Most dietary guidelines are very generic, but the Higgins Intervention Method has specific plans for meeting the special requirements of mothers with different nutritional needs. I like the ability this method gives to really personalize the recommendations and the ability it gives me to quantify the nutritional needs rather than just saying “eat more”. If you are working with a pregnant teen, she needs more than the standard prenatal calories and protein.  This is because her body is still growing, and she needs to eat enough to support both her growth and the growth of her baby. So you would need to add the 300 additional calories a dayRead More →