Pregnancy Nutrition Recommendations
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At the beginning of your pregnancy, you may begin to feel nauseous and/or have morning sickness which is often the common signs you are pregnant for those that are unaware. Therefore, one recommendation which may help is to add ginger to your daily diet. This helps to settle the stomach and can easily be adapted into your diet. The most common way is to add ginger to hot water as you would a hot tea. Another is by making a smoothie for the morning including foods such as spinach, avocado and fresh lemon, ginger and orange. This contains a great source of folate which is good for you and your unborn baby.
Eating little and often and including foods containing starchy carbohydrates in your meals and snacks may also help to reduce nausea.
As a pregnant woman, it is important to remember the simple dos and don’ts of pregnancy nutrition to ensure you and your unborn baby remain as healthy as possible. Therefore, try to avoid foods and drinks that may put your baby’s health at risk. Also, try to familiarise yourself with key nutrients, foods and supplements (e.g. folic acid and vitamin D) needed for you and your unborn baby’s health.
A common issue tends to be using pregnancy as an excuse to eat foods high in fat or sugar or larger portions than you need. We would highly recommend that this does not happen as the foods need to be nutritious and wholesome for you and your unborn baby.
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