Hello and thanks for visiting this Michelle Moss Pregnancy Without Pounds Review, One of the common complaints of pregnant women is rapid weight gain, which may or may not be through their own fault. Many expectant mothers eat more than their fair share of food for two people so much so that losing the post-pregnancy weight is easier said than done. After reading this Pregnancy Without Pounds review, you will be delighted to know that there are safe, easy and effective ways to eat healthily while still maintaining your ideal weight even when pregnant.
What is Pregnancy Without Pounds Book?
Pregnancy Without Pounds is an eBook by Michelle Moss that teaches pregnant women how to avoid unwanted pounds, how to eat right and perform exercises while pregnant. I’ve read couple of pregnancy eBooks and Pregnancy Without Pounds looks like the most established one because of it’s superior web design, consistent theme throughout all it’s media and it seems to have been on the top selling charts of Clickbank for a long time.
Pregnancy Without Pounds comes in 4 parts. The first part is a 90 page eBook, the second part is a 17 page exercise manual with detailed photos and instructions on the exercise you can do during your pregnancy. The last 2 parts are Excel spreadsheets for keeping track of your exercise activity and weight gain.
Michelle Moss has 15 years of experience as a Health and Nutrition Coach, a Masters Degree in Holistic Nutrition, a Personal Training Certificate and a Psychology Degree. She knows what she is talking about and she writes in an easy to read and understand manner.
Table of Contents of Pregnancy Without Pounds
- The Weighting Game
- Hemorrhoids, Heartburn and the Other Joys of Pregnancy
- X or Size
- What’s the Scoop on Food?
- Pregnancy Has a Glow – Let the Beauty In!
- Labor of Love: The End of the Beginning
This eBook took me over an hour to complete because of the in depth content in this book. Michelle did a great job covering all the issues that a pregnant woman would have to face during her pregnancy.
In chapter 1, Michelle describes a few creative ways you can avoid feeling guilty about your weight gain. Once you know how much fat you should be putting on with the weight gain chart, you will know how much of your weight gain is normal and how much of it is excess fat. She also lets you get a rough idea on where you will be putting on weight for your body type and what to eat for your body type to stay healthy.
Most people think of pregnancy as a time in your life when you becoming uglier. Michelle lists the Top 10 Physical Bonuses of Pregnancy in chapter 2 to make all the pain and suffering sound like they are good trade for being pregnant. You should be able to get over most if not all of the issues listed in this chapter with the tips provided.
Chapter 3 is all about pregnancy exercises. There are a lot of useful tips on what to do, what not to do to ensure you get a good workout without harming yourself or your baby’s health. The problem with this chapter is it does not seem to have pictures. Then I found out all the pictures are in the 17 page exercise manual. This is quite a good idea because it is more convenient to refer to the exercise manual in a separate file instead of flipping the chapter 3. There 3 workouts you can choose from – Tired Mama, Moderate Mama and Fit Mama. Your choice of workout will depend on your fitness level and mood. Michelle does not expect you to follow a rigid workout plan so you will have the freedom to do as much or as little exercise you want.
Pregnancy Without Pounds Will Help You
You will learn what you should eat, what you must avoid and how to deal with your food cravings in chapter 4. I had no idea I only require a small amount of extra calories per day to support a health pregnancy. There is not excuse use your pregnancy as a chance to pig out and eat anything you want.
Michelle wants you to look and feel great during pregnancy. You will discover how to dress right for your body type and how to shop for pregnancy clothes in chapter 5. You may experience some physical problems during your pregnancy like pregnancy acne, dry skin, stretch marks, cellulite, sagging breasts and so on. Michelle does a good job on explaining how to deal with all the problems above.
The last chapter is about labor. This is a very short chapter and I find it very hard to make myself believe labor isn’t painful as Michelle is trying to tell us to let go of the idea that labor is a painful process.
Conclusion – Pregnancy Without Pounds Review
Pregnancy Without Pounds is not about how to get pregnant or how to lose your pregnancy weight but more like how to have a pleasant pregnancy and look great during pregnancy guide. I highly recommend Pregnancy Without Pounds if you would like to learn how you can avoid putting on too much weight and stay beautiful during pregnancy.