Serving Size 3 oz. (85g)
Amount Per Serving
Total Fat 0g
Total Carbohydrate 0g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Vitamin A 270%
Vitamin C 10%
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie
diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower
depending on your calorie needs:
Saturated Fat 0g
Calories from Fat 0
% Daily Value
Food is a big factor for most women when dealing with
morning sickness. From eating the right foods to smelling
the wrong ones, food of all kinds can either help or pre-
vent morning sickness. some tips for dealing with food and
morning sickness are:
Eat many small meals throughout the day. Eating too
much at one time can make you feel sick, but not keep-
ing something in your stomach will bring on nausea.
Take your prenatal vitamins with food. Some vitamins
may cause your stomach to become upset if not taken
Try to avoid spicy, acidic, and high-fat foods. These
foods can irritate your delicate stomach and make your
Eat foods high in protein, as they can help lessen your
Drinking fluids thirty minutes before and thirty minutes
after eating can help with symptoms; try not to drink
Eat whatever foods you feel like you can keep down,
and eat anytime you feel like you want to. Pregnancy is
not a time to start or continue on a diet, unless advised
by your doctor.
Avoid hot foods if your sense of smell is very strong.
Cold foods do not smell as strong as hot foods.
Certain foods seem to help most women alleviate
morning sickness symptoms. Eating these may help:
dry crackers, Melba toast, whole wheat toast/bread,
fruit, baked potatoes, pasta, etc. These are easy to di-
gest foods and are light on your stomach.
Some women find relief in drinking carbonated
ginger is believed to help relieve symptoms of morning
sickness. Try eating ginger snaps, drinking ginger ale
or ginger tea.
Morning sickness can range from making you a little
queasy to very sick and unable to get out of bed. the
good thing is it usually only lasts through your first tri-
mester of pregnancy and should start disappearing af-
ter the twelfth or thirteenth week. Just keep in mind it
is a normal part of being pregnant, and you are endur-
ing it for a great cause.