Pregnancy is a tired and happy thing for women.Out of care, the care of women, clothing, housing, and transportation of pregnant women is generally strict in all aspects of their own aspects. Especially in terms of diet, they pay special attention to the "taboo" of pregnant women.However, many "taboo" itself lacks scientific basis.
Pregnant women cannot eat rabbit meat, because children who eat rabbits will grow rabbit lips; pregnant women cannot eat crabs, children will walk horizontally in the future; they cannot eat mutton, turtles, chickens, and ducks because children will become dumb;Will suffer from green blindness (vision atrophy); not to eat mules, because mules cannot be born, eating its meat will cause the fetus to be difficult to produce; you cannot eat persimmons, carrots, and children will turn yellow …
Some of these wonderful "taboos" do not even need to explain, and they know it is unreliable at first.But many of them look very reasonable and make people really difficult to distinguish.Today, I will talk about the "taboo" confusion of those expectant mothers.
Question 1: Can I eat ice cream for pregnancy?
Many people think that pregnant women cannot eat ice foods such as ice creams, and even evilly think that eating is too cold and easy to abortion.In fact, our main fear is that too cold food may lead to diarrhea in pregnant women, and severe diarrhea may increase abortion and premature birth risk and affect the fetus.But it is not unable to eat.
Because of the heat of the weather, I occasionally eat a little ice cream or cold drinks to cool down. As long as there is no gastrointestinal discomfort, there is no problem.It is not recommended to eat too much, because ice cream or beverage has a high sugar content. In addition to gastrointestinal irritation, too much consumption will also consume too much calories.
Question 2: Can I eat crayfish and crabs during pregnancy?
Foods with shells such as crayfish and crabs have no impact on the fetus.We are mainly afraid that seafood products are not cooked and may contain bacteria or parasites.Therefore, as long as it is not allergic to such foods, and it is completely steaming and cooking after purchasing from regular channels, it is okay to eat some properly.
Question 3: Can I eat soy, soy milk or soy products in pregnancy?
There is a saying that soybeans and related soy products contain estrogen, which may affect pregnant women and fetuses.In fact, this type of hormone is a plant -based hormone, and the content is very low. No relevant documents show that pregnant women’s intake of bean products will have a adverse effect on maternal and infants.
In fact, soybeans contain protein and trace elements, and pregnant women can eat more appropriately.
Question 4: Can pregnant women eat more fruits?
Some people think that fruits are cold foods, which will make the "cold" of the uterus too heavy.But in fact, it is not so exaggerated. As long as it is not caused by severe diarrhea, the fruit is still encouraged.Because many fruits are rich in vitamins and minerals, these are supplemented by pregnant women.Of course, it is still necessary. It is the same reason as eating ice cream. The fruit content of fruits is high. If you eat too much for pregnant women, it will increase calorie intake and increase the possibility of huge children.
Question 5: Do pregnant women eat more meat?
The protein and fat contained in meat are nutrients that everyone needs, and iron in the meat is particularly important for pregnant women.So do n’t think that eating more meat is not good or eat too much to supplement nutrition.
Pregnant women need to pay attention to the types and quantities of meat. Do not eat too much fat, because there are too many saturated fatty acids, try to eat more lean meat as possible, and the protein content of lean meat is high. It is an indispensable nutritional element for fetal development.Common types of lean meat are available, but it is best to be poultry meat (including poultry eggs) and fish. Daily meat can consume 150g-200g, which is about three or four.In the middle and late pregnancy, it can be appropriately increased.
Question 6: Can pregnant women eat yellow -colored foods such as persimmon and carrots?
There is a saying that pregnant women eat yellow -colored foods such as persimmons, carrots, and oranges. Children are born with yellow skin and jaundice symptoms.This statement has no scientific basis at all.Neonatal jaundice, whether it is physiological or pathological, has nothing to do with the color of the food eating during pregnancy.
Question 7: Do pregnant women eat pregnant women’s milk powder?
Pregnant women’s milk powder is just a nutritious supplement and assistance, and it cannot replace the normal balanced diet.If the weight of the pregnancy and the various indicators of the fetus are within the normal range, or the weight of the pregnant woman has exceeded the normal range, it is not necessary to replenish nutrition with pregnant women’s milk powder.At present, most pregnant women will eat more or less nutritional supplements. When nutritional supplementation, you must pay attention to the nutritional element component table to avoid superposition composition and excess nutrition.
For some pregnant women who have partial eclipse, low weight, severe anemia, or pregnancy affecting normal diet, they can be appropriately supplemented with pregnant women’s milk powder.
There are still many "Lao Zeer" about various pregnant women’s taboos, and they cannot be listed one by one.Let me tell you directly, which foods are really not to be taboo for pregnant women, and that pregnant women should really eat more.
Pregnant women really need taboo foods: more than 1 cup of coffee or strong tea (including caffeine), large -scale meat -eating fish (avoid heavy metals), excess sweets and wine.
Pregnant women can eat more foods: fish and shrimp with low mercury content, poultry, and eggs (under non -allergic); grains based on coarse grains such as brown rice and oats; dairy products (recommended lipid or low -fat milk);Green leafy vegetables (as much as possible, about 300g per day); citrus, berry, kiwi, mango (under non -allergies) and other fruits.
Note that the above situations are suitable for healthy pregnant women. For pregnant women with pregnancy hypertension and gestational diabetes, they still need to obey the specific diet guidance of the doctor.
In fact, you will find that there are very few foods that should be taboo for pregnant women, and pregnant women and fetuses are not as fragile as everyone thinks.In general, it is enough to take about 300 kcal in dietary calorie during the overall pregnancy. Do n’t eat Haisai, and do n’t be too cautious.
[Source: Beijing Youth Daily]
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