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Core exercises are not only safe to do during pregnancy, but are actually recommended. 

Postnatal Nutrition FAQs

Is the Fit 4 Two Postnatal Nutrition Programs a diet?
No.  Fit 4 Two does not promote fad dients.  Our program is designed to give moms basic nutrition knowledge and easy to use tools to make eating healthy, mindful easier for both themselves and their family.   Our program is based on the Canada Food Guide.

Is the goal of this program to lose weight?
Women come to this program with a variety of goals.  One woman's goal might be to increase energy, another's might be to eat more vegetables.  While losing weight may be a goal from some participants, it is not the main focus on the program.   Expect to learn new skills that will lead to healthier eating habits.   The end result?  A healthier you!

I am a vegetarian. Is this program for me?
Yes.  Our program is based on the Canada Food Guide which includes tools for vegetarians. Note that some recipe cards include meat and fish.

I am vegan. Is this program for me?
If you are an established Vegan with a sound knowledge of how to get the nutrients you need, then yes.  If not, we suggest working with a nutritionist to make sure you are eating a balanced diet.  Note that most recipe cards include animnal products.

I have dietary restrictions.  Is this program for me?
If you have a sound knowledge of how to get the nutrients you need, then yes.  If not, we suggest working with a nutritionist to make sure you are eating a balanced diet.  Note that some of the recipe cards may not be suitable for you.
  
 

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"I attended prenatal exercise classes from several providers.  The Fit4Two instructors were the only ones who consistently asked participants about any injuries and offered suggestions to modify exercises to accommodate them.
Avoiding injury is important for maintaining an active pregnancy.  Well done, Fit4Two!"

- Krista Paulson, Hand & Arm Physiotherapist, Winnipeg

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