3 Powerful Recommendations for Safe Delivery (You May not Like It)

Nutritional deficiency has resulted  to anemia with over 35 to 37 of pregnancy women.  In order to keep your baby healthy, a balance diet should contain all the nutrients need to eliminate deficiency to keep you and your baby healthy. Because of the changes in your body, you may need to include vitamins and minerals you are not using before or familiar with in your diet. Good diet will provide enough energy and nutrients to your body which will ease the baby development and will also allow the baby to easily accommodate the changes occuring.
Fruits and vegetables
The foundation of every healthy diet are Fruit and Vegetables. Taking in them during pregnancy is highly recommended because they are rich in nutrients such as vitamin C and folic acid that can aid in your baby’s growth. Pregnant women should include at least 70mg of vitamin C in their dailydiet,  which is rich in citrus fruits such as oranges, limes, grapefruits and vegetables such as broccoli, turnip greens and cabbage.
On the other hand, folic acid is a type of vitamin that is known to prevent birth defects in the baby’s spinal cord and brain, also known as neural tube defects. In order to properly harvest the benefits of folic acid, an intake of 0.4 mg per day is recommended. A good source of folic acid can be found in leafy green vegetables such as spinach, breads, cereals and rice, although taking a vitamin supplement containing at least 400micrograms of folic acid can help you get includethe recommended amount. You should eat at least 2-4 servings of fruit and 4 or more servings of vegetables every day.
 Dairy Products
In sopporting your baby during pregnancy, you will need at least 100mg of calciun. Calcium is useful and essential for building strong bones and teeth, muscle activity and nerve function. Needless to say, calcium is very important for both you and your baby’s health. Also, since your growing baby needs a considerable amount of calcium, if you starve yourself by not consuming enough calcium, your body will harvest calcium from your bones and this can also lead to future problems such as osteoporosis. To avoid this said consequense, you should  consume at least 4 servings of diary product. Good sources of calcium include cheese, yoghurt, and milk.
While there are a lot of good food for your pregnancy out there, you should also take time to research on the types of foods to avoid. If you do your best to take care of yourself by eating a healthy diet and avoid deficiency, your baby will definitely grow fast and become healthy.
Whole Grains
The main source of energy for pregnancy comes from the carbohydrate it contains meanwhile,  pregnancy diet should contain whole grains to trigger proper growth of you and your baby. That is the reason why being on a keto diet while pregnant is highly discouraged since the body is denied the carbs that it needs to support the baby and you can also be exposed to keto flu symptoms/disease.
Whole grains and enriched products provide fiber and other important nutrients such as thiamin, riboflavin and niacin that improve your digestion and make it easier for your baby to absorb the nutrients needed for growth. Depending on your weight, taking between 6 to 11 ounces of whole grains like whole-wheat bread, oatmeal, or rice daily gives you the amount of nutrients required.

When these foods are eaten in moderation and the tips are adequately followed, what results is an exciting and easy delivery.

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