Pregnancy Diet & Food Guide App

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#1 Pregnancy Diet

Pregnant? Hangry? Looking for a meal that will make your tummy and your baby happy?

We’re here to make your pantry into a one-stop shop of healthy and delicious foods that will give your baby the best start to life.

QUICK TIPS FOR FOODS TO EAT WHEN PREGNANT:

– Dairy products, especially yogurt, are a great choice. They help you meet increased protein and calcium needs.

– Legumes are super sources of folate, fiber, and many other nutrients. Folate is a very important nutrient during pregnancy.

– Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of beta carotene, which your body transforms into vitamin A. Vitamin A is important for the growth and differentiation of cells in your growing baby.

– Salmon contains the essential omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, which are important for brain and eye development in your growing baby. It’s also a natural source of vitamin D.

– Whole eggs are incredibly nutritious and a great way to increase your overall nutrient intake. They also contain choline, an essential nutrient for brain health and development.

– Broccoli and leafy greens contain most of the nutrients that you’ll need. They’re also rich in fiber, which may help prevent or treat constipation.

– Lean meat is a good source of high-quality protein. Beef and pork are also rich in iron, choline, and B vitamins, all of which are important nutrients during pregnancy.

– Berries contain water, carbs, vitamin C, fiber, vitamins, antioxidants, and plant compounds. They may help you increase your nutrient and water intake.

– Whole grains are packed with fiber, vitamins, and plant compounds. They’re also rich in B vitamins, fiber, and magnesium.

– Avocados contain high amounts of monounsaturated fatty acids, fiber, folate, and potassium. They may help relieve leg cramps, too.

– Dried fruit may be highly beneficial for pregnant women since they’re small and nutrient-dense. Just make sure to limit your portions and avoid candied varieties, to prevent excess sugar intake.

– Drinking water is important as your blood volume increases during pregnancy. Adequate hydration may also help prevent constipation and urinary tract infections.

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