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Do's and Don'ts to Eat / Drink / Do During Your Pregnancy

  1. Eating for two is not necessary during pregnancy, even though it is said: You should eat for two! Because you will probably automatically cut back on the amount of exercise, your body does not need calories for two. Just like before pregnancy, it is about healthy and varied food. Still, there are things you should and shouldn't eat. The do's and don'ts during pregnancy when it comes to eating are good to know. And also why it is a do or a don�t. With enough knowledge about what is good / less good / bad, you will make the right choice for you and your little one.

Folic Acid

  1. Citrus fruits / Source: Free-Photos, Pixabay If you want to become pregnant, it is recommended to start with a folic acid supplement of 400 micrograms (0.4 mg). This should be used until at least two months into the pregnancy. The reason for all this is to avoid the risk of neural tube defects, for example "spina bifida" or "spina bifida" before and around the fertilization period. However, this supplement is an extra addition, so the normal supply via food must take place alongside. Important sources of folic acid

Harmful substances

  1. Nicotine from cigarettes, drugs and alcohol

Listeria and Toxoplasma gondii

  1. Raw ham and cheese from raw milk / Source: Hans, Pixabay

The DOs

  1. A handful of nuts for Vitamin E / Source: Piviso, Pixabay Eating well during pregnancy often means Brussels sprouts, cabbage, chicory and broccoli. These vegetables contain anti-oxidants and iron, which are good for the baby. It is also important to get enough vitamin E, natural sources of vitamin E are: nuts, seeds and vegetable oil. Eating something every day that is meat, fish or egg is good for the proteins. Eat fish 1-2 times a week (preferably oily) because of the beneficial effect of omega-3 fatty acids on the development of the baby's brain. Sufficient calcium must also be considered. Calcium can be found in products such as milk, chocolate milk, buttermilk and drinking yoghurt. Half a liter to three quarters of a liter is not superfluous. But calcium can also be found in yogurt (plain / with fruits), pudding and cheese. To avoid constipation, fiber-rich foods are recommended, such as peeled fruit, legumes, and anything containing whole grain.

  2. A handful of nuts for Vitamin E / Source: Piviso, Pixabay Eating well during pregnancy often means Brussels sprouts, cabbage, chicory and broccoli. These vegetables contain anti-oxidants and iron, which are good for the baby. It is also important to get enough vitamin E, natural sources of vitamin E are: nuts, seeds and vegetable oil. Eating something every day that is meat, fish or egg is good for the proteins. Eat fish 1-2 times a week (preferably oily) because of the beneficial effect of omega-3 fatty acids on the development of the baby's brain. Sufficient calcium must also be considered. Calcium can be found in products such as milk, chocolate milk, buttermilk and drinking yoghurt. Half a liter to three quarters of a liter is not superfluous. But calcium can also be found in yogurt (plain / with fruits), pudding and cheese. To avoid constipation, fiber-rich foods are recommended, such as peeled fruit, legumes, and anything that contains whole grain.



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