What Should I Eat? I'm Pregnant! - 1st Trimester

A weekly guide on nutrition for pregnant women (Week 1-13)
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  • Lectures 52
  • Contents Video: 2.5 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 4/2015 English

Course Description

Pregnancy can be a time of worry and wonder. Mothers tend to go from week to week wondering about their baby and all the things they cannot see: how big they are, what parts of their body are developing, and if he or she is progressing well. Changes in their own bodies are frequent and strange, from suffering nausea to a host of other symptoms. Most mothers worry that they are doing all they can to help themselves and their babies be healthy and strong. One of the most important ways to accomplish this is through their diet. Certain foods can help (or adversely aggravate) pregnancy symptoms, and other foods can help stimulate positive growth in specific parts of the body for the baby. “What Should I Eat? I'm Pregnant!” is a course designed to teach expecting mothers what is happening in their body during each week of pregnancy and how their diet can help promote the overall health of both themselves and their baby. The course will cover 13 sets covering the first trimester of pregnancy, and will focus on a main ingredient for each week of this trimester. Recipes will be taught by Chef Jonathan Wing, graduate of Le Cordon Bleu and author to the popular online blog “The Unexpected Culinarian,” who will provide instruction on three recipes, each containing the week's focal ingredient.

What are the requirements?

  • This is a cooking course that you can follow along with in your own kitchen!

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Make recipes that will benefit the development of their baby.
  • Understand why certain ingredients are helpful during pregnancy.

What is the target audience?

  • Pregnant women in their first trimester

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Curriculum

Section 1: WEEK 1: Eggs
00:57

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 1 of pregnancy.

03:00

This lecture will teach you how to make Egg Salad Crostini with Fresh Dill.

02:57

This lecture will teach you how to make Quiche Lorraine.

02:03

This lecture will teach you how to make Lemon Curd.

Week 1: Review
2 questions
Section 2: WEEK 2: Spinach
00:49

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 2 of pregnancy.

01:20

This lecture will teach you how to make a Berry Spinach Smoothie.

02:55

This lecture will teach you how to make Italian Quinoa with Spinach.

02:24

This lecture will teach you how to make Spinach Artichoke Dip.

Week 2: Review
2 questions
Section 3: WEEK 3: Nuts
01:05

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 3 of pregnancy.

03:41

This lecture will teach you how to make Baked Nutty Oats.

02:48

This lecture will teach you how to make Peanut-crusted Chicken.

03:53

This lecture will teach you how to make Turtle Brownies.

Week 3: Review
2 questions
Section 4: WEEK 4: Broccoli
00:54

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 4 of pregnancy.

01:26

This lecture will teach you how to make a Broccoli Shake.

04:28

This lecture will teach you how to make Cheesy Broccoli Soup.

01:51

This lecture will teach you how to make Steamed Broccoli with Cheese Sauce.

Week 4: Review
2 questions
Section 5: WEEK 5: Ginger
01:07

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 5 of pregnancy.

01:30

This lecture will teach you how to make Ginger Tea.

02:20

This lecture will teach you how to make Ginger Salad Dressing.

02:51

This lecture will teach you how to make Ginger Snaps.

Week 5: Review
2 questions
Section 6: WEEK 6: Wheat
01:08

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 6 of pregnancy.

04:28

This lecture will teach you how to make French Toast.

04:56

This lecture will teach you how to make French Onion Soup.

05:55

This lecture will teach you how to make Deep Dish Pizza.

Week 6: Review
2 questions
Section 7: WEEK 7: Yogurt
00:48

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 7 of pregnancy.

01:34

This lecture will teach you how to make Breakfast Parfait.

01:57

This lecture will teach you how to make Tzatziki Sauce.

03:00

This lecture will teach you how to make Blueberry Frozen Yogurt.

Week 7: Review
2 questions
Section 8: WEEK 8: Cauliflower
00:45

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 8 of pregnancy.

03:01

This lecture will teach you how to make Cauliflower Casserole.

03:09

This lecture will teach you how to make Grilled Cauliflower.

05:10

This lecture will teach you how to make Cauliflower Soup.

Week 8: Review
2 questions
Section 9: WEEK 9: Bread
00:42

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 9 of pregnancy.

06:40

This lecture will teach you how to make Bread Pudding.

04:38

This lecture will teach you how to make French Bread.

05:35

This lecture will teach you how to make Pretzels.

Week 9: Review
2 questions
Section 10: WEEK 10: Assorted Fruit
00:51

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 10 of pregnancy.

05:17

This lecture will teach you how to make Fruit Tarts.

01:28

This lecture will teach you how to make a Fruit Salad.

02:09

This lecture will teach you how to make Fruit Salsa.

Week 10: Review
2 questions
Section 11: WEEK 11: Lentils
00:45

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 11 of pregnancy.

02:00

This lecture will teach you how to make Garlic Onion Lentils.

04:12

This lecture will teach you how to make Tomato Lentil Soup.

03:16

This lecture will teach you how to make Lentil Tacos.

Week 11: Review
2 questions
Section 12: WEEK 12: Banana
01:00

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 12 of pregnancy.

03:44

This lecture will teach you how to make Banana Nutella Crepes.

04:29

This lecture will teach you how to make a Banana Trifle.

02:36

This lecture will teach you how to make Fried Banana.

Week 12: Review
2 questions
Section 13: WEEK 13: Flaxseed
00:59

This lecture will teach you what is happening in your body during Week 13 of pregnancy.

04:32

This lecture will teach you how to make Flaxseed Breadsticks.

02:38

This lecture will teach you how to make a Flaxseed Muffin Cup.

03:38

This lecture will teach you how to make Flaxseed Granola Bars.

Week 13: Review
2 questions

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Instructor Biography

Jonathan Wing is an English, French, and Haitian-Creole speaking half Filipino, quarter Dutch, eighth Chinese, sixteenth German, sixteenth Irish, Canadian-born citizen of the United States living in the Greater Salt Lake area. Jonathan attended Brigham Young University where he studied at the Marriott School of Business. He majored in global business management but loved a wide range of courses including: oil painting, piano performance, industrial design, accounting, economics, and humanities. He studied abroad in Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Switzerland, France, England, China, and Japan. Just two weeks after graduating from college, Jonathan moved to Southern California to attend Le Cordon Bleu, one of the worlds most renowned culinary schools. During school, he joined the Editorial Food team at The Los Angeles Times where he wrote, tested recipes and food styled for the paper's weekly food print and online presence. Jonathan is currently the owner of Perfect Baking, an online business and resource providing products and services to professional and home bakers, and is author to the popular online blog, "The Unexpected Culinarian." Although he is business savvy, Jonathan's true desire is to entertain and teach. Aside from spending time in the kitchen, he loves watching movies, listening to music, playing the piano, writing songs, playing tennis, talking to friends and family, and spending time with his wife Emilia and their beautiful daughter Rosalyn.

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