Concerned about nutrition. Pregnant women are always concerned about their food. A balanced diet which includes all the vitamins, proteins, fats, minerals, calcium and iron are very important for a healthy pregnancy.  In this post, we will be highlighting the importance of Iron and also the foods which are a rich source of Iron, which can be easily included in your and your child’s diet.

Nuts - Dried fruits - As discomfort becomes more common during the third trimester, it's important to eat frequently. Nuts are a great source of protein and heart-healthy fats and make a great snack since they're easy to store.

We have already talked about the importance of proteins in our earlier newsletters. Today we are going to be talking about beans.

Dairy products are a great source of proteins. The pregnant woman should take care of the amount of protein in their diet. Dairy products contain two types of high-quality protein: casein and whey. Dairy is the best dietary source of calcium and provides high amounts of phosphorus, various B-vitamins, magnesium and zinc.

Vitamin C is also called ascorbic acid. It is essential for tissue repair, wound healing, bone growth and repair, and healthy skin.

This month we want to talk about Spinach (Palak). These leafy greens are packed with folate.

Ragi is what people in Asian, especially India, choose as their cereal. Just like oat, ragi also has a lot of health benefits for a pregnant mother as well as a new mom who want to do exclusive breastfeeding for her newborn baby.

Natural sugars and Fiber

Having bananas during the early weeks of pregnancy may help with nausea that many women experience.

Approximately 300 extra calories are needed daily to maintain a healthy pregnancy. These calories should come from a balanced diet of protein, carbohydrates, fats, and vitamins. Fruits, vegetables, and whole grains should be the primary source of nutrition and sweets and fats should be kept to a minimum.



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