The months leading up to becoming pregnant and pregnancy itself are the most important times to concentrate on what you’re eating. We all know the early signs of pregnancy can include morning sickness. So just as you make a plan for labor and delivery and banking your newborn’s cord blood, so should you make a plan to eat healthy and often to avoid the dreaded symptoms of morning sickness. Although there is no ‘cure’ for it, there are things you can do to feel more comfortable. Eating small meals throughout the day — not skipping meals — is key to keeping your morning sickness to a minimum. Here is an article that give you a few suggestions on how to keep morning sickness at bay.