Vegetables and Fruits to Avoid While Pregnant


Pregnancy is a time of importance to women. At these times, pregnant women should really pay attention to foods that are inserted into the body, including fruits and vegetables. There are some fruits and vegetables that should be avoided while the mother is pregnant.

During pregnancy, a woman does have a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits. However, some vegetables and fruits should be avoided because it can affect the health of mother and fetus.

Here are a few vegetables and fruits should be avoided during pregnancy:

1. Papaya
Many cultures believe that eating papaya is not good while pregnant. Papaya intake was able to make the mother gave birth early. Papaya, especially the raw and partially cooked, rich in latex is known to trigger uterine contractions. Papaya should be avoided in the final trimester of pregnancy.

Pregnant women should eat papaya from a truly mature. Ripe papaya is rich in vitamins such as vitamin C and other healthy nutrients, which can prevent the onset of symptoms of heartburn and constipation.

2. Pineapple
Pineapple is also considered not good for pregnancy. Pineapple contains bromelain which can lead to softening of the cervix that lead to premature labor. Pineapples should be avoided especially in the early trimester to avoid unexpected events such as softening of the cervix.

3. Wine
It has been suggested by many medical professionals that in the final trimester pregnant women should avoid fruits like grapes because it can lead to heat content.

4. Raw Fruits and Vegetables are not Washed
The most important advice for pregnant women is to avoid vegetables and fruits are not washed or pasteurized during pregnancy. Food hygiene is very important given during pregnancy to avoid infection from toxoplasmosis.

1 comments:

Maureen Muoneke said...

One glass of fruit juice a day could be the best way to get vitamins. Still, do not be concerned with drinking juice instead of water or not take vitamin provided by your doctor. Because it could be vitamins from fruits and vegetables you eat are not sufficient for your body.


Dr. Maureen Muoneke

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