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Beverages during pregnancy; what is / is not possible

  1. During your pregnancy, a number of rules change when it comes to eating and drinking. Where you used to be allowed to eat all fish and meat, you now have to be careful. The same goes for a number of drinks. In general, it can be said that everything can be consumed in moderation. But it is good to know some of the effects of certain drinks to take this into account. Some effects are negative, but there are also drinks that can help you with pregnancy ailments,

For the coffee drinkers

  1. A cup of coffee doesn't hurt, so feel free to start the day with a cup of coffee. But to be on the safe side, it is advisable to stick to one cup of coffee a day. Because a cup of coffee quickly contains 100mg of caffeine.

Research

  1. Extensive research has been conducted on women in their first trimester. That study found no effects in the fetus when that mother drank up to three cups of coffee a day. Few women drink more than three cups.

Recommendations

  1. It is therefore recommended to use decaf products as an alternative. But if you really need caffeine, don't take more than a cup. Or for example 1 can of cola. And do not venture into energy drinks anyway, such as Red Bull or Monster. It already contains too much caffeine.

For the tea lovers

  1. As an alternative to a cup of coffee, you can have a cup of tea.

Herbal tea

  1. It may be wise to avoid herbs in the first trimester, when the fetus is most vulnerable. In general, the herbs in teas are so diluted that it is harmless.

Avoid

  1. Nevertheless, it is wise to avoid teas that contain ingredients known for their pharmaceutical properties, such as kava, ginseng or St. John's wort. Also teas that stimulate menstruation or uterine contractions, such as black or blue silver spice.

Tasty and safe anyway

  1. Raspberry leaf tea is the foundation of most pregnancy teas and it is completely safe. It is thought to stimulate uterine contractions during labor (however, this has not been scientifically proven).

Soda

  1. Regular soda provides calories without any other nutrients and during pregnancy you want to make every calorie count. Don't make soda a substitute for nutritious foods and drinks.

With caffeine

  1. Caffeine is a stimulant that slows blood flow and can constrict veins. Keep in mind that the recommended limit for caffeine is 200mg per day. A soft drink usually contains about 35-55mg of caffeine. So it is wise to set a limit and take into account that other drinks also contain caffeine, such as coffee, tea and energy drinks (avoid these in general!).

Diet soda

  1. Diet soda can also be consumed as normal, as long as you keep an eye on the amounts of caffeine.

Diet shakes?

  1. These shakes are sacred to drink, but not when used for dieting! The easy-to-prepare shakes can be used for a once in a while meal on the go, but don't eat them every day. The shakes are usually a milk flavored drink with added vitamins and fiber. You can also make your own shakes if you want more insight and control over your nutrients. In general, it is not wise to diet or diet during pregnancy. The fetus needs enough calories and nutrients to be able to develop properly. A balanced diet will cause weight gain of 13-15 kilos.

  2. These shakes are sacred to drink, but not when used for dieting! The easy-to-prepare shakes can be used for a once-in-a-while meal on the go, but don't eat them every day. The shakes are usually a milk flavored drink with added vitamins and fiber. You can also make your own shakes if you want more insight and control over your nutrients. In general, it is not wise to diet or diet during your pregnancy. The fetus needs enough calories and nutrients to be able to develop properly. A balanced diet will increase weight by 13-15 kilos.



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