A Healthy Pregnancy With 10 Super Foods

Let’s talk about pregnancy, not any pregnancy but healthy pregnancy. Everyone knows that this is the most important and significant magical moment in the life of every woman.  During this period your body is going through a lot of changes. Starting from hormonal changes and ending with physical changes on your body. But these changes are worth it in the end when that perfect creature comes out in this world. It will need its strength for its first breath and first welcome happy cry. Therefore, everything you do and eat can have positive or negative effects on your baby.  So eat a healthy diet during your pregnancy for just two reasons:  to stimulate you baby healthy growth in the womb and deal with the hormonal changes in your body.

Are you expecting? If you are prepare your body for the 9 months period with these 10 amazing foods.

  1. Bananas

Bananas provide energy which is crucial during your pregnancy. They are low in calories, and don’t have sodium, fat or cholesterol.  They also contain potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, fiber and vitamin B6. They can maintain a balance of fluids and have they are capable of reducing water retention. Also don’t forget the tryptophan that can give you a better sleep.

  1. Dried Apricots

They are opulent in iron and just a handful of this dried fruit will provide you with 10% of the recommended daily dose of iron. They don’t just contain iron; they also are a great source of magnesium, potassium, calcium, and the most important folic acid. All of these work in synergy and are preventing the bowl movement from getting inactive through your pregnancy.

  1. Dairy Products

Dairy products are also very important during every pregnancy because they are rich source of calcium, which is one of the essential mineral during pregnancy.  So consume a lot of dairy products to keep your little one healthy and strong. You can consume every kind of dairy products the more the merrier.

  1. Sweet Potato

Eating sweet potato can be an excellent source of energy. It can provide you with vitamin C, beta- carotene and calcium. All of these are promoting good skin and eye health.

  1. Tofu

Tofu is a good replacement for protein, especially if you are vegetarian and pregnant. Tofu promotes normal blood clotting, due to its rich amount of vitamins and minerals such as: magnesium, iron, calcium, vitamin K and A, etc.

  1. Eggs

Eggs are full of Omega-3- fatty acids and they are one of the best source of protein, and also they are low in calories. Their profusion in iron, choline and folic acid is making them able to prevent birth defects and they can help you keep the amniotic membranes strong.

  1. Broccoli

Broccoli the Hulk of vegetable, it’s another pregnancy essential. They contain manganese, potassium and folic acid. This combination can promote better development of your baby’s bones.

  1. Sunflower Seeds

They are small, but very nutritious. Sunflower seeds can supply you with magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium, potassium, vitamins such as: A, B, D, E and K, omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. These nutrients are very important for proper development of the baby.

  1. Chickpeas

This highly versatile kind of pea, contain an extra ordinary nutritional value, such as: Fiber, iron and protein. You can consume them raw or you can add them into salads, hummus, etc.

  1. Fish

Every one of us knows that the fish contains protein and fatty acids; they are essential for the development of your baby brain and eyes. But remember to limit the intake to 2 times per week and please be sure that the fish is well cooked., just to be safe.

Source: beautyhealthpage.com ; zeenews.india.com

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