Good Pregnancy Books
It is not eat for two but eat well. And while we always look for (and found) excuses for not being able to take proper nutrition, pregnancy is the best time to comply with good intentions. Dr. Ignacio Ferrando, director of Sanitas Medical Programs, believes that the key to a perfect good pregnancy books is to make a balanced diet as possible. He said weight gain in good pregnancy books should not exceed 13 kilos, but we must not become obsessed with it because it is the best time to lose weight, unless the doctor. The recommended calorie intake is around 2,000 to the last three months of pregnancy. These are your dietary advice:. calcium (essential for the development of teeth and bones of the baby), iron (for red blood cell formation in the blood) and essential fatty acids Omega 3 (important for brain and nervous system development of the baby). He recommends increasing the intake of some vitamins such as vitamin C to absorb iron, the D to absorb calcium and vitamin B12 for a healthy blood. However, he did not now that referred iodine when there is a campaign by Unicef ??and some departments of Health to make women take it before and duante the embarazao to prevent mental retardation of newborns. Of course, all these nutrients can get fresh food or natural supplements such as brewer's yeast, wheat germ, and others, instead of taking vitamin supplements chemicals, but this will depend very much on the pregnant (lifestyle, regular diet , knowledge) and your doctor. Each has his methods. I personally recommend buying a good book on pregnancy nutrition they appear examples of breakfast, lunch and dinner and offer us many suggestions. The important thing is that we take very, very serious food at this time, the end of the day we embarrassed a few times in a lifetime. Please enter the code in the image. If next time you want to avoid this check, log in before or, if you have not registered, register. The method for sleep Tracy Hogg: an alternative to consider if you're about to make the method Estivill (I). The method for sleep Tracy Hogg: an alternative to consider if you're about to make the method Estivill (III). . . .