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Pregnancy Support

Your body goes through hundreds of changes throughout the many stages of pregnancy, and good nutritional support through diet and nutritional supplements is essential for optimal health and wellness. According to the National Centers for Disease Control, there are many steps women can take during pregnancy to help prevent health and developmental issues after birth by controlling diet and exposure to certain substances.

Preventing Issues

Folic Acid - Folic acid is one of the most important prenatal vitamins prescribed for pregnant women in the United States. This B vitamin helps prevent major birth defects if taken in the right amounts. Dark green vegetables like spinach, mustard greens and asparagus contain folic acid as well.

Iron - Iron is important for pregnant women because it not only builds muscle in both the mother and baby, but also prevents anemia. Low iron levels have been linked to low birth-weight and pre-term births as well.

Calcium - Calcium is needed to develop strong bones and teeth for the developing baby. It is also necessary for the nervous, muscular and circulatory systems of the mother as well. If the expectant mother is deficient in calcium, her body will leach calcium from her bones to supplement the growing baby.

Docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA - This is an omega-3 fatty acid that supports the baby’s eye and brain development and function.

Alcohol and Tobacco - No amount of alcohol or tobacco is safe for consumption or use while pregnant. Alcohol has been linked to birth defects in babies and cigarette smoke can cause low birth-weight.