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What nutrients should you add to your meals during pregnancy?

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If you cannot eat due to morning sickness or other reasons, it may be necessary to supplement your food intake with vitamin and mineral supplements.

Updated on October 11, 2020, Amara
What nutrients should you add to your meals during pregnancy?

Before getting pregnant and during pregnancy, it is important to add the nutrients to feed your baby and keep yourself healthy. Understand the importance of nutrients. There are nutrients that are really important during pregnancy because they help make sure that the baby's development is normal. Three really important elements are:

Calcium: Calcium allows your baby to have strong bones. It is also important for your bones.
Iron:- iron ensures the high quality of your blood circulating in your body and that of your baby.
Folic acid: It helps prevent your baby's neural tube defects and helps your body make blood.

How to add important nutrients to your diet?

Look for these elements from natural sources:

Calcium: Milk, cheese, yogurt, salmon, tofu, broccoli, almonds
Iron: Red meat, eggs, beans, leafy vegetables, whole wheat bread
Folic acid: Whole wheat bread, citrus, citrus juice, liver, dark green vegetables

Make sure that you include these supplements before, during and after pregnancy. Nutrients are also important for the breastfeeding period which increases the nutritional needs of the woman.

If you cannot eat due to morning sickness or other reasons, it may be necessary to supplement your food intake with vitamin and mineral supplements.

It's important to eat enough to maintain your health - now is not the time for dieting.

Quit smoking. Women who smoke during pregnancy have a higher risk of miscarriage, giving birth prematurely or having a very small baby.

Do not drink alcohol during pregnancy to avoid the risk of birth defects.


From the same contributor, Amara


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