10 Nutritious Fruits to Eat and Avoid in Pregnancy.
November 22, 2017
fruits contain more vitamins than vegetables. Most fruits are exceptionally cleansing and alkalizing, helping to eliminate toxins from the body and to regulate the digestive system by improving the body’s ability to absorb nutrients. Here are 10 amazing locally available fruits to try during pregnancy if you haven’t:
AVOCADOS: a high source of folate than other fruits good source of potassium, vitamin B, K, fiber, magnesium, iron, calcium, zinc, and potassium.
ORANGES: they are highly nutritious and filled with bursting goodness of vitamin c. It is a good source of folate and vitamin c. it prevents brain and spinal cord defects and helps with the absorption f iron.
BANANAS: good source of potassium, folic acid, calcium, carbohydrate, iron, magnesium, vitamin B2 and c, fiber. Helps in relieving leg cramps, good fiber relives constipation.
APPLES: Good source of folate, calcium, iron, carbohydrate, fiber, vitamin A, B3, E, K, C, and potassium. It lowers high cholesterol levels and regulates digestive function.
WATERMELON: good source of vitamin c, A, b6, magnesium, potassium. It helps with hydration, rich in fiber, ward of uneasy feeling during morning sickness, reduces heartburn
SOURSOP: relieves nausea, boosts the immune system, helps with digestion, production of breast milk during the 3rd trimester.
MANGOES: rich in antioxidants, potassium, and fiber. Helps to regulate digestion, relieve constipation and relieve the minor infection.
UBE(AFRICAN PEAR) : vitamin d, ascorbic acid, calcium, folic acid, magnesium and vitamin c.