- December 1, 2018 at 11:32 pm #9604
Should not eat raw eggs, meat, poultry or fish. Even sushi.
Poultry and associated products may contain salmonella or other harmful bacteria. Additionally, fish may contain high levels of mercury (especially oily, red fleshed fish and shark).
High levels of mercury can be very damaging and cause developmental delays in babies.
- December 1, 2018 at 11:35 pm #9605
You should follow a few guidelines.
1. It is necessary to eliminate or at least to reduce to a minimum the use of spicy, smoked and fried foods. Also it is worth abandoning canned, allergenic products, carbonated and alcoholic beverages.
Do not eat a lot of sweets and bakery products: they are of no benefit to your shape or to the baby.
2. The process of formation of the first teeth in the embryo requires a sufficient amount of calcium. Yogurt, cottage cheese, sesame seeds – these products should be on your table every day. However, do not overdo it, as excessive intake of micronutrients threatens premature aging of the placenta and the development of uterine hypertonus.
3. To minimize bouts of toxicosis, doctors recommend having a small pre-breakfast snack, before getting out of bed in the morning.
Preference should be given to healthy foods: fresh fruits and vegetables, boiled or baked meat and grains should be consumed regularly.
4. If you are not suffering from toxemia in first trimester consider yourself lucky. In this case, I recommend that you voluntarily limit your food intake. Listen to your body, and you will figure out what your baby needs. But don’t “overdo” it. Listen to your instincts and use common sense. Your baby will hardly benefit from three cakes eaten at night or a kilogram of chocolate candies. If you really crave something tasty but not very healthy, allow yourself a little bit.
- December 2, 2018 at 12:04 am #9607
Here are some foods and beverages to avoid or minimize during pregnancy.
1. High-Mercury Fish. Mercury is a highly toxic element.
2. Undercooked or Raw Fish. Raw fish, especially shellfish, can cause several infections.
3. Undercooked, Raw and Processed Meat.
4. Raw Eggs.
5. Organ Meat.
7. Raw Sprouts.
- December 2, 2018 at 12:11 am #9608
should avoid pineapple and papaya. should avoid large consumption of tomato.should avoid heavy foods like meat etc for dinner.should drink large amount of water.try to avoid oily foods.take small amount of food at a time rather than huge amount.eat large amounts of raw fruits and vegetables.eat small fish rather than big ones. avoid tinned foods.drink boiled water. avoid old foods. avoid large consumption of sugar and sweets.drink tea or skimmed milk or juice without sugar.
- January 27, 2019 at 6:00 am #11019
There is no clear rule about what food should avoid pregnant. The main thing is to try to eat less harmful food and more healthy. Fruits and vegetables should be constantly in your diet. There are many articles that are devoted to the topic of pregnancy https://flo.health/getting-pregnant/trying-to-conceive/fertility/how-to-get-pregnant-without-a-man
- January 27, 2019 at 8:00 pm #11039
I disagree with Tim! Too many fruits in the pregnant ration might increase the sugar – level in the blood and also might lead to oedema. So your ration should be balanced. And definitely, there is NO alcohol. And you shouldn’t eat for two just because you’re pregnant. Also, there is an opinion that pregnant should do a dental sanation to decrease risks of infections. But it’s better to do this procedure with a proven doctor. I did it for myself at
- January 27, 2019 at 8:09 pm #11040
Buy the book Expecting Better. Lots of the scary “what not to do” lists are based on faulty studies that do not actually prove causation. There are some things to actually avoid but this book helped me a lot in figured out what to focus on.
- March 15, 2019 at 7:32 am #13478
Just get this information.
2. Raw Eggs or Undercooked Eggs
3. Raw Meat
4. Fish With High Mercury
5. Unpasteurized Dairy Products Especially Milk
6. Canned Foods
7. Foods with High Sugar Content
11. Green Tea
16. Bitter Melons
17. Rose Moss (Portulaca Olaracea)
18. Sweet Leaf
20. Fragrant Knotweed
21. Absinth or WormWood
I get this recommendation from this site – https://wise-select.com/
- March 16, 2019 at 9:53 am #13492
Pregnancy is one of the most vital and sensitive periods in a woman’s life. Therefore, it’s very important for pregnant women to eat a healthy diet. Expecting mothers have to pay close attention to what they eat and make sure to avoid harmful foods and beverages. Here is the best read to help you more on https://blogs.zoylo.com/staying-healthy-during-pregnancy.html
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