The Try Guys Diet Like Pregnant Women For A Week

The Try Guys Diet Like Pregnant Women For A Week

100 thoughts on “The Try Guys Diet Like Pregnant Women For A Week

  1. i feel like spitting on that bitch, every woman “ but we are so more special “ “ we are way smarter “ “ pregnancy is so hard “ kys then, also who rly knows i bet like 50% of thees are not rly proven at all. like this fem explained it, you should avoid to breath and live at all “ while pregnant “

  2. Zach really made me tear up, seeing him struggle and still try due to his disease and suppress the need to take his medications made my heart soft. I, then, cried thinking that there are mothers out there who are willing to go through all that because of the love they have for their kids <3 props to all mothers out there

  3. Dude I can’t even go 20 minutes in the morning without feeling side affects of not taking my mental health pills. I’ve tried so many things and these are the only ones that work. I feel like having to change my meds because of pregnancy would be so bad. If they didn’t work I’d get extremely depressed and really anxious. Now I’m getting anxious about getting pregnant and I’m only 15 lmao

  4. The crazy thing is that Zach touched a subject that really isn’t talked about enough related to pregnancy. It’s really hard when you have to sit and re-evaluate your life like that. I’m pregnant rn and it’s a struggle balancing my mental health along with making sure I don’t do anything to harm the baby. Wish this was more of a common topic

  5. My mom’s doctor recommended small amounts of wine while she was pregnant with me. I turned out fine….I think

  6. Watching this again after having a baby i really feel zach, i couldnt take anything for severe depression or massive chronic migraines and it suuuuuucked

  7. Seriously – it is exactly 100% true what Zach said about medication. As a Teenager growing up was really rough because I was constantly being swapped on meds and things that would trigger really bad meltdowns or panic attacks, or even make me almost contract a eating disorder. It's extremely crucial to be on the right medicine – it can truly be harmful. Even worse when you're without them. Thankfully by the time I have turned 17 (I turned 18 last month on the 28th! 🙂 ) I was completely off medication and everything calmed down. I had less meltdowns with anger episodes, I had less anxiety and panic attacks. The only thing that stuck with me – is my severe lack of intake despite what people think – I would actually starve myself in the fear that if I ate. I would gain more weight because growing up – it's hard to accept your body when everyone else around you shames it. It would be the same exact way of thinshaming, thinking you need to gain more and more weight to be just right. You have to go through years and years and years of growing that self-love and self-respect back. You have to go through friends and heartbreaks just to figure out yourself. In the end you really have to surround yourself in people that aren't toxic and are your biggest supporters. It's a hard journey – but I believe in you.

  8. It's really lovely they tried so hard to relate and understand what women go through with pregnancy.. not many men can empathise or even try to understand.

  9. I'm currently pregnant for the first time so I feel all of this 😂 I literally Google everything before eating or drinking something, also already suffer from anxiety and depression so pregnancy just makes it much harder to deal with but it's all worth having a baby at the end 🙂

  10. Eugene – "to all the moms out there"
    Moms worldwide – "oh thats nice, he's making a toast😊"
    Eugene -" im gonna pour one out "
    Moms worldwide – " good for him😄😌"
    Eugene – " into my mouth"
    Moms worldwide – confused 😕😞😏😤*angry*
    Eugene – attempts pouring glass into mouth Eugene fucks up and it goes up his nose, and everywhere
    ( you had one job Eugene, you totally missed! like where were u aiming? Thats right, you weren't ! 😂)
    Moms worldwide – "yes, revenge", *lmao-ing*🤣
    Eugene – * 😂😝 *
    Try guys – * 😂 🤣👌 *

  11. Okay… I followed every rule expect the cheese one because I'm Hispanic I need to have my cheese and my doctor has told me countless times that my baby is 100% healthy and fine .. 🤷

  12. I'm sure somewhere in the comments, it mentions what Zach was getting at about his chronic pain: high risk pregnancy. My sister was high risk because of diabetes, and the monitor the eff outta you and prefer to induce a little early, going by her experience.

  13. ok but I can't be the only one that's scared that they don't know how to actually cook food but are all adults? Like, whats going on there?

  14. I'm 7 months pregnant and I felt what zack was saying. I have generalized anxiety and major depressive disorder and can't take the only medications that are safe for me. I'm paranoid and on edge every single day about my child being okay. My husband is military, so I'm dealing with this alone. It is by far the hardest thing I've ever had to do, and no one understands that. I can't wait until January 3rd.

  15. Im pregnant and i eat hotdogs and salami but all cooked so idk where they got the u cant eat hotdogs because u can well i cook my own hotdogs at home maybe somewhere else u cnt and u can eat salami and pepperoni but cooked dont just shove it in your mouth raw

  16. Me:starts thinking about not being able to drink when pregnant and how it's going to suck

    Me one second later: remembers I'm a lesbain

  17. "Now you're 30 something and it's your first time having a baby" So, having a baby means you need to be over 30? Gotcha.

  18. Doctor: you’re 30 something and it’s your first time having a baby…
    Me: my mom was 24 when she had me. And no, I was not a mistake. Lol

  19. I'm pregnant, only in my second trimester and this is my first pregnancy. It's really hard, I'm 19 and I had a job and did college full time before the pregnancy. My entire first trimester I was violently sick all day everyday. I've had to stop taking my medications for my sleep disorders. I managed to quit nicotine in a week, but everyone I live with continues vaping in the house and around me. I can't take any pain killers because when you're pregnant the only one you can really take is acetaminophen but I have medical conditions that make it so I can't. Being pregnant is hard. It is taxing and stressful and painful and a mess. And people around you often don't care enough to control themselves with comments or touching or their vices (obviously it's fine ish if you're in a smoking area and they smoke but in the middle of a conversation after asking them not to around you is what irritates me). And the worst part is, you will likely feel like the bad guy. I was yelled at for weening myself off of nicotine to help avoid withdrawal and then when I asked the friend group to not use nicotine products around me, the same person yelled at me because they smoked while pregnant and all the kids came out at normal weights. It's the worst feeling. The only two people who cared was my s/o and my best friend that I live with

  20. my mom had toxoplasmosis when she was pregnant with me and she was in the hospital the entire 9 months. The doctors told her to abort me as i would be still born and was risking her chances of ever getting pregnant again. She didnt and Im perfectly healthy (they called me a miracle baby cause there was all kinds of stuff they said would be wrong with me). But they also told me that the toxoplasmosis transferred to me and i have it now

  21. First pregnancy: NO COFFEE or my baby will DIE!

    Second pregnancy: Plenty of worse things that could happen.

    No but really there is a new video out where doctors answer pregnancy questions and myths. They went over this and it's fine if you drink coffee while pregnant.

  22. 13:57
    For people who actually want a baby and have talked with their spouse, this stuff is already thought through and carefully planned out, because they want to make sure that their baby is healthy and safe to the best of their ability..rather than just go for it without any thoughts about it prior and hope for the best…Because want to make sure the baby makes it to birth so they can have a kid.
    It would be cruel to get pregnant and be in the middle of your pregnancy and just abort the baby or quit the diet and risk the baby's life because YOU didn't think about this beforehand or ask a doctor if you're unsure…It's a big frickin' responsibility that not all people can or should go through…
    Unpopular opinion, I know, but there is no not "going through with it".. once you're pregnant, you're pregnant until you push that baby out. If you recognize the baby as another human being, you wouldn't do something like that, you'd live with the pain and make sacrifices until you have your baby.
    Long thought short, ladies, if y'all aren't sure, ask a doctor. Never hurts to ask a doctor to make sure there are other drugs you can try beforehand and see if they work, otherwise, I'd suggest adoption…

  23. LMAO!!! That's such bullshit! 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week AT LEAST for exercise. She's way too strict. Most people in this country don't even do that. A pregnant woman who didn't do that before pregnancy certainly isn't going to do that after she's preggers. 😛

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