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Saturday, June 8, 2019

20 Foods To Avoid During Early Pregnancy


An accurate and complete manner to complete the development of your unborn baby, the mother must be a healthy diet. The mother's candidate should be fed adequately and balanced enough for a second organism to develop in her body. However, in addition to the foods that the baby needs, the food that the mother will consume may cause unnecessary calorie intake. For this reason, adequate nutrition as measured and balanced nutrition is important in terms of mother and baby health. Obstetrics and gynecology specialist Op. Dr. Esra can Çetin expressed his views on the subject.

Nutrition during pregnancy especially; under 20 and 35 years of age, weight is low before pregnancy, during pregnancy 7 kg weight gain, less than two years of birth range, prematurely giving birth to babies, chronic disease (diabetes, tuberculosis, etc.)) requires to be more careful in people.

 Food groups that need to be taken during pregnancy...

Protein:
Protein should be the main source of nutrients during pregnancy, because the mother's energy supply and the baby needs most protein to complete the development. Foods containing at least 1-2 servings of protein should be taken daily. Fully cooked fish or seafood, liver, chicken, lean beef or lamb, hazelnuts, walnuts, peas, kidney beans, white beans, black-eyed peas, chickpeas, legumes such as lentils, dairy products, and eggs are the main foods that contain protein. Some points in protein consumption should be considered. For example, seafood is a good source of omega 3 fatty acids and protein, which are essential for the development of the baby's brain. However, Fish and shellfish can contain heavy metals such as Mercury. Too much mercury can damage your baby's developing nervous system. In particular, large and old fish, shellfish can have a high mercury content, small fish and canned tuna can be safely used with care of shelf life. Seafood should also be cooked well because of the possible risk of bacteria and parasites. Animal foods such as meat, mutilation, delicatessen products, milk, eggs should not be consumed raw because they can carry bacteria and cause infections, poisoning. Since there is a possibility of raw milk or eggs, it is recommended to avoid sauces containing raw dough or mayonnaise. Milk should be cooked or pastorized. The consumption of cheese varieties should be made of pastorized milk. Meat and muffs should not be consumed until they are sufficiently cooked. When cut, the color of the inner point should be brown, red, IE should not stay raw.

Calcium:
In the last three months, especially both the baby's bone development and the mother's bone and teeth to prevent loss of calcium 1000-1200 mg daily intake is required. Sources: milk, eggs, yogurt, cheese, almonds, cabbage, green leafy vegetables. Milk products are cooked or pastorized, oil reduced products should be considered.

 Iron:
40-60 mg per day of iron for mothers in need. Foods that contain iron include green leafy vegetables such as spinach, lettuce, cabbage, red meat, white meat, liver, spleen, grape molasses. These foods tuketils enough, even and particularly female problem in our country is iron deficiency anemia 5. iron supplements are recommended for mothers starting from the month.

Folic Acid:
Folic acid deficiency in the first three months of the neural tube defect in the baby's nervous system can cause an increase in anomalies. Therefore, 400 micrograms of folic acid per day is recommended. Sources of folic acid foods like spinach, lettuce, cabbage, Bran and whole grain breads, oats, legumes can be considered as. Folic acid supplements are essential for the first three months, even if they are taken adequately.

Vitamin C:
Fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C will promote metabolic processes related to wound healing, dental and bone development. Sources of vitamin C include citrus fruits, strawberries, lemons, mangoes, tomatoes, kiwi, melons, peppers.

Mother candidates should be aware of nutrition:
-Meals should not be skipped, often and less nutrition,
-Drink at least 2.5-3 liters of liquid a day.,
-To prevent excessive weight gain, you should avoid sugary, flour, fatty foods,
-Excessive salty foods should not be consumed, as well as salt should not be used in the table, iodized salt should be preferred,
-Alcohol should not be taken,
-What are the symptoms of iron deficiency anemia?,
-Avoid smoking,
-To reduce nausea and vomiting, fatty and spicy foods should be avoided,
-Dry foods such as bread, biscuits and leblie should be preferred between meals.,
-Cola, coffee, tea, chocolate should be consumed foods that contain caffeine, such as less,
-Meals should be eaten in steaming or oven, avoid fried foods,
-To prevent constipation fiber food consumption should be given weight.