A new study by the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research has found that overweight pregnant women should NOT eat for two, reports "Good Morning America." In fact, most overweight moms-to-be should not gain ANY weight during pregnancy. This will help them avoid high blood pressure, diabetes, bigger babies, C-sections and birth injuries.
"GMA" featured mom-to-be Jamie Martin, who at 7½ months pregnant has only gained six pounds.
If gaining less weight is healthier for mom and baby, we're all for it -- but it seems like it would be really hard to gain little to no weight during pregnancy.
Plus-sized moms: How many pounds did you gain during pregnancy? What do you think of this new study?