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I've been eating everything..its really annoying to me and my husband..am I not eating the right foods or what? I dnt remember eating this much when I was prego with my son..My last doc appt I gained 10lbs in 4wks..Is this normal to be eating so much. I'm not a big girl either usually when I'm not prego I hardly ever eat but now its all I do. Any suggestions?
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Get lots of healthy food in your house no junk food if it's not there your less likely to eat it
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At least you can eat! I'm on iron, and my appetite is nonexistent!
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We have healthy and junky foods..but I guess the good thing is that I've mostly been craving veggies and fruit but once those r gone I'm on to the junk. I just can't keep spending $50+ wk on food. I feel bad for my family that I'm spending too much money.
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Eat foods high in protein, fiber, and carbs. They will help you keep full longer!
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I eat alot toooooo..I can't control it..I spend my work money my foodstamos and my wic ..plus my bd money and my mom money also co workers feed me...nut I don't gain weight..I might blow up later on tho
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