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Nutrition during pregnancy


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I would like to start this week with a quote from Ibn Sina (980-1037) from Bukhari. The baby should be breastfed as much as possible. Because breastmilk is the food that most closely resembles the blood that feeds it in the womb before the baby is born. Breast milk is easily digested by the baby and is beneficial for the baby. Therefore, it is the most suitable food for the baby's nutrition and growth. ' As you can see, this word, which is exaggerated to you, remains valid today.

I continue my knowledge to prepare your baby for this healthy environment.

Medicines: Any medicine used during pregnancy can harm your baby. Therefore, you should be in close contact with your doctor. They are also pesticides and insecticides that the mothers unwittingly take and which directly affect the baby. Pesticides such as DDT, diazinon, aldrin, malotin are added to agricultural products to protect food from insects. They leave residue in foods. The biggest side effects are on children, pregnant and lactating mothers. Since we do not know the remnants of the drugs in our foods, it is necessary to wash the vegetables and fruits well and not to eat moldy, dented and rotten foods.

Nausea and taste changes in pregnancy: Nausea and vomiting, which are observed in the first weeks of pregnancy and of unknown cause, are natural and this directly affects the adequate intake of the pregnant mother. In case of persistent vomiting, the lost fluid and electrolytes must be replaced (consult your doctor). In this period, excessive sensitivity is seen in taste and smell sensations of mothers. Contrary to the intense desire to eat food, it causes metabolic changes in food disgust. It is stated that salty biscuits, bread or crackers consumed before being left out of bed prevent nausea and facilitate the intake of food to be taken later.

Pica: It is natural that appetite is usually high during pregnancy. In particular, there may be excessive desire for certain foods. Sometimes this is extreme and can be directed to some non-nutrient substances. This is often observed in undernourished young mothers. One reason of the peak is that the feeling of nausea decreases. This may cause iron deficiency anemia when seen as eating soil.

Constipation: The effect of some pregnancy hormones decreasing bowel movements, decrease in movements due to weight gain, changes in the diet, increase the rate of constipation in pregnant mothers. Raw, abundant and nutrient consumption of fiber-containing vegetables and fruits, increasing fluid intake, and defeat of dried fruits help to solve this problem. Again, legumes, cereals prepared with dried fruits, oatmeal and increasing physical movement are among the recommendations I would make to mothers with constipation problems.

Anemia: Weakness, fatigue and frequent illness are important symptoms of iron deficiency anemia. Increasing iron absorption can be recommended by consuming animal foods, dried legumes, dried fruits with vitamin C-rich foods such as freshly squeezed fruit juices.

Preeclemsia: In this particular case, which is observed in 4% of pregnant mothers, a condition characterized by elevated blood pressure, blood urea nitrogen and blood pressure occurs. In this case, limitation of protein intake and salt intake should be made (consult a nutritionist).

DAILY NUTRITION PROGRAM IN PREGNANCY

Breakfast:
1 cup of calcium-rich low-sugar milk
1 karper-sized cheese or 1 egg
1 fruit or ½ cup fruit juice
1 thin slice of bread
Tomato, red pepper, green pepper, parsley.

Snacks:
1 piece of fruit or juice

Noon:
1 dish of meat (chicken, turkey, lean red meat) vegetable dish
1 bowl of rice or pasta or 1 medium potato
1 bowl of dry legume or stew
1 slice of bread
1 bowl of yogurt / tzatziki / ayran
1 piece of fruit

Snacks:
1 cup of calcium-rich low-sugar milk
1 piece of fruit

Evening:
1 bowl of preferred soup (with yoghurt, tarhana, legumes)
1 dish of vegetable dish (prepared with seasonal vegetables)
1 slice of bread
1 piece of fruit
Seasonal salad

Snacks:
1 cup of calcium-rich low-sugar milk

I think you read my articles about Nutrition in Pregnancy with pleasure, I wish your pregnancy will go smoothly.

With love!!!



Comments:

  1. Zulkishura

    Bravo, excellent thinking

  2. Maximus

    It doesn't come close to me.

  3. Benton

    the graceful phrase

  4. Mogrel

    I fully share her point of view. In this nothing there is a good idea. Ready to support you.

  5. Aranck

    And yet it seems to me that you need to think carefully about the answer ... Such questions cannot be resolved in a rush!



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