If Ralph Lauren had started from scratch, he couldn’t have built a building that suits his image quite like this one does. It was built for Gertrude Rhinelander Waldo, but in spite of its charming personality, she chose to live across the street with her sister rather than move into her new home because her husband, former police commissioner Francis Waldo, died before it was finished. While it was being built, Mrs. Waldo toured Europe, picking up art objects to furnish it, but never unpacked the things she bought. Her mansion stood empty until 1920, when it was converted into retail space. It was returned to its original glory in 1984, when Ralph Lauren brought his boutique here.Principle (3) Eat an abundance of healthy fats. Past research has demonized the consumption of fats and the popular misconception that all fat is bad still remains in many prenatal nutrition sources despite the fact that recent studies have shown a correlation between healthy fat consumption during pregnancy with proper fetal brain and eye development.3 These healthy, omega-3 fatty acids can be consumed from foods such as low-mercury fish (or even from fish oil supplements), walnuts, egg yolks, and seaweed. You will learn the difference between a variety of fats in coming chapters, as well as the many sources you can find them in. Principle (4) Consume more quality proteins. Several nutrition books and resources still recommend as little as forty-five grams of protein per day for the pregnant woman despite the fact that the amino acids found in protein are the building blocks of your baby’s cells and tissues. According to the Institute of Medicine, expectant mothers should eat at least seventy-one grams of protein per day.

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