The Perfect Pregnancy Plan Nutrition and Fitness Programs

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everything you want to know about pregnancy nutrition and fitness

Does any of that sound familiar?

You want to do the best you can for your baby. You want to stop all your bad habits, shift to good ones, and do as much as possible to set your child up for a lifetime of success. You love that little person so much you are willing to do anything you can to give them a leg up in this crazy world.

You’re ready to learn more about how your pregnancy lifestyle can affect your baby’s health not only at birth, but throughout their entire lives into adulthood. You were hoping to get some good advice from your doctor, only to find out they really didn’t have that much to tell you about prenatal nutrition. Take a prenatal vitamin and don’t eat too much fish you were told.

But there has to be more to it than that right? You know you’re not supposed to drink and smoke because it can directly affect your baby’s health. But what else directly effects their health?

Maybe you’ve already read a great pregnancy book like What to Expect. But once again you were left wondering, is there more I could be doing for my baby?

You’re head is swirling with questions and you’re just not finding the direct answers you need.

  • Can’t somebody lay out the importance of my nutrition during pregnancy?
  • Can’t someone just tell me what to eat, what not to eat, and give me up to date science driven information without me reading all the scientific mumbo jumbo?
  • I know real whole food without labels is healthiest… but I’ve been told to eat a lot of cereal and bread. Is that right?
  • Are the tips and advice from my mom’s generation what we know to be helpful and true today?
  • Is exercise going to hurt my baby? I heard it diverts blood from the baby!
  • Can I loose fat while pregnant or is that bad too?

The list of questions about healthy lifestyle during pregnancy goes on and on for many of us. As mom’s to be we aren’t seeing the answers we need. All the advice sounds old and outdated. And no one is pointing us toward many answers at all.

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Sounds too good to be true right? Or maybe just too far fetched? You’re wondering then how you haven’t heard this before?

allie edwards creator of the ppp

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Every mother wants to do the best she can for her baby.

Women readily alter their habits when they know that it is in the best interest of their baby. How could you not?

The Perfect Pregnancy Plan will go far beyond:

  • stop smoking
  • stop drinking
  • don’t eat soft cheese
  • avoid fish
  • take a prenatal

Through the Perfect Pregnancy Plan I’m aiming to close the gaps in traditional old fashioned pregnancy nutrition advice, and share the new guidelines and the recently discovered vital importance a mothers’ nutrition plays in her baby’s morbidity and mortality in a down-to-earth and easy to understand way. And even better? It’s easy to implement as well.

The Perfect Pregnancy Plan is created in the form of 2 separate courses.

  1. The Perfect Pregnancy Nutrition Plan
  2. The Perfect Pregnancy Fitness Plan

Why two courses?

The Perfect Pregnancy Plan is extensive. There is a lot of information and in an attempt to make it the easiest to understand and apply, it was best to create two different courses meant to work in conjunction.

You’re pregnant, you’re tired, and if you’re anything like me… it feels like your baby ate your brain. Formatted this way, the course is clear and so easy to implement. And don’t worry, the bundled price is of course the best deal!

Perhaps you already have a fitness program you love and are ready to follow through pregnancy. Or maybe you are only looking specifically for a prenatal exercise program perfectly designed to a pregnant woman’s every changing physical needs.

The Perfect Pregnancy Plan is here to support you. Whether you want to learn all the details about prenatal nutrition, prenatal fitness, or both.

I highly recommend picking up both the nutrition and exercise courses to have the most healthy pregnancy possible. BOTH nutrition and exercise play direct roles in positive genetic expression. Utilizing both avenues of healthy pregnancy lifestyle you will be taking the most inclusive route toward positive fetal programming.

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the perfect pregnancy nutrition plan

In the PPP Nutrition Course you will learn all the micronutrients that are known to be directly linked to optimal fetal development. You’re going to learn why you need them and exactly how they are proven to benefit your baby.

You’ll learn tons of great food sources for each nutrient, listed in order based on their nutritional content and it’s bioavailability. Oh, and on that note, you’ll learn all the tricks and tips to increase your mineral absorption of these foods. So you can get the most bang for your buck.

Your nutritional needs skyrocket during pregnancy, but your caloric needs? They barely increase at all. Meaning you need to know how to get more nutrients from your food without really adding much more food. But don’t worry, you’ll also get tons of great recipes to help you out along the way.

Ready to try it out yourself? Get the PPP Nutrition Course now!

the perfect pregnancy fitness plan

The exercises in The Perfect Pregnancy Plan are far more than just pregnancy safe workouts designed for each trimester.

This workout plan is based on specific strength that you will need for pregnancy to aid in preventing diastasis recti, alleviating common pregnancy aches and pains, preparing your body for an easier labor, helping to prevent or more easily repair pelvic floor dysfunctions postpartum, and strengthening body parts that will be overused immediately postpartum as a new mom (before you are even overusing them).

To say this workout plan is all inclusive is an understatement. As stated before, exercise during pregnancy is extremely important to babys’ health, but this plan is specifically designed for your prenatal needs.

That is the true beauty of this perfect pregnancy fitness plan. It is designed:

  1. To enhance positive genetic expression in your baby.
  2. To prepare your body for the changes and strains it will be encountering, before they become a problem.
  3. To give you a fit and healthy pregnancy.
  4. To prepare your body for childbirth and the postpartum period.

Sounds like exactly what you need? Get the fitness course now!

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And that’s all well and good coming from its creator, but she’s not the only one loving this new course. The Perfect Pregnancy Plan is also getting rave reviews from moms everywhere. Read what real moms have to say about the Perfect Pregnancy Plan firsthand!

1. I’m already in my second [or third] trimester. Can I still benefit from the PPP?

Yes this plan can still be super helpful to enhancing your baby’s health. While it is the most beneficial to begin this program even prior to pregnancy, it has been shown that prenatal nutrition plays a critical role in each trimester. Meaning it’s not too late. By getting the nutrients you need now and starting exercising, you can still help to grow a more healthy baby.

2. I’m just planning my pregnancy now. Should I take to program now or wait until I’m pregnant?

I would definitely recommend buying now! Once purchased you have lifetime access to the course. Within the PPP there is a chapter about how to prepare your body for a more healthy pregnancy even when you’re just in the planning stages. It’s built perfectly for someone in your shoes!

3. I am a vegan. Is this a good program for me?

Unfortunately no. Many of the nutrients that are required for optimal fetal development are sources from animal products like meat, fish, and eggs. As it is extremely difficult to source enough of certain nutrients like choline, iron, and DHA without consuming these products. Recipes to guide you to do so are not within the scope of this program.

4. I have a lot of dietary restrictions. Can I still benefit from the PPP?

Yes, as long as you are willing to eat some animal products as mentioned in the previous response. If you are sensitive to dairy, gluten, etc. this program guides you in plenty of alternative sources for nutrients.

5. I am overweight. Will this plan help me lose fat and gain muscle?

Losing fat and gaining muscle is directly related to your diet and exercise, so the PPP can be extremely helpful in that aspect. There are additional printables included for moms-to-be in your situation (which about half are) so that you can keep better track of your diet. While for many the PPP is not about counting calories and is more about counting nutrients, this program is designed with printables to help you track your diet and calories if losing fat is your goal. The PPP will give you all the tools you need to take control of your weight during your pregnancy!

6. Do I have to track my eating daily and count calories on this diet plan?

Under most circumstances not at all! It is recommended to track your diet for 3 days when you begin the plan only to gauge what adjustments you need to make. Foods you need to remove, replacements you can make, or nutrients you need more of. After that, as long as you are gaining weight at an ideal pace, you should be focusing on counting nutrients only.

7. Is there a refund policy if this doesn’t work for me?

Yes. The PPP offers a 30 day full refund if the plan doesn’t work out for any reason.

8. I have a huge sweet tooth! Can I still follow this plan?

Definitely! It is recommended to omit or limit sugar while pregnant. However we all have a big sweet tooth during pregnancy. 🙂 That’s why the first recipe section in the program is mouthwatering guilt-free desserts! You will learn to replace processed sweets with sweeteners like stevia and monk fruit and will learn healthy dessert recipes to replace all those cravings.

9. I’m new to working out but am willing to give it a try for my baby’s health. How hard are the workouts?

There are 6 workouts for each trimester. Plus a few additional targeting your core and pelvic floor. The workouts are for a beginner to moderate fitness level. If the first trimester workouts are too challenging, it is safe to do the easier second and third trimester workouts instead. You will still be benefiting your baby and your own health and fitness levels.

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