What the Experts Are Saying About
“Newly revised and busting with practical information for moms-to-be, this comprehensive guide offers easy tips for maximizing nutrition, and sound advice on common pregnancy challenges, like combating morning sickness, fighting fatigue, and shedding baby weight. Kudos to Bridget!"
-- Joy Bauer, MS, RD, New York Times Bestselling author and Nutrition Expert for NBC's TODAY Show
“With reliable, sound advice and tips galore in an easy-to-read format, this comprehensive book is one every mom-to-be should have at her fingertips."
-- Ellie Krieger,RD, host of Food Network's Healthy Appetite
“Proper nutrition is essential for a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. Bridget Swinney has created the most delicious, comprehensive, well written, easy to follow guide available for a mom before, during and after pregnancy. Eating Expectantly is just what the doctor ordered!"
-- Tanya Altmann, MD, FAAP, Spokesperson, American Academy of Pediatrics, mom, and author of Mommy Calls: Dr. Tanya Answers Parentsí Top 101 Questions About Babies and Toddlers
More About Eating Expectantly
Bridget Swinney MS, RD is a registered dietitian specializing in family nutrition. Long before "Deceptively Delicious" came along, Bridget was creating sneaky recipes for her children and ultimately for her book Healthy Food for Healthy Kids. Recipes like "Chicken Chili" a smooth soup that features white beans, "Sneaky White Sauce", a cheese sauce based on cooked cauliflower, and "Secret Sauce", a blended tomato sauce with five different vegetables, fill the book.
In her first book, Eating Expectantly, Bridget provided a few "sneaks" for Moms who needed a little encouragement to eat their veggies--along with lots of practical info and recipes! Her latest book, Baby Bites, gives parents all the info they need to feed their baby--from newborn to three including homemade baby food recipes!
Bridget is the mother of two boys; she began writing the first edition of Eating Expectantly after her first son was born. She's an advocate for child health; has served on her school district's School Health Advisory Council for the past four years and consults at a public health clinic. A seasoned media contributor, Bridget has appeared on Good Morning America and the Food Network, and her articles have been published in American Baby, Parents, Parenting and Baby Talk. She regularly blogs on the New York Times blog "Well" as well as on her own blog.
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