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Pregnancy Nutrition special part 2: During Pregnancy

  1. Click below to read Part 1: Pregnancy Nutrition Special Part 1: Before Pregnancy

  1. In the first part of this special you have read all about the preparations you need to make if you want to become pregnant. We will now take it a step further and assume that you are already pregnant. We continue this special with a section on nutrition during your pregnancy.

  2. In the first part of this special you have read all about the preparations you have to make if you want to become pregnant. We will now take it a step further and assume that you are already pregnant. We continue this special with a section on nutrition during your pregnancy.

Eating and drinking during pregnancy

  1. During pregnancy, the unborn baby is completely dependent on the mother. This must, by eating responsibly, provide all the necessary nutrients to enable an optimal start for the future world citizen.

  1. If you have prepared yourself in a good way for the pregnancy, as described in the first part of this special, there is much less chance of a nutritional deficiency during and after pregnancy, resulting in a shortage of the nutrients necessary for the baby for optimal development.

  2. If you have prepared yourself in a good way for the pregnancy, as described in the first part of this special, there is much less chance of a nutritional deficiency during and after pregnancy, resulting in a lack of the nutrients so necessary for the baby for optimal development.

  1. Now that you are pregnant, you often get the unsolicited â € adviceâ € ™ that you should now eat for two. You shouldn't take this heartfelt advice literally, at least in quantity. It is very important to know that the quality of the food and drink is many times more important than the quantity.

  2. Now that you are pregnant, you often get the unsolicited â € adviceâ € ™ that you should now eat for two. Don't take this heartfelt advice literally, at least not in quantity. It is very important to know that the quality of the food and drink is many times more important than the quantity.

  1. Good nutrition during pregnancy has several advantages. Not only is it good for the health and development of the baby, and good for your own health, but it also contributes to a very fast and good recovery after pregnancy.

  1. But the basis for now is the health and development of the baby, as it has been proven several times that an unbalanced diet during pregnancy can lead to prematurity and reduced resistance to infection .

  1. Ok, so now that is clear: healthy eating is very important for you as a pregnant woman, and for the unborn baby. We all know how to eat healthy. If you still want to read a few things about this, then browse the site.

  2. Ok, so now that is clear: healthy eating is very important for you as a pregnant woman, and for the unborn baby. We all know how to eat healthy. If you still want to read a few things about this, browse the site for a while.

Things to watch out for:

  1. Proteins These are the building blocks of every living being and are thus vital to the development and growth of the baby. Protein is also important for you, because proteins are also the building blocks for the enlargement of your uterus and the development of your placenta.

  1. Calcium Calcium is known to be important for the formation of bones and healthy teeth. The baby is in the midst of bone development and therefore needs calcium. To prevent this from being at the expense of your own bone structure, it is necessary to take in extra calcium. For example, if you take three quarters of a liter of milk and a slice of cheese, this is already enough.

  2. Calcium Calcium is known to be important for the formation of bones and healthy teeth. The baby is in the middle of the development of the bone structure and therefore needs calcium. To prevent this from being at the expense of your own bone structure, it is necessary to take in extra calcium. For example, if you take three quarters of a liter of milk and a slice of cheese, this is already enough.

  1. Vitamin D Vitamin D, which is mainly produced under the influence of sunlight under the house, is important for the absorption of Calcium by the body. Sufficient calcium but no vitamin D means that you do not absorb calcium, so you have a shortage of both. A lack of vitamin D can also lead to fetal morbidity. Regularly taking a walk in the open air is in principle sufficient, without the sun necessarily having to shine. Foods with vitamin D include: eggs, fatty fish, liver, fish oil and whole milk products.

  2. Vitamin D Vitamin D, which is mainly produced under the influence of sunlight under the house, is important for the absorption of Calcium by the body. Sufficient calcium but no vitamin D means that you do not absorb calcium, so you are deficient in both. A lack of vitamin D can also lead to fetal morbidity. Regularly taking a walk in the open air is in principle sufficient, without the sun necessarily having to shine. Foods with vitamin D include: eggs, fatty fish, liver, fish oil and whole milk products.

  1. Iron Especially in the last months, pregnancy requires even more iron. This iron is necessary for the blood circulation of the child. In addition, the baby will also build up an iron reserve itself. Needless to say, this iron is taken from the mother's body. Iron suppliers are mainly fish, meat, eggs, legumes, vegetables and whole grain products

  1. Vitamin A Vitamin A is in principle very healthy, but an overdose can be very harmful, especially for pregnant women. A daily dose should not exceed 10,000 IU. With a normal diet, you do not have to worry about this. However, it is important to know that significantly exceeding the normal daily dose, even prior to pregnancy, can lead to serious malformations of the baby, especially in the facial area.

  2. Vitamin A Vitamin A is in principle very healthy, but an overdose can be very harmful, especially for pregnant women. A daily dose should not exceed 10,000 IU. With a normal diet, you do not have to worry about this. However, it is important to know that a significant exceedance of the normal daily dose, even before pregnancy, can lead to serious malformations of the baby, especially in the facial area.

  1. After birth, especially if you are breastfeeding, nutrition is still important. You can read about what has changed in part 3 of the special on nutrition and pregnancy.

  1. Click below to read Part 3: Pregnancy Nutrition special part 3: Ná de Pregnancy



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