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The best highly mineralized water
Although many water producers try to convince future mothers that spring water is best for them and their children, unfortunately they cannot be believed. Different water should be used to prepare milk for children, and different for future mothers who are exposed to deficiencies of valuable minerals associated with their greater demand (calcium, magnesium, iodine). For this reason, instead of trusting large corporations that spend millions on promotion, it is worth thinking for a moment and reaching for less known brands, but products ideal for women with a tummy.
Future mothers should look on the shelves highly mineralized waters, final medium mineralized with low sodium contentwho is responsible for the onset of hypertension. On the other hand, it is worth remembering that the demand for sodium increases in hot weather, when we get rid of it with sweat, and its deficiency can be felt as fatigue and fatigue.
Is sodium really dangerous?
The explanation of spring water producers that a pregnant woman should drink spring water because of the high sodium content in mineral water is absurd if we note that 2 liters of mineral water can bring a maximum of 5% of daily sodium demand. So it's not water that is responsible for excess sodium, but an inadequate diet, including mainly eating highly salted foods. In addition, there are waters on the market with a high content of calcium, magnesium and iodine and at the same time low sodium: an ideal solution for all those who nevertheless fear the effects of supplying with sodium water.
What not to drink
Of course, we don't drink alcohol during pregnancy. Colorful, carbonated drinks, colas, which are a sugar mine (actually aspartame, which can have an adverse effect on fetal development) and artificial colors are also inadvisable. Due to the amount of caffeine, it is better to give up drinking energy drinks. You should also limit the amount of coffee during pregnancy. One or two cups are not a problem. It is worse, however, if we drink several of them every day. In addition, coffee flushes out magnesium and potassium, necessary for the proper development of the fetus and the well-being of the mother.
Fruit juices and milkshakes during pregnancy
If we have the opportunity, it is better to replace fruit juices bought in the store with juices prepared at home or choose fresh juices from proven sources. Vegetable juices, which unfortunately many people just don't like, are also recommended, as well as milkshakes - also preferably homemade.
Milk is pregnant
After all, milk is a drink of choice, whether it's the version traditional cow or soy. If it is an important element of our diet, it is also not worth giving up during pregnancy.
Certainly, milk should not be drunk by people who have a problem with lactose intolerance. However, if the milk is well digested, it is worth including it in the menu to prevent high blood pressure or osteoporosis. In addition, milk is a valuable source calcium and vitamin D.
What herbs can you drink during pregnancy?
The best will be from herbs cranberrywhich has a beneficial effect on urinary system, often exposed to infection during pregnancy. From time to time it is worth reaching for camomile (calms and soothes inflammation) and melissawhich works well on nerves and allows you to calm down after a long and stressful day. Teas are also a good choice nettle, which is a valuable source of many vitamins and microelements. In the first weeks of pregnancy it is advisable ginger teathat prevents nausea and peppermint tea, which relieves digestive discomfort typical during pregnancy. In turn calendula tea contains large amounts of vitamin C and reduces the risk of miscarriage.
Tea during pregnancy
What about tea? Nutritionists pay attention to be careful and drink all tea (regardless of the type: black, green, red) in moderation. There are several reasons. First, a substance contained in tea called EGCG blocks folic acid metabolism. In addition, green tea extract will reduce iron absorption by 25%. Thirdly, tea also contains caffeine, which, according to numerous research results, has a negative impact on pregnancy and increases the risk of developmental defects in a child.
Grain coffee during pregnancy
Many mothers reach for grain coffee during pregnancy. However, rightly so? It turns out that yes. Grain coffee is rich in ingredients that positively affect health: chicory, rye and sugar beets. In addition, cereal coffee contains prebioticand which have a positive effect on the growth of positive bacteria in the digestive tract. In addition, grain coffee is Free from artificial food additives, preservatives, dyes and flavors. However, beware! Cereal coffee should not be consumed by people allergic to gluten.