energy. You just need some kind of energy and our bodies get that from food. Working out on an empty stomach may make you skinny, but it will make you lose muscle mass which is not a good thing.

  13. ajcurly  

    Bad myth there….you need carbs for energy huh? Bull crap. You go a head and keep eating your grains….good luck with that crap. You should know if you are an expert that the human body was not designed to eat grains! Cows and animals with more than one stomach are made to eat grains. Working out in a fasted state is proven time and time again…..I do it……1000’s do it and it works….there is plenty of research out there. Quit listening to conventional wisdom!

  14. naniekso  

    shes hot

  15. mattlikespeoples  

    Could you go into more depth with where she’s wrong? Just because you CAN run marathons does not mean you understand how the body works.

  16. Vinny128128  

    I am also a marathon runner and weight lifter, one who used to be obese and weak, and I found everything she said to be exactly true.

    What points do you think were wrong?

  17. katomm1  

    i’d hit it

  18. Zeldakitteh  

    @EFESORJM Which part of is wrong?

  19. roidroid  

    @daskriege If you are air-conditioning your shit, your doing it wrong.

  20. roidroid  

    sessions should last 70-90 minutes?
    Aww man i’ve only been doing 30.

  21. EFESORJM  

    who paid this girl to say this?
    I am a marathoner and, let me tell know, she is not even half right!

  22. Paulginz  

    If the treadmill didn’t offer resistance (think of a slippery carpet.) then there would be a weight balance problem since you aren’t moving forward.
    However, if you push back hard on the treadmill, you shouldn’t be able to make it accelerate so this is not the case and those saying that the treadmill and outside dynamics are the same are essentially correct.

    However, there are definitely differences in the softness of the ground etc that make running on a treadmill different.

  23. Taaayllor  

    Does anyone eat junk food while running on the treadmill?

  24. chujciwdupedwarazy  

    Aah hejzwej… You don’t understand physics, plus I think you don’t jog anyway;)
    Running outside is healthier I agree, but running mechanics/movements on a treadmill and a fixed track are the same. This is where we differ for now, in the future maybe someone will explain this better than I could:)

  25. Hejzwej  

    You could try it yourself…
    Whether you do the same workout on a treadmill or outside, you still won’t see the same results. Running outside “is” healthier.

  26. Hejzwej  

    halcyonyear wrote:
    On a treadmill you are not pushing forward, you’re pushing up. you could essentially do the same thing by hopping instead of running.

    The treadmill also forces you to do the running movements. That’s what I’m trying to say… and no I don’t have any “Eurekas” because it’s common sense. The human body isn’t designed to be running on a track that helps you to get forward.

  27. chujciwdupedwarazy  

    Ok I think we’re getting closer to a consensus. The thing is, in the outdoor case, the track is a part of the world around.
    Relative to the track=relative to the world. This being said, it will be easier to refer to the track only.
    In the treadmill case, the track is seperate from everything around (the world doesn’t move with the track). Again, let’s seperate those things and refer only to the track also in the treadmill case.
    We don’t need the world anymore;) Any Eureka!’s yet, Hejzwej?:)

  28. Hejzwej  

    I get your point, but in this case when you run outside there “is” a world. When you run on the track at speed v, you have to run twice as fast to get forward at speed v (in relation to the world) when the track starts rolling back at speed v. So the issue with a treadmill is that if you run at speed v on a track that rolls back at speed v you won’t get anywhere in relation to the world which means you don’t have to shift the center of your weight.

  29. Hejzwej  

    chujciwdupedwarazy wrote:
    Now, lets assume the track is fixed (as in running outside) and the runner… runs, with some speed v.
    Secondly, lets assume the runner stops and the track itself is pulled back with speed v. The runner has to start running so that he doesn’t fall or doesn’t get pulled back with the track.

  30. chujciwdupedwarazy  

    continuation of the previous…

    His movements while running in both cases are identical (the start may be a bit different). In both cases the runner is moving in relation to the track.

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