Protein and Nutrition in TTTS and TAPS

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We’ve all asked this question: What do protein and nutrition have to do with twins, TTTS and TAPS? In this series, we’re going to explore healthy eating and some of the facts about nutrition in twin pregnancy.

In the first part, we’re going to cover some of the more commonly heard things about protein intake when you’re pregnant with twins. We’ll look at some of the science behind it and help you understand the evidence. In the second part, we’ll cover things like what you can eat, what a balanced diet looks like, and creative ways for getting that extra protein in your diet.

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TAPS Support Fast Five: Dr Ramesha Papanna

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Welcome to a new series of blog posts by TAPS Support. Our team is passionately following research, but we felt it was time to dive deeper into the stories of the people behind Twin Anaemia Polycythemia Sequence. It’s time to introduce the TAPS Support Fast Five, and this week we’re introducing Dr Ramesha Papanna.

In this series, we talk to the researchers and doctors who have dedicated their lives to researching not only TAPS, but other conditions and diseases affecting monochorionic twins.

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TAPS Support Fast Five: Dr Lauren Nicholas

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Welcome to a new series of blog posts by TAPS Support.  Our team is passionately following research, but we felt it was time to dive deeper into the stories of the people behind Twin Anaemia Polycythemia Sequence.  It’s time to introduce the TAPS Support Fast Five, and we’re introducing Dr Lauren Nicholas.

In this series, we talk to the researchers and doctors who have dedicated their lives to researching not only TAPS, but other conditions and diseases affecting monochorionic twins. 

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