Build a healthy meal by combining a variety of food sources. Meat does not need to be the centerpiece of every meal. Try making more stir-fries with a variety of fresh vegetables. You can make homemade sauces to complement your dishes to maximize taste and avoid the corn syrups in most commercial sauces.
It is essential to get enough iron when you are pregnant. An normal woman should get about 18 milligrams of iron daily when not pregnant and 27 milligrams a day when she is. Babies in the womb need iron in order to develop. Without enough of it, you can develop anemia, which leads to health problems for both the baby and yourself.
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