Pregnancy is a time to celebrate. But not a time for bingeing on junk food, beware. Eating the wrong kinds of food being harmful to fetal development you need to be mindful of nutrition during pregnancy.
As an expectant you would require more energy, energy for two to be precise. Carbohydrates being a great source of energy you would be well advised to include various breads, pastas, and some fruits in your diet.
While stocking up on carbohydrates don’t neglect your calcium intake. Dairy products like milk, cheese and yoghurt are highly recommended as nutrition during pregnancy. A steady calcium intake will not only ensure the healthy development of your baby’s teeth and bones but also act as an insurance against the wear and tear of your own bones, teeth, and nails.
Protein is another great energy resource. Protein which may be sourced via lean meats, fish, eggs, and nuts aids the cell integrity of your unborn child.
Eggs and dairy products are not simply funded with calcium and protein but are also endowed with Vitamin B. This substance is important for the development of your baby’s nervous system, heart and muscles. Do include in your diet cereals, grains, and green vegetables.
Also, don’t forget to include Vitamin E in your diet as this aids the formation of red blood and red blood cells in the placenta region, to begin with. The placenta is rich with stem cells which, in turn leads to the production of red blood cells, white blood cells (important for combating infection) and platelets for helping with clotting. Storing the stem cells in a bank is insuring the health of your child or even a sibling. The blood present in the stem cells can be used to treat deadly diseases should the need arise.
Do bank your kid’s umbilical cord for your peace of mind and your child’s health.Note: As a pregnant woman, you are specifically warned to seek medical advice prior to initiating any exercise program, diet, or treatment provided by Cryobanks. You should not use any information on this website for diagnosing or treating a medical or health condition. Cryobanks will not be liable for any complications, injuries, loss, or other medical problems arising from, or in connection with, the use of, or reliance upon any information on this website.