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Experience a Joyful and Healthy Pregnancy with Our Free Prenatal Guide 

The ultimate resource for every mom-to-be!
Trusted by 20,000+ people like you looking to eat healthfully and get the nutrients you and your baby need when you're pregnant. 

Your roadmap to a vibrant and vital pregnancy experience.

Grab your guide and meal plan to get started today!


Thousands of women have used our vetted guides to unlock the secrets of a healthy pregnancy and maximize their wellness.

Start with the complimentary guide, and upgrade to the 7-Day Meal Plan and our Foods to Eat and Avoid Tip Sheets   




Getting Started Guide

The guide will help you understand how to better manage your pregnancy, without feeling overwhelmed.

In it, we’ll cover topics such as:

  • Food Cravings & Aversions
  • Pregnancy Superfoods
  • Key Micronutrients
  • How to Manage Morning Sickness


7-Day Meal Plan and Shopping List

According to the American Academy of Obstetricians and Gynecology, you need an extra 340 calories a day in the second trimester, and slightly more in the third. 

Our recipes are not only full of flavor, but will also leave you feeling satisfied.

Better yet, we've included a shopping list so you're armed with everything you need in the kitchen.



Foods to Eat & Avoid Guide

With our Foods to Eat and Avoid Guide, we’ll help you create a home that supports you and your pregnancy without it feeling like a chore.

This tip sheet teaches you how to deftly navigate the foods that help you feel and your best. 

Healthy Mom - Healthy Baby

Once you’re armed with your nutrition guide you’ll be able to cut through the noise and confusion — but don’t just take our word for it.

Get My Guide

"I have a greater awareness of what my body actually needs, and the foods that do and don't help me meet those needs.
Brittany B.
Brittany B. OnPoint Nutrition Client

Before starting: While we’re confident our guide will give you a framework to become successful in managing your nutrition while pregnant, always consult with your MD and primary care team (including your OB/GYN) before making changes to your diet and exercise regimen when pregnant.