Mother's food improve unborn Child's Health

Mother'f food improves unborn child's Health


Get adequate iron. During pregnancy, your iron needs nearly double, to about 30 milligrams per day, to support your 50-percent increase in blood volume and to promote fetal iron storage. Iron transports oxygen, and your baby benefits from a healthy supply. To boost absorption, combine iron-rich foods with vitamin C, such as loading your chicken burrito with salsa.

Bone up on calcium. Aim to get at least 1,000 milligrams a day; your baby needs it for tooth and bone development in the second and third trimesters. Plus, if you don't get enough calcium in your diet, the fetus will leach it from your bones, which may increase your osteoporosis risk later in life.

 Focus on fiber. A diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains helps prevent constipation and hemorrhoids and keeps you feeling full so you are less likely to overeat. High-fiber foods also are packed with vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals essential to your baby's development. Aim to get at least 25 to 35 milligrams of fiber a day, about twice what most Americans consume.


Buy organic foods whenever possible. Pesticide exposure has been linked to miscarriage, birth defects, preterm birth, growth restriction and some childhood cancers and immune disorders. Eating organic foods can result in lower pesticide levels in adults and in children, whose immune systems are not yet fully developed.
Get enough folic acid. Ideally, you need 400 micrograms of this B vitamin daily before conceiving. Because sufficient intake in the first trimester reduces neural-tube defects such as spina bifida by 50 to 70 percent, you should increase the dose to 600 micrograms when pregnancy is confirmed. New research suggests that supplementing with folic acid for a year before pregnancy and in the second trimester can also dramatically reduce the risk of preterm delivery.
 Trash junk food. If you constantly indulge in fries and shakes now, your child might clamor for Dairy Queen in the future, new research on animals suggests. "Somehow a salty, sugary, high-fat, low nutrient-dense diet seems to program a baby's taste preference," says Elizabeth Somer, M.A., R.D., author of Nutrition for a Healthy Pregnancy (Henry Holt).
Ban bacteria. To protect your baby from harmful bacteria such as Listeria, Salmonella and E. coli, any of which can, in severe cases, cause miscarriage or preterm delivery, steer clear of soft cheeses made with unpasteurized milk, as well as raw or undercooked meat, poultry, seafood or eggs. Keep your fridge below 40*F, and dump leftover food that's been sitting out for more than two hours.

Avoid alcohol. Behavior problems, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity and aggressive behavior in children can result when mom drinks during pregnancy. No amount is safe.


Every person needs Nutritional Food i.e which will help to avoid health problems, which will help to
release energy for our daily activities, growth Physically & mentally.
Similarly Pregnant woman has to take food to fulfill her requirements as well as unborn child's
requirements
Our body needs Vitamins, Iron, Minerals etc for maintaining our health Physically and Mentally.
If you take food so that all its nutritional requirements are sufficiently supplied, you will not have any health problems.
You will get all vitamins, iron, minerals etc which your body needs are available in fruits, vegetables, food grains, nuts etc. You can see from CAUSES OF HEALTH PROBLEMS

See some of Defective child births around the Globe from my blog  Defectivebirths
I wish U to have Healthy and Brilliant Child....Avoid Defective births, Criminals  etc....Have Healthy food, Healthy life style....to give birth the child as you desire.  Please read my other blogs Profession, Defective birth etc.....This blog brought by http://successgain.info  and http://successgain.us

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