Nutrient Food to sufficient mother and unborn child

Nutrient food to sufficient mother and unborn child


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Every woman during her pregnancy should take food sufficient to mother and unborn child.
She should take balanced food to meet requirement of mother and also to develop all parts of Unborn child...If any nutrient is insufficient to the unborn child the concerned part of the body will be defective.  Your unborn child's body requirement will be increased day by day accordingly mother should supply required nutrients.
Nutrients And Vitamins For Pregnancy
It is important to remember that with a healthy diet, you should be able to get the full amount of these vitamins and minerals. Talk with your healthcare provider about additional supplements to ensure that (1) you are getting enough of each vitamin/mineral, and (2) you are not exceeding the daily maximum for each vitamin/mineral, to avoid  toxicity or overdose
Since a healthy diet should provide most if not all of these vitamins and minerals, you likely will not need to take a prenatal supplement that contains 100% of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) listed below in the table.
Essential Vitamin/Mineral:Why You Need It:Where You Find It:
Vitamin A & Beta Carotene (770 mcg, daily max = 1000 mcg)Helps bones and teeth growLiver, milk, eggs, carrots, spinach, green and yellow vegetables, broccoli, potatoes, pumpkin, yellow fruits, cantaloupe
Vitamin D (5 mcg/600 IU, daily max = 4000 IU)Helps body use calcium and phosphorus; promotes strong teeth and bonesMilk, fatty fish, sunshine
Vitamin E (15 mg, daily max = 1000 mg)Helps body form and use red blood cells and musclesVegetable oil, wheat germ, nuts, spinach, fortified cereals
Vitamin C (80 – 85 mg*, daily max = 2000 mg)An antioxidant that protects tissues from damage and helps body absorb iron; builds healthy immune systemCitrus fruits, bell peppers, green beans, strawberries, papaya, potatoes, broccoli, tomatoes
Thiamin/B1 (1.4 mg)Raises energy level and regulates nervous systemWhole grain, fortified cereals, wheat germ, organ meats, eggs, rice, pasta, berries, nuts, legumes, pork
Riboflavin/B2 (1.4 mg)Maintains energy, good eyesight, healthy skinMeats, poultry, fish, dairy products, fortified cereals, eggs
Niacin/B3 (18 mg, daily max = 35 mg)Promotes healthy skin, nerves, and digestionHigh-protein foods, fortified cereals, and bread, meats, fish, milk, eggs, peanuts
Pyridoxine/B6 (1.9 mg, daily max = 100 mg)Helps form red blood cells; helps to reduce morning sicknessChicken, fish, liver, pork, eggs, soybeans, carrots, cabbage, cantaloupe, peas, spinach, wheat germ, sunflower seeds, bananas, beans, broccoli, brown rice, oats, bran, peanuts, walnuts
Vitamin B12 (2.6 mcg)Important factor in DNA synthesis, and may help prevent neural tube defects (NTDs)Shellfish, fish, beef, liver, pork, eggs, dairy, poultry
Folic Acid/Folate(400 – 800 mcg†, daily max = 1000 mcg)Helps support the placenta and prevents spina bifida and other NTDsOranges, orange juice, strawberries, green leafy vegetables, spinach, beets, broccoli, cauliflower, fortified cereals, peas, pasta, beans, nuts
Calcium (1,000 – 1,300 mg‡)Creates healthy bones and teeth, helps prevent blood clots, helps muscles and nerves functionYogurt, milk, cheddar cheese, calcium-fortified foods like soy milk, juices, bread, cereals, dark green leafy vegetables, canned fish with bones
Iron (27 mg)Helps in the production of hemoglobin; prevents anemia, low birth weight, and premature deliveryBeef, pork, dried beans, spinach, dried fruits, wheat germ, oatmeal or grains fortified with iron
Protein (71 g)Helps in the production of amino acids; repairs cellsMost animal foods, meat, poultry, eggs, dairy products, veggie burgers, beans, legumes, nuts
Zinc (11 – 13 mg**)Helps produce insulin and enzymesRed meats, poultry, beans, nuts, whole grains, fortified cereals, oysters, dairy products
All nutrients needed for you and your unborn child are available in your Healthy food which is safe..No side effects...No reactions

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