Lori Boxer Director of Weight No More Diet Cent... www.WeightNoMoreDietCenter.com
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Male Speaker: And if we discuss obesity at pregnancy, the first thing if someone has this magic number of BMI, and it’s normal, there is a recommendation that you gain 25 to 35 pounds, but the websites we got to agree with that. Lori Boxer: Yeah. Male Speaker: And if a person is underweight 28-40, overweight 15-25 and obese. You are still going to gain some, they put the figure of fit gain. So basically it’s just a guideline and you still have to go to your own doctor and if you are going to do some things to not sort of lose weight for pregnancy but not gain amount of weight like a free ride to anything you want to go to. Lori Boxer: Right, right. Male Speaker: Okay, because it’s not health. We all agree in both, but still the final decision should be between you, your obstetrician if you have any medical conditions or you are a diabetic, it would be with the diet, the diabetic physician that you have chosen, do you agree with that. Is that correct? Lori Boxer: Yes, yes.
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