Before pregnancy, some women disapprove of some of their life habits before pregnancy, thinking that doing so before pregnancy will not affect the health of the baby in the abdomen. However, pregnant women still adhere to bad habits, which will eventually affect your future baby. In fact, in order to have a healthy and intelligent baby, we should start slowly from the details of daily life. Next, I would like to introduce four habits that couples should avoid during pregnancy preparation, so as to prepare women for pregnancy.

Partiality and diet

During pregnancy, due to the growth and development of the fetus and the needs of the pregnant mother herself, adequate nutrients must be obtained from the diet. Especially in the first three months of pregnancy, fertilized eggs are in the period of the most vigorous differentiation, and various organ systems have not yet formed. At this time, more and more nutrients and trace elements are needed by pregnant mothers.

If pregnant mothers are partial to food and diet, all kinds of nutrients needed by the body can not be supplemented in time, which will inevitably lead to the lack of trace elements and harm the baby.

When preparing meals during pregnancy, we should take into account the proper intake of protein, fat and sugar. The calorie requirement of pregnant mothers is about 25% higher than that of non-pregnant mothers. The daily calorie requirement should be between 2500 and 2700 kilocalories. We should also diversify our diet.

What would you like to eat before pregnancy? I suggest that pregnant mothers should eat more foods rich in iodine, zinc, copper, iron and other trace elements. In natural foods, animal foods containing more zinc include beef, mutton, pork, fish, eggs, etc., and plant foods include peanuts, sesame, etc.

In all kinds of vegetables, soybeans and soybean products, pork liver and other foods, are rich in iron, sesame, sesame sauce, black agaric contains more iron, as long as eat more of these foods, iron deficiency is completely avoidable. Foods rich in iodine include kelp, seafish and laver.

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Page 1: Partiality and Diet

Page 2: Junk food

Page 3: Irregular work and rest

Page 4: No Sports


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