1.Cardio- Walking 4 miles per hour at least 5 days a week at a pace of 4.6 to 5 MPH
2. Strength training-Upper & lower body workouts using toning bands twice a week.
1. Monitor & track food portions and calorie intake daily. 2. Increase fruit and vegetable intake. 3. Eat 3 balanced meals per day plus at least 2 healthy snacks. 4. Drink at least 64 ozs of water daily. 5. Take prenatal vitamins daily.
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That would be awesome! I hope they go for it too, because we can enjoy the foods that we grew up with but make them healthier...it's a compromise and taste doesn't have to be sacrificed for health. Many times people have their own family recipes where they make things their own way regardless of what a cookbook says, but not many people know where to begin with making healthy changes in their recipes and a book like that would be the perfect start!