Is Golden Morn good for pregnant woman?
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A pregnant lady want to find out if she can eat
the popular cereals called golden morn.
Good morning Sir, My name is Ronke. I am based in London even though I am Nigerian. Enough of the introduction. I am 3 months pregnant. Please I want to find out if it is safe for me to eat golden morn cereal during this my early pregnancy. Does golden morn cause miscarriage or will it affect my baby negatively.
Golden morn is very safe in pregnancy and should be eaten by pregnant women without fear. Golden morn is rich in carbohydrates , protein, vitamins and minerals (very nutritious and suitable for pregnant ladies) . Golden morn is rich in fibre and less in fat which is perfect for pregnant women… Golden morn contains little or no cholesterol, so it is safe for the heart and blood vessels of pregnant women.
For some women who want to keep their slim during pregnancy and don’t want to give birth to an overly big baby, golden morn is for you. Golden morn cereals dies not cause not cause weight gain. Golden morn does not cause miscarriage or birth defects.
All pregnant women should or can eat golden morn, it is safe and healthy.
All pregnant women should please read the passage below to learn few things or tips as regards diet, healthy living etc. on how to keep a pregnancy….
🌺 Healthy Tips For Pregnant Women
Eating well and healthy can help you have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.☆
✨Don’t forget breakfast.
Try fortified ready-to-eat or cooked breakfast cereals with fruit. Fortified cereals have added nutrients, like calcium.
If you are feeling sick, start with whole wheat toast. Eat more food later in the morning.
✨Eat foods with fiber.
Choose a variety of vegetables and fruits, like carrots, cooked greens, bananas, and melon.
Eat plenty of beans and whole grains. Try brown rice or oatmeal.
✨Choose healthy snacks.
Low-fat or fat-free yogurt with fruit
Whole grain crackers with fat-free or low-fat cheese
✨Take a prenatal vitamin with iron and folic acid every day.
Iron keeps your blood healthy. Folic acid helps prevent birth defects.
✨Stay away from soft cheeses and lunch meat.
some foods may have bacteria that can hurt your baby don’t eat things like Uncooked or undercooked meats or fish (like sushi)
Lunch meats and hot dogs unless they are heated until steaming hot
✨Limit caffeine and avoid alcohol.
Drink decaffeinated coffee or tea.
Drink water often instead of soda.
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