Recipe for Dinner
60 ml/4 tbsp peanut butter 30 ml/2 tbsp olive oil
5 mill tsp lemon juice
5 mill tsp soy sauce Pinch of dried tarragon
Mix together all the ingredients and chill before serving as a dip or salad dressing.
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Conditions such as gestational diabetes put the mother at risk as well. According to the World Health Organization, around twenty-eight women die in the United States for every 100,000 births. This number has more than doubled since 1990, resulting in the United States being the only developed country that has a maternal mortality rate that is on the rise.2 This is due to a plethora of issues that face pregnant women, including increased rates of obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. What do all of these conditions have in common? It is possible to combat and regulate them through diet alone. Unfortunately, the outdated nutrition recommendations made by the literature provided in the offices of many OB-GYNs may actually cause these conditions not prevent them! In addition to nutrition recommendations given in pamphlets that I received from my doctor, I began to explore the information in popular pregnancy nutrition books as well. I came across a bestselling pregnancy nutrition book that boasts examples of daily menus including the sample shown on the next page.