Researchers have found more than 2/3 of pregnant women in the U.S. gain too much weight or too little weight during their pregnancy. Only 32% of pregnant ladies experienced appropriate weight gain, while 48% were excessive, and 20% were inadequate. Those obese or overweight before pregnancy had the highest risk of excessive gain, and those underweight the highest risk of inadequate gain.

LifeTip: If you are pregnant, visit the Institute of Medicine website to find valuable guidance on a healthy weight.

Adapted from PositiveChoices.com

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