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Prenatal Care: Diet Tips & Supplements

Prenatal Care: Diet Tips & Supplements

The months that lead up to the arrival of a new baby can bring all sorts of questions. But what do you really need to stay well during pregnancy and into the fourth trimester? Our guide rounds up the balms, supplements, and other essentials you’ll want to have on hand.

Healthy Prenatal Diet Tips

With so many new mamas as parts of our community, we’re always researching what composes a healthy prenatal diet.

  • Curtail your caffeine intake: If you’re a cup-of-day kind of coffee drinker, it can be tough to reduce your consumption. The good news is, you don't have to give it up entirely Try to limit caffeine to no more than 200 milligrams a day—that’s the amount in around 1 cup of brewed coffee or tea.
  • Pack in protein: Start your day with protein, which may help reduce nausea. For example smoothies with collagen peptides, grass-fed yogurt, or scrambled eggs.
  • Nutrient know-how: Include nutrient rich food such as lentils, walnuts, spinach, avocado, salmon, and olive oil.

Best Prenatal Supplements

  • Prenatal Iron Supplement
  • Prenatal Gummy Multivitamins Dietary Supplement
  • Prenatal Probiotic Supplements
  • Nordic Naturals Prenatal DHA

 

How to Cure Morning Sickness During Pregnancy

How to cure morning sickness is a question on the minds of many pregnant women. If you’re lucky enough to experience pregnancy without feeling nauseous, permission to skip ahead to the next section! For the rest of you, here are some home cures for morning sickness.

  • 3 meals a day is pretty standard, but keep in mind is that low blood sugar may trigger nausea, which can occur if you wait too long between meals. Try eating every two to three hours, and never leave the house without snacks!
  • If the idea of eating a regular meal makes you feel nauseous, drink your nutrients, bone broth is your friend. 
  • Stick to plain foods—white rice, toast, or baked potatoes. It’s not very exciting, but it may help your stomach from feeling upset.
  • Keep plain crackers by your bed, and slowly eat a few before getting up.
  • Go for ginger. Whether it’s a hot tea, popsicle, or hard candy, ginger is one of the ingredients believed to help diminish nausea.

 

 

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