As soon as the news that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their second baby came out, we couldn’t help but wonder what her pregnancy plan is!
There’s no denying Meghan Markle has a personality enviable to the masses.
What with her multi-million dollar closet, skin as clear as the night sky and with the ability to snap her fingers to get any food she wants, her life appears like something out of a fairy tale. One that’s filled with free designer clothes and ample donuts!!!
It might come as a surprise but Meghan opts for a holistic approach when it comes to eating food. Doesn’t matter if she’s pregnant or not, she anyway prefers a balanced diet.
Tracking a healthy pregnancy eating plan is a good approach when pregnant to ensure you and your baby are getting the right nutrients. How do you make changes to your common eating plan to ensure you get the foods you need and increase your daily calories and requirements as needed?
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A source close to Meghan told us “She is pregnant, and obviously wants to make sure she is eating the right things, not just for the health of the baby but also its mental health.
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Meghan has often rightly quoted “We are what we eat, and our subconscious well-being is connected with what we eat”. The famously health-conscious former actress is rightly known for her dedication to yoga. Before joining the Royal Family, Meghan Markle spoke widely of her efforts to maintain a healthy lifestyle while having a hectic schedule.
She told Women’s Health UK in 2018 that she grew up practising yoga from a young age, thanks to her mother Doria Ragland who is a yoga teacher. “[The] practise is in my blood. I love an intense vinyasa class—and even better if its blasting hip-hop and done in a dark room with candlelight. The best!”
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She also told Shape magazine she loved to run. Markle – who is a vocal advocate for animal rights – told Best Health that she usually eats a vegan diet during the week but relaxes her food choices over the weekend.
“It’s all about balance,” she explained. “Because I work out the way I do, I don’t ever want to feel deprived. “I feel that the second you do that is when you start to binge on things. It’s not a diet; it’s lifestyle eating.”
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