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You are what you eat…and so is your baby!

Good nutrition is essential for your developing baby. Learn just what you should be eating over the next nine months.

Join us on TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1st

At 5:30

at Partners

to explore healthy choices for you and your growing baby

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Pregnancy is an amazing, yet normal, process your body goes through… that certainly comes with some unique nutritional requirements!

What you eat throughout your pregnancy really does matter, as you are eating not only to provide wonderful nutrition for your baby-to-be, but also to support your increased metabolism, and organ growth.

Not only are you what you eat, but so is your baby. And what better reason than that for eating incredibly well!

Go home with some great tasting snacks and recipes that both you and your baby will love!

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