5 Most Common Feeding Mistakes in Pregnancy

5 Most Common Feeding Mistakes in Pregnancy

5 Most Common Feeding Mistakes in Pregnancy
5 Most Common Feeding Mistakes in Pregnancy

Pregnancy, especially the first one, is full of novelties, different sensations and decisions that will affect the life of the mother and the baby. In this trajectory, some errors can be committed and to avoid possible problems nothing better than knowledge.

As a new being is developing, it will absorb from your mother’s organism everything you need to make it happy. If the mother has what she needs and always restores, there will be balance and health for both. Some striking errors are:

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1. Leave the hydration aside:

Of course, people need to replenish fluids that are lost every day. This can be done by drinking water, juices, teas or soups. Good hydration maintains the body’s ideal temperature, helps transport nutrients and eliminate toxins. Failure in this item can leave the pregnant woman with headaches, lack of energy and little concentration.

The best is always to opt for pure water, and soft drinks and drinks with caffeine should be avoided to the maximum, as well as not hydrating properly, contain substances harmful to the body.

2. Spend 3 hours between meals:

Keeping feeding schedules during pregnancy is very important for both mother and baby. In early pregnancy, this habit softens possible nausea.

Eating the right foods every 3 hours is beneficial at any stage of life, especially when fatty and heavy foods are avoided.

3. Eat for two:

The old council and often even commented by several people has no basis. It is not necessary for the pregnant woman to double feed. By doing so, it can harm your own body and increase your weight difficulties at the end of pregnancy and after delivery.

Obesity-related diseases can also be developed during pregnancy such as diabetes and hypertension, posing severe risks for both mother and baby. According to a post, it was gathered that, even if the pregnant woman feels more hungry during pregnancy, which is normal, it is not necessary to eat too much.

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4. Eat only what you want:

Desires are common during any pregnancy. When the will is for something not so healthy, eating a little to satiate the will is enough. Maybe the pregnant woman does not feel the desire to eat fruits and vegetables, fresh food and freshly cooked. But this would be the correct food.

It needs nutrients to replenish your body since they are being used in the formation of a new being. Vitamins, minerals and proteins are key. To avoid anaemia it is important to consume dark green leafy grains such as beans and red meats.

5. Consume empty or empty calories:

Too much sugar or salt, fats, and excess carbohydrates make up most ready-made foods that most people prefer but should be avoided to the fullest, even more so during gestation.

Changing habits for the better during the gestational period can be a beneficial change for the rest of your life.

There will be more health reflected for the whole family which could result in more time for fun and fewer illnesses.

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