You’re working hard to help your pregnant client move towards intuitive eating, and even manage conditions like diabetes or eating disorders. But you’re stuck – this client is totally lost when it comes to grocery shopping, and might be overwhelmed by health claims, nutrition labels, diet culture and finances all fighting for an influence in their food purchases. You’d love to provide them with a structured resource to guide their grocery shopping, but:

  • The “whole” foods, perimeter shopping, organic leaning guides available feel elitist and irrelevant to your client population
  • The budget-friendly grocery guides are also diety, and don’t promote intuitive eating how you’d like
  • There’s foods specifically for pregnancy and reproductive health you’d like to include but are never on these guides

Luckily, you don’t have to re-invent the wheel and spend hours creating the perfect resource for your client. In my private practice, I’ve implemented The Intuitive Pregnancy Grocery Guide and seen my prenatal clients feel so much relief in having a flexible structure to lean on while stocking their kitchen with tasty and nourishing foods. This guide provides:

  • A wide range of options to fit multiple types of budgets
  • Categories that encourage clients to purchase foods that will bring pleasure back into eating
  • Tailored food lists to promote consumption of foods that will help nourish a physically healthy pregnancy

The Intuitive Pregnancy Grocery Guide is a 10-page client resource that helps provide more structure to grocery shopping. This easily-printable guide lists a wide variety of nourishing foods geared towards supporting reproductive health and a busy lifestyle. The guide is ideal for RDNs practicing with an intuitive eating approach. Included is:

  • Intro letter with room for RD notes to help the RD individualize the guide to each client
  • 1-page how-to guide with link to a local, seasonal produce guide
  • 6-page Refrigerator and Pantry Checklist with comprehensive food groups:
    • Legumes
    • Nuts & seeds
    • Staple grains & starches
    • Baking ingredients
    • Fun drinks
    • Sweet treats
    • Crunchy salty starch
    • Fat
    • Dairy/milk alternatives
    • Eggs
    • Fish/seafood
    • Meat, poultry, meat alternatives
    • Back-up freezer items
    • Fermented foods
    • Other items (i.e. protein bars)
    • Other pantry staples
    • Non-starchy veggies
    • Fruits
    • Produce for flavor
  • 1-page Grocery List template organized by grocery store section

Utilize this resource along with the Gestational Diabetes Client Resource to empower your clients with information about their GDM to help them effectively manage their blood glucose in pregnancy and build sustainable habits that will last a lifetime.

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