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Nutrition during pregnancy

  1. During pregnancy it is very important to eat a healthy and varied diet. This is important for your baby, but also for yourself. Healthy nutrition has a dual purpose. On the one hand to keep yourself in good shape and on the other hand to give your baby the necessary nutrients for optimal development. During pregnancy you should not eat "for two". That is a myth. With a varied diet, and the occasional healthy extra, you have the perfect nutrition for a fit and energy-rich pregnancy. Avoid raw cheeses and watch out for toxoplasmosis.

No extra vitamins or minerals, but folic acid

  1. You would think that you should take extra vitamins and minerals. But nothing is less true. After all, a healthy and varied diet ensures sufficient absorption of vitamins and minerals. In fact, too much vitamins A and D can be harmful to your baby's health. These vitamins can be found in butter and liver. Only if your doctor or gynecologist prescribes it, can you take extra vitamins or minerals. Only then will there be a medical reason for an extra admission. Folic Acid

Beware of food poisoning and toxoplasmosis

  1. Toxoplasmosis

Five extra tips for a healthy diet

  1. Do not eat raw meat or undercooked meat such as américain, minced meat or raw fish. All dishes with raw eggs such as mayonnaise, chocolate mousse are not suitable for pregnant women. Only have pasteurized cheeses. These cheeses kill the bacteria that make you sick. You should not eat unpasteurized cheeses or raw cheeses such as Camembert, Brie and Roquefort. You can find this mention on the packaging. When preparing vegetables, you should wash them two to three times. This way you can ensure that all bacteria have disappeared. If you go to a restaurant, you can ask whether the vegetables have been washed several times. Just state that you are pregnant. If you don't trust it, you can choose a dish without vegetables. Have your partner change the litter box to avoid the risk of toxoplasmosis. Try to avoid coffee and alcohol. Drink a maximum of two to three cups of coffee per day. After all, too much caffeine can cause low birth weight. It is best not to drink alcohol. On a special occasion, one glass is possible, of course at your own risk.

  2. Do not eat raw meat or undercooked meat such as américain, minced meat or raw fish. All dishes with raw eggs such as mayonnaise, chocolate mousse are not suitable for pregnant women. Only have pasteurized cheeses. These cheeses kill the bacteria that make you sick. You should not eat unpasteurized cheeses or raw cheeses such as Camembert, Brie and Roquefort. You can find this mention on the packaging. When preparing vegetables, you should wash them two to three times. This way you can ensure that all bacteria have disappeared. If you go to a restaurant, you can ask whether the vegetables have been washed several times. Simply state that you are pregnant. If you don't trust it, you can choose a dish without vegetables. Have your partner change the litter box to avoid the risk of toxoplasmosis. Try to avoid coffee and alcohol. Drink a maximum of two to three cups of coffee per day. After all, too much caffeine can cause low birth weight. It is best not to drink alcohol. On a special occasion, one glass is possible, of course at your own risk.



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