Morning Sickness During Pregnancy

Morning sickness can be debilitating.

Especially with the regular fatigue that comes with pregnancy.

I got a little morning sickness in my 2nd pregnancy and I applied these 2 tips I’m about to give you and I was a different human.
It helped so much.

I share these tips more in depth in this video, if you rather watch or listen to it while driving, cooking, running errands, showering, etc.. you can do that instead.

Causes of Morning Sickness

There are 2 causes of morning sickness.

  1. Depletion of Vitamin B.
  2. Stomach empties.

Depletion of Vitamin B

This happens because the body is in a state of stress because its working so hard to create and sustain the pregnancy and environment for the baby to grow in.

Pregnancy is hard on the body.

Your body is working on over drive and when that happens you cortisol levels are high and you use up all your B vitamins.

This depletion in Vitamin B is a huge culprit in nausea and morning sickness.

Stomach Empties

This is happens when you haven’t eaten in several hours and your stomach is empty. This could cause nausea even when not pregnant, so even more so when pregnant.

This is why it’s so important when pregnant, to not let yourself get hungry.

This is why I’m always telling you to be prepared and prep healthy snacks that you can have readily available and good for on the go.

This is also why I encourage you to have mPower.

mPower is protein powder specifically formulated for pregnancy.

Not only does it have protein, it also has a little bit of carbs to give you energy, crush your cravings and keep you fuller longer.

It also counts as your prenatal, folate and has ALL B VITAMINS.


If you have not gotten mPower yet, you are cray cray girlfriend.

Click Here to get your mPower (it’s so delicious too).

How To Get Rid of Morning Sickness

  1. A good quality Vitamin B
  2. Eat every 2-3 hours + try to eat throughout the night.

Vitamin B

If you want to try mPower which you should because its a good way to get breakfast in if you don’t like eating first thing in the morning, or as a meal replacement or as a quick on the go snack.

IT ALSO HAS ALL B VITAMINS so its a great way to help your morning sickness and enjoy a yummy shake or smoothie.

But you can also get a good quality LIQUID B VITAMIN.

Liquid is better because its more absorbable.

And good quality is key because if its not then your body won’t absorb it.

I get one on amazon by Premier Research Labs. Its a bit expensive but pregnancy is a time when you want to splurge a bit because everything affects the baby.


I have found that through the night eating really makes a difference and really helps get rid of the morning sickness.

See the night time, while you sleep is the longest you go without eating.

Your stomach is definitely empty when you wake up which is why you feel the most sick then.

What helped me was I would make a healthy snack like my oatmeal pancakes or oatmeal muffins and place them on my night table and every time I got up to go to the bathroom which was about 3-5 times a night… I would have a bite.

When I started doing this…. I never felt sick again in the morning.


Since then I have shared this tip with thousands of women who have gone through my Fit Mom To Be Program and have also gotten rid of morning sickness, so I would definitely try this.

Now that we have mPower available, you can also sip on a yummy mPower protein shake through the night… that may be easier as well.

I hope this helps.

Here’s a little video on how to control weight gain during pregnancy, in case you are struggling with that.

If you start my pregnancy workout program, I will see you inside the program.  

I have lots of tips for you and I can’t wait for you to see all the videos of the exercises.

Send me YOUR BUMP PICTURES, would be great to compare with after you have your baby….

So you can see how fabulous you will look.  

I would also love to feature you and your beautiful bump.

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Click here to start theFit Mom-To-Be Workout Program so you can have a really good, safe and effective pregnancy workout plan that you can do for the rest of your pregnancy.

Pregnancy Diet Plan

If you are struggling with what to eat and different options that are SAFE for the baby and won’t make you GAIN WEIGHT, you will totally enjoy and get great use of theMMF Pregnancy Diet Plan.

  1. Full Meal Plan for entire pregnancy (know exactly what nutrients you and baby need).
  2. Increase energy & decrease fatigue with the best food combinations.
  3. Easy Kid-Friendly Recipes that will save you time in the kitchen.
  4. Helps reduce cravings so you eat healthier and gain less weight.
  5. Yummy and comforting meals so you can still enjoy eating.

It’s not too late to SLOW DOWN & LESSEN your Pregnancy Weight Gain.

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If you exercise, you will see a huge change.  

Less weight gain, not as fast and you will feel tighter, more fit, more energetic and less fatigue.

If you don’t want to spend 6-24 months postpartum losing your “BABY WEIGHT”, invest a little time, energy and possibly resources into your health and fitness this pregnancy.  It will be so worth it when you are back at your pre-pregnancy weight in less than 3 months and feeling like yourself again.

If you need guidance, support and a safe exercise plan, you will love my Fit Mom-To-Be Workout Program (tested by TENS OF THOUSANDS of pregnant women). 

And you can do it for your entire pregnancy (its not just a 12 week program).

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Here is what you can expect:

  • Less Weight Gain
  • Less Stretch Marks and Cellulite
  • Faster Labor & Delivery
  • Faster Postpartum Weight Loss
  • More Energy
  • Less Aches & Pains
  • Less Chances of Gestational Diabetes
  • Better Sleep

What You Get:

  • Monthly workouts that change every 4 weeks (which delivers the best results).
  • No gym is required (2 versions available: home and gym).
  • Exercise Videos & Pictures of every single exercise.
  • Can view, access and download on any smart phone, tablet or computer.
  • Private Facebook Group for support, community and questions answered by Michelle Marie.
  • Monthly pregnancy nutrition tips to help you throughout your pregnancy.

To start your pregnancy workouts, click here:  Fit Mom-To-Be

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