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otymw asked: Looking for advice for a good pregnancy nutrition dietDebbie

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four 20-25 gram serving of protein per day

at least 2 40-5- mg servings of vitamin C per day

four 300mg serving of calcium per day

at least three serving of green leafy/yellow fruit or veggies per day

at least 2 servings of other fruits or veggies per day

5-11 servings of carbs per day

Get 30% of your calories from fat (4 14-17 gram servings)

at least eight to ten 8 ounce glasses of water or juice

*there is a great pregnancy journal called The What to Expect When you are Expecting Pregnancy Journal which has charts and record keeping for nutrition and everything else needed for pregnancy and birth. Its about thirteen dollars at the book store

When I was pregnant with my son, my doctor gave me a list of things that he thought would help me. No sodas, no spicy foods, no potatoes of any kind that means potato chips too, and no white rice. A lot of fruits, vegetables, water, wheat bread, orange juice, milk, apple juice. I had tears in my eyes as he went through the list of things that I could have. I love spicy food and I remember other relatives eating spicy foods. He also told me that I was not eating for two. The baby gets its nourishment from the things that I eat. He said that I should average 25-28 lbs through the entire pregnancy. I listened to everything that he said and my baby was very healthy. I hope this helps you.

Try to eat at least five servings of brightly colored fruits and vegetables throughout the day, each and every day. Not only is this good for your baby, but the National Cancer Institute recommends it to reduce your own risk of cancer.

Make sure that at least half of your servings of grain products are 100% whole grain. Whole grains have fiber and B vitamins like folic acid that are important to include in your infertility diet.

One important factor that makes it more difficult to get pregnant and prevent miscarriage is supplementation. The authors of “The Infertility Diet: Get Pregnant and Prevent Miscarriage” explain that large doses of vitamin pills such as vitamin C can actually increase your infertility and make it harder for you to get pregnant and prevent miscarriage. If you currently take an assortment of vitamin and mineral supplements, stop! This does not include any prenatal vitamins prescribed by your doctor, which may be important for your own, as well as the baby’s health.

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