Monday, 8 September 2014

Mumkind Ginger Me Baby lozenges and Water Our Way Giveaway


To celebrate my 500th post on my blog I have a little giveaway for all you lovely readers. Its a special treat for anyone who is expecting or even if your not there is some Ginger lozenges and some lovely water flavorings that contain vitamins to help you not feel so tired.



A bit more about mumkind they are a new pregnancy nutrition brand designed specifically for mums-to-be and busy new super mums. There products consist off flavored water enhancers, nutrition bars (gorgeous chocolate!) and Ginger Me Baby lozenges, which be available in over 300 Sainsbury’s and Amazon online from 17th September.

As you may well know, during pregnancy the focus is usually on the baby, and not the mother and her needs. This is where we make a difference. We want to make sure that pregnant women get their nutrition from food rather than tablets.

We have secured backing from a number of nutritionists and doctors including Dr Emma Derbyshire PhD RNutr, who is an established nutritionist and active researcher in maternal nutrition.

So why not find enter to win these great prizes open to people in the UK only.


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23 comments:

  1. Small ice cubes are great, especially if your'e felling rough.

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  2. Be prepared. Take some a bottle of water, and or diluted squash with you. So that you can drink fluids, and keep hydrated at your leisure. Cooled / chilled water or ice-cream can be nice and refreshing on a warm day. Though try to ensure you are managing some diet, as chilled drink may be uncomfortable on an empty or irritable stomach / digestion.

    Make sure you have ready access to a toilet, as a full bladder may lead to discomfort. For some people a full bladder may lead them to feeling nausea. So remember to empty bladder regularly, as it could aid digestion, and general feelings of well-being.

    Rachel Craig

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  3. Don't wait till you are thirsty to drink, as thirst is a sign that you have already let yourself get dehydrated :) Natalie Gillham x

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  4. If you don't like drinking plain water carry a small carton of coconut water as it very hydrating.

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  5. Little drinks often and lots of ice lollies.

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  6. water with natural fruit juice and ice.x

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  7. i take a bottle of water everywhere with me x

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  8. Get yourself a really nice tall water bottle & take it from room to room so you are never without water to sip on.

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  9. drink plenty of water!!

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  10. Always have water on hand, and whenever you stop doing what you're doing have a drink :)

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  11. Enjoy frozen fruit juice ice lollies :)

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  12. Drink a wide variety of fruit juices . You will then expose your baby to a variety of healthy fruits in the womb.During the later stages of pregnancy, your baby can taste the foods you eat through the amniotic fluid and it will give them a tasty start and keep you hydrated. Also vegetable juices -Water-rich fruit and vegetables act like a two-in-one meal and drink great fruit and vegetables for this are celery,cucumber and watermelon.

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  13. Drink water throughout the day.

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  14. Always have a bottle of water with you

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  15. Drink plenty of water

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