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Women after pregnancy, for the development of the fetus, paying attention to diet have become a "priority".
In diet, fruits have become a necessity. Pregnant mothers supplement fruit during pregnancy can not only supplement the trace elements required for the baby’s growth, but also help the baby to develop a good skin.
But eating fruits can not be blind. In addition to making choices in the type of fruits, the time to eat fruit is also particular, especially when eating fruit in these two times is the most conducive to the baby’s absorption.
1) Eat two hours before meals
Generally speaking, the correct time for pregnant women to eat fruits is about 1 hour before meals and about 2 hours after meals.
First of all, most of the ingredients contained in fruits are "water -soluble". Eating some fruits before meals is conducive to the absorption of nutrients in the body.In 1/10, eating some low -calorie foods will be easier to grasp the calorie intake of a meal.Finally, after eating fruits, fruits are more likely to be oxidized and corrupt, and minimize adverse effects on the body as much as possible.
After eating fruits after eating, fruit sugar cannot enter the intestine in time, so that it is fermented in the stomach, producing organic acids, and it is easy to cause diarrhea and bloating. Therefore, if you want to eat fruit after meals, you can wait for 2 hours before eating.
2) Eat in the morning
People always say: "The fruit in the morning is gold, the fruit at noon is silver, the fruit in the afternoon is copper, and the fruit at night is lead."It can be seen that eating fruits in the morning is relatively good.
Eating fruits in the morning can help pregnant mothers digest food in the stomach and alleviate constipation during pregnancy.
In addition, pregnant women should also pay attention: Do not eat fruit before going to bed at night. This is because after eating fruit, the full stomach will affect the sleep of pregnant women.
In addition, eating fruits at night is not conducive to digestion, which will cause burden on the stomach, and it is easy to cause bloating. The pregnant woman cannot enter the sleep state in time, which seriously affects the baby’s development in the stomach.
1. Do not use a kitchen knife to cut fruit
The kitchen knife in the family is often exposed to raw meat, fish, raw vegetables, etc. In the process of using, there will be some parasitic insect eggs attached to the kitchen knife. Even cleaning is difficult to clean.
Therefore, cutting fruits should still be used to avoid cross -infection.
2. Don’t rinse your mouth after eating fruit
Some fruits contain a variety of fermented sugar, which has strong corrosiveness for teeth. If you do not rinse your mouth after consumption, the residual fruits residue in the mouth can also easily cause dental caries.
Therefore, after eating fruits, pregnant mothers must also develop a good habit of "rinse diligently".
Unlike other pregnancy weeks, because the fertilized eggs have just been bed in the early pregnancy, and the pregnancy reaction is more serious, if the fruit is not eating properly, it is easy to have some potential danger.Therefore, in terms of choosing fruits, try to avoid those "cold" and "heat" fruits, and choose partially neutral fruits.
For example, Apple can promote the absorption of nutrition for pregnant mothers well. Lemon can help pregnant mothers to increase appetite and effectively supplement the nutrition required in the body. Kiwi can fully supplement vitamin C, and can also help pregnant mothers to improve immunity.
In the early pregnancy, like some cold or hot fruits, such as persimmons, melon, grapefruit, hawthorn, etc., these fruits are best not to eat more to avoid harming the body.
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Although fruits are low -calorie foods, excessive consumption of fructose can also cause weight gain, causing gestational diabetes;
In addition, a large number of fruits can also lead to uneven diet structure and affect the absorption of other nutrients. Therefore, it is enough for pregnant mothers to eat up to 1-2 seasonal fruits a day.