When you are pregnant, you have to very careful about your diet. you should think twice before eating anything.
Your elders will guide you on what to eat and what to avoid.
The pregnancy diet must include healthy and nutritious fruits.
Fruits during pregnancy
Banana : Banana are highly preferred fruits in diet which contains vitamin B6, potassium, magnesium, Vitamin C, vitamin B6 which helps in regulation of sodium level and control nausea and vomiting.
Magnesium in Banana helps in healthy fluid balance.
Potassium protects you from the pregnancy related complications.
Orange : Oranges are rich in vitamin C that aid digestion, prevents cell damage.
It keeps you remain hydrated.
The reach folate reduces the risk of brain and spinal cord defects in babies.
Potassium prevents high blood pressure during pregnancy.
Grapes : Grapes are full of vital nutrients such as vitamins, antioxidants, fibre, organic acids, pectin, Folic acid and more that aid the biological changes during pregnancy.
They contain antioxidants which boost immunity and prevent infections.
Note : More use of grapes and pineapple during pregnancy are dangerous.
Apple : Apple are full of fibre and antioxidants and good for mom and baby.
They enhance the immunity and strength of your baby in your womb.
Apples are rich in insoluble fibre and improve your metabolism.
Mango : Mango are rich in fibre, antioxidant and energy.
It also high in Calories and make a good snack for your third trimester when you require more calories.
It contains vitamin C that regulates digestion and reduces constipation.
Watermelon : It is loaded with minerals and fiber and also being a rich source of vitamin A, Vitamin C, B6, Magnesium and Potassium.
In your last trimester watermelon helps to prevent swelling in hand and feet muscle cramps and keep you hydrated.
It reduces high blood pressure and heart disease risk.
These are easily available seasonal fruits. You should ask your doctor or your elder before eating anything new during pregnancy. Because its all about for protect yourself and baby in your womb during pregnancy.