Rosanna Davison shares diet and fitness routine during twin pregnancy

Rosanna Davison has shared her diet and fitness routine during her pregnancy. The nutritionist is currently pregnant with twin boys and spoke to The Irish Mirror about how she is keeping fit and healthy.

She shared that her diet hasn’t changed drastically;“I’m eating more or less the way I did before pregnancy. I am finding I’m getting full, I can’t manage big meals anymore so I’m just grazing throughout the day, little and often and eating nutritious foods.”

“I’m taking all my supplements, being particularly careful about taking iron, calcium, vitamin D, all the nutrients you need in pregnancy but then I’m adding a little bit more as I’m carrying twins.”

“All my bloods look good, no sign of anaemia, so what I’m doing is all good for the boys to grow well.

The former Miss World also revealed that she hasn’t been having any unusual cravings during her pregnancy; “I’m being careful about the choices I’m making with my eating, since the first trimester I haven’t had any major cravings. I’m still eating a lot of fruit as it’s easy to digest.”

In terms of working out, Rosanna shared that she’s been training three times a week and doing; “very safe exercises designed for pregnancy.”

“It’s helping me to feel strong so come my due date, hopefully it will help with the recovery as well. I’ve also been swimming three times a week and I’ve found that great for easing aches and pains.”

“I feel it in my back after a long day on my feet or if I’ve been carrying Sophia around all day myself, my back gets sore at the end of the day.”

“I’m going to start a few pregnancy massages soon so I hope that will help too,” she shared “I’m keeping exercise gentle, a walk too with the pram is great. I’m feeling well stretched and feeling strong as much as possible.”

Rosanna also spoke about her feelings towards breastfeeding, sharing that; “I do want to give it a go, it all depends on how well I can do it and how well I can feed two babies.”

“I’m very much in favour of breastfeeding and it’s the best approach for babies but it all depends on how effectively I can do it but I’ll give it a go.”

“Ultimately I feel it’s best to do what’s right for you and your babies. A fed baby is a happy baby. Once they’re getting enough food, that’s the main thing.”

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