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Pregnancy comes with a lot of challenges. One of the biggest ones for me was in maintaining a healthy diet. From morning sickness to strange food cravings to non-stop hunger, it has been so difficult to make sure that I’m eating properly. Luckily, there are Bumpboosters Pregnancy Cookies: nutritious, organic cookies for moms-to-be that actually taste good and help me get through the day without a visit to the vending machine. Their motto is: eat right, eat regularly, eat real, and eat delicious.
The main ingredients in Bumpoosters are Chia Seeds, Wheat Germ, Pumpkin and Whole Grain, that include vitamins and minerals needed during pregnancy for the growing fetus, etc.
Bumpboosters Pregnancy Cookies come in three healthy flavors: Molasses Ginger, Morning Glory, and Oatmeal Chocolate Chip. My favorite is the Morning Glory, but the Molasses Ginger would have been excellent during my morning sickness phase. They are individually packaged to help you snack on the go. They are sold in groups of ten, or you can buy a monthly subscription. I think it would be a great gift for an expectant mom.
They are made by the same company that makes Milkmakers, cookies that help breastfeeding moms increase their milk supply. All Bumpoosters cookies are dairy and nut free. Purchase Bumpboosters online – They cost $24.99 for 10. Orders of 2 or more are $22.50. (Some single cookies are sold at retail stores throughout the US.)
Discount Code – Use code BUMPITUP – for 20% off your order. Expires June 30. 2013. Enter the coupon code during checkout in the payment information section of the checkout page. Click the “apply coupon code” button.
Written by my daughter, Alicia who is pregnant and due in August.
Disclosure: Packages of Bumpoosters Pregnancy Cookies provided for review. Opinions are honest.
Please Note: Statements from the Bumpooster Pregnancy site are of of nutritional support. They not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information and products available on the website, or here are not intended as a substitute for the advice or medical care of a qualified healthcare professional, and you should seek the advice of your healthcare professional before undertaking any dietary or lifestyle changes.