03.03.2015

Pre-pregnancy nutritional needs

Never in a woman’s life is nutrition as important as when she is trying to conceive, is already pregnant and when breastfeeding.
As well as these improvements in your lifestyle, eating a healthy well balanced diet, in combination with a Pre-Pregnancy Supplement like MamaCare will help provide your body with all the essential nutrients it needs to nurture a healthy baby during your pregnancy and beyond. When you are having a baby, what you eat and your body’s stores will help ensure that you will have everything you need to nurture your growing baby for the next nine months and beyond; but it takes time for the reserves of some essential vitamins and minerals to build up in your body.
This is because the amount of blood in her body increases to meet the needs of the placenta and the growing baby. So, taking a Pre-Pregnancy Supplement such as MamaCare in the months leading up to conception will help reduce the baby’s risk of Neural Tube defects such as Spina Bifida. However, because we try to avoid too much exposure to the sun, it is recommended that all pregnant and breastfeeding women take a Vitamin D that is found in MamaCare Pre-pregnancy, Pregnant and breastfeeding supplement.


Increase all the good things that your body (and your baby-to-be's body) needs: green leafies (those delicious salads), yummy yellows (apricots, carrots, papaya, mango), hearty whole grains (whole-wheat bread, brown rice, oatmeal), and low-fat dairy. You'll need plenty of protein, iron, calcium and folic acid, so stock up on fruits, nuts, vegetables, leafy greens, whole grains and low-fat dairy products.
It is therefore very important to start taking MamaCare Pre-Pregnancy Supplement in the months leading up to conception to build up enough reserves in your body for your baby’s earliest development. However, it is hard to get enough iodine through diet alone, so it is important to take a Pre-Pregnancy, Pregnant and Breastfeeding Supplement  like MamaCare which contains Iodine.
To avoid iron deficiency, it is important to eat plenty of iron rich foods as well as enjoy a nutritional Supplement like MamaCare daily. MamaCare Nutritional Supplement for pre-conception, pregnant and nursing mothers is an important source of protein for you and your developing baby.


Now's the time to discuss any of these factors with your practitioner — and to enlist the help of a dietitian if your eating habits need reshaping.
Support groups (especially in the case of an eating disorder) can also help you get your nutritional status back where it should be.



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