I've been making berry yogurt and banana smoothies in the afternoon as a snack so delicious and healthy definitely a good energy booster
Eggs are protein, wheat bread will make you feel full longer. Peanut butter with carrots or bananas yumm.
Oatmeal, smoothies, granola and milk, eggs, toast, ..that's what I usually eat for breakfast..not all at once ;) haha. For lunch I usually either have a sub or salad or I'll eat a bunch of veggies and fruit or fruit and yogurt..for dinner basically eat whatever..I'll have pasta and veggies or chicken and veggies or whaaat ever I feel like..just not puzza or anything I make or get that's too greasy/oily/fatty..sometimes ;)
My dr put me on a strict low-fat diet due to my complications and I feel really good, think I'll continue it after baby is born.
Lots of vegetables! Vegetables have way more nutrientional value than fruit without all the sugar so it's a better option.
I steam veggies and make fruit smoothies with just water no sugar added. Beans, lentils, and lots of water.
thats all gr8 ideas, thanks ladies. i'm going all veggies& fruits if i can lol.