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A Healthy Diet is a Healthy Pregnancy and Baby

Every product contains some form of albumen that is digested by the albumen, called ferment. There is a form of native albumen which we have grown accustomed to eating; our ancestors also ate it (bread, meat, apples, fish, etc.). But they knew nothing about albumen found in coffee, cacao and citrus plants.

 

Where did your great-grandfather get his oranges? Think about it. But we eat them and nothing happens because our digesting fabric called the liver neutralizes everything that is not digested completely in our stomach.



















When you get pregnant, your liver becomes the main fighter and it neutralizes secretions of the fetus. Let’s keep it safe. If you don’t want your child to suffer from intolerance for tangerines or chocolate, don’t eat these products while you’re pregnant (undigested particles are tasted by the fetus before they will be neutralized by the liver, so the child will develop an allergy after birth). So try to avoid everything your ancestors didn’t eat. You’ll be healthier.

 

Don’t eat:

 

  • Fatty foods (while cooking broth, remove fat; eat lean, skinny chickens and rabbits)
  • Cacao, chocolate and chocolates, chocolate butter
  • Coffee
  • Citrus fruits, including lemons
  • Spicy, acidic and salty food
  • Canned foods
  • Mushrooms
  • Peas
  • Fresh yeast products
  • Strawberries and raspberries
  • Products with buttered cream

 

It’s healthy to eat:

 

  • Vegetables, especially onions, potatoes and cucumbers
  • Fruits such as pears, apples and apricots
  • Berries, grapes, cherries and watermelons
  • Dairy products such as cottage cheese, kefir, yogurt, sour milk and milk from a cow
  • Lean meat and fish but no herring
  • Raisin and dried apricots
  • Steamed dried fruits
  • Green tea



















Remember:

 

  • Steamed, boiled and baked foods are better than fried and smoked products
  • It’s better to eat less of the things you want
  • You shouldn’t eat too much of certain foods even if you crave it. Eat them moderately
  • If you’re wondering whether or not you should eat something, don’t
  • Don’t eat a lot before going to bed
  • Don’t over-eat as a general rule
  • If you absolutely have to drink alcohol on certain occasions (like New Year’s Eve) drink just a little red wine or champagne
  • It’s best to get your calcium from pills and from cottage cheese – both you and your fetus will get enough
  • It’s better to take complex vitamins. Compared to other vitamins, complex vitamins include vitamin D. If you can’t buy these vitamins, remember, that when you don’t get much sun, especially in winter, you need 500 units of vitamin D a day
  • If you feel a lack of sweets, try to sleep
  • Your weight depends not only on the food you eat but on your physical activity too

 

There is no reason to eat anything special as long as you’re feeling well. If there are any problems (edemas, for instance), ask your gynecologist what and how much you should drink.





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