From the moment you wake up, to the moment you go to bed, here’s our pregnancy timetable for your day to keep you and your baby blooming…
“Hunger seems to be a main influence on morning sickness,” explains Fiona Ford from www.eatingforpregnancy.org.uk. “If you wake in the night, try having a midnight snack such as a banana, cracker or digestive biscuit to help.”
If it’s possible, have breakfast before you get going in the morning, and if you’re really not hungry straightaway, have a graze or nibble on something such as a plain biscuit early on before your main breakfast.
“My morning sickness seemed to last all day and was a lot worse when I was hungry, so I made sure I ate little and often to try and keep it at bay. Plain baked potatoes and a few salt and vinegar crisps really did the trick during the day," said Charlotte Stedman, 27, from Cornwall, mum to Maisie, 17 months and Emilia, 10 weeks.
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