If you are unable to stomach the idea of drinking a full eight-ounce glass of water eight times a day, find creative ways to make the process more enjoyable. You can add fresh lemon or lime slices to your ice water, or add a couple of drops of orange extract to your drink for a hydrating, flavorful beverage that isn't sweet or sugary.
Introduce vegetables to your children at a young age. The taste may not be what they're used to, so you might have to try experimenting with different ways to cook and season vegetables to make them desirable for them. Vegetables have a lot of minerals and vitamins unavailable anywhere else, so getting your children used to them is a good idea for their lifelong health.
If you have never read food nutrition labels before, pregnancy is the time to start. Everything your baby uses to grow and develop comes from what you eat, so make every bite count. Look for labels that list whole grains, vitamin C, iron, and other essential nutrients that ensure the best nutrition for your baby.