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The Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide The Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide is a comprehensive reference book that covers it all from straightforward nutrition and strategies for maximizing meals to choosing cruelty free antacids and how to

  • Title: The Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide
  • Author: Sayward Rebhal
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 179
  • Format: None
  • The Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide By Sayward Rebhal, The Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide is a comprehensive reference book that covers it all from straightforward nutrition and strategies for maximizing meals, to choosing cruelty free antacids and how to throw a vegan baby shower and everything in between I am thrilled to be working with such amazing, inspiring people on this project, and I m honored to be able to shareThe Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide is a comprehensive reference book that covers it all from straightforward nutrition and strategies for maximizing meals, to choosing cruelty free antacids and how to throw a vegan baby shower and everything in between I am thrilled to be working with such amazing, inspiring people on this project, and I m honored to be able to share this information with the world Look for The Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide to hit the shelves in early summer 2011

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    1. I wasn t sure what to expect from this book, but I ended up really loving it It s written in a very conversational, casually, non panicy tone, yet still has a bunch of footnotes, showing that the author did her research This offers very practical advice for all stages of pregnancy, mostly focusing on nutrition, with a real emphasis on whole foods For me, it was like having one of my friends explain the whole pregnancy birthing process to me, with a whole bunch of food suggestions and nutritional [...]

    2. A quick and easy read it s perfect for a new vegan and it fits right in your purse We were given this book as a gift in 2012 after we found out we were expecting our first child I was anxious as a new vegan and as a mama to be and I found a great deal of reassurance within those pages The information contained, the suggestions, and the described experiences, were helpful and that they made me feel comfortable with my pregnancy, especially with a vegan pregnancy The tone that the author sets is [...]

    3. The nutritional advice is succinct and concrete, even specifying brands to consider Everything is explained in brief, and if you have nutritional questions, I d recommend the much thicker tome, Vegan For Her, which is a treasure trove in itself.As someone who hasn t has a baby, I enjoyed her brief anecdotes of her own challenges with pregnancy morning sickness, etc and specific examples of how she solved them She gives a list of easy snack ideas, collected from other pregnant, vegan ladies Than [...]

    4. This is my dream book Google vegan and pregnancy, this is the second book to come up on I read the reviews and hesitated to buy it, it didn t seem to have lots of information This was very wrong of me Yes, the book is very short, and very small physically, it easily fits in a purse Sayward is treating you like an adult who probably picked up a few other books about baby making She touches nutrition very lightly, which I like personally since as my review of What to Expect says, your diet when pr [...]

    5. It was an OK book I knew a lot of the stuff, and most of the pregnancy stuff was not a revelation I could easily find some of this online, especially for crunchy moms I wish there were specific recipe suggestions or meal plans.

    6. A book I really wanted to love after hearing Sayward was publishing one for vegan pregnancies She is very inspiring on YouTube and has a very kind heart, someone I would love to learn about kind parenting from before we have children Unfortunately, I found the book to be a bit disorganized and lacking in information Many of the topics brought up did not have sound backing and thus a website link for information was given to do all the research alone While a new vegan might find some informatio [...]

    7. I have been waiting for this book to be written Sadly my vegan pregnancies are all over and done with, but I still had to get this book so that I could honestly review it and recommend it to friends.I thought it was a great book, and Sayward does a good job outlining the main points that need to be thought of for a newly vegan mom to be, or a longtime vegan mom to be who wants to make sure that all of her bases are covered It is a small book and doesn t really get into too much depth about anyth [...]

    8. Other than her recommendation to eat the placenta, I am thankful for Sayward Rebhal s book I feel prepared to answer questions about being a vegan while pregnant I m not there yet and how to eat healthfully while pregnant I also feared I will crave non vegan foods when the day comes, but as it turns out, that is normal Cravings are tied to emotions and some women develop pica, with cravings for dirt and non edibles Glad to know there are vegan prenatal vitamins and good supplements out there Gla [...]

    9. I found this book very resourceful While small or pocket size it is packed with information Also, unlike Skinny Bitch Bun in the Oven A Gutsy Guide to Becoming One Hot and Healthy Mother it assumes the reader is already vegan so it does not go into the whys to be vegan So if you already vegan or have been vegan and looking for a book that can give some help while your are pregnant or thinking about pregnancy this is the book for you.

    10. This is the best book I ve found so far on vegan pregnancy It doesn t go into all the details though, it really is a guide I would love to see an extended version of it Too many of the books I ve read on pregnancy both vegan and not spend way too much time talking about basic stuff that you most likely already know.

    11. I am not vegan, but aspiring to be I really enjoyed the information because I am hoping to move in that direction even while pregnant for now I enjoyed the nutritional information and the empowerment piece of this book thanks.

    12. The first book I purchased when I found out I was pregnant with my daughter in 2012 Great guide for expectant plant based mamas.

    13. I enjoyed the author s sense of humor and while it s a little on the earthy hippie side of veganism it has a lot of great tips and encouragement.

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