Diet during pregnancy
generally not recommended. According to experts, pregnant women 9-13 kg. weight gain
It is natural.
Baby during development
He takes all his needs from his mother's resources. Balanced expectant mothers
nutrition is sufficient to create a good source of energy for their babies.
Weight gain during pregnancy
limiting intake may cause miscarriage or poor birth. 2.8
babies born less than kilograms are resistant to diseases
It is enforced. Weight problem is an issue that almost every woman is sensitive. But
pregnancy is a ”temporary dönem period involving very specific hormonal conditions.
It should be remembered.
First 3 months of pregnancy
It is not recommended to increase the amount of calories per day. 3-6 months period
It is useful to increase the amount of calories. This period to store your body fat
is the period in which it will begin. In the 6-9 month period, the weight gain starts to increase gradually.
Your hands and feet may swell. All of this is the usual pregnancy.
processes are. It does not make you rush and the fat you collect during breastfeeding
it is worth remembering that it will return as energy.
Being under the supervision of a doctor
you should take care to exercise regularly. Slightly paced
walks and simple body exercises prevent excess weight gain. Pregnancy
approximately 4-5 pounds of weight you receive with
expense. More intense and faster exercises after pregnancy
remember that you can get rid of your weight more easily.
Mothers never do sports
Thanks to breastfeeding, it burns approximately 1500 calories per day. Received
weight is the sine qua non of an efficient breastfeeding. Inadequate and unstable during pregnancy
a diet leads to an unhealthy functioning of the baby's development.
In the mother, tooth and bone loss, anemia, edema, loss of labor and fatigue, such as
it leads to dangerous problems.
problems in pregnant women such as high blood pressure, diabetes and difficult birth
It may occur. In order for the expectant mothers to overcome all these negativities
should be monitored regularly by physicians.