Pregnancy Recipe


Before pregnancy:

If you are ready to get pregnant, you have to first think about balancing your diet. Think about making a big step toward a healthy and fulfilling life. It is always important to eat a variety of foods throughout the day, making sure you get the nutrients both you and your baby need. This balanced diet has to be very consistent even after your pregnancy. Although, you need to maintain the Appropriate body weight to have a healthy pregnancy. This page will give you helpful insights on how to take care of your self during pregnancy and how to feed your baby starting from giving birth until two years. Women who eat a balanced diet and constant exercise will be more likely to have fewer complications while delivering. I hope you will find this article very helpful.

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I believe pregnancy is a big step towards building a happy family. I hope you can’t wait to see your baby finally on the 40th week. These final weeks represent the overall 1000 days of your maternity. You might be wondering what the 1000 days are? They are days of birth of your baby until two years. At this stage, your baby has to get any necessary nutrients to build both his mental and physical ability. The balanced diet is very vital for your baby’s health, and it helps him to grow and lead a happy and healthy life in the future.

Additional nutrients

Try to take vitamin D (5 μg) or vitamin D rich diet for yourself daily. Fish/sardine and dairy products are rich in vitamin D. For the first 12 pregnancy weeks, and you should take folic acid (400 μg) on a daily basis.
Taking dairy products three times a day will help you achieve good health throughout your pregnancy period. Calcium also helps your baby grow a healthy heart, nerves, and muscles as well as develop a normal heart rhythm and blood-clotting abilities. If you don't get enough calcium in your diet when you're pregnant, your baby will draw it from your bones, which may impair your health later on.
Chicken, red meat, egg, bines and other vegetables are rich with iron. Your body uses an iron to make extra blood (haemoglobin) for you and your baby during pregnancy. Iron also helps move oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body and your baby's.
Limiting your sweet consumption is right for your health and your baby. You can take sweets occasionally for example, once or twice a week.