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5 Foods That Will Make Your Baby’s Heart Stronger

Did you know that by the end of the second month of your pregnancy, your baby’s heart is pumping blood aiding the development of so many wonderful things? Among many things you do to keep your little one warm and happy in your womb, eating right will be on the top. To keep that little heart healthy and strong, here are a few foods you need to incorporate into your everyday diet.

1. Protein

The amino acids that are present in protein serve as building blocks for the developing baby. Meat, fish, and poultry are great sources of animal protein but try and eat them without deep frying or adding too much grease and fat. If you’re a vegetarian, beans, milk and cheese are also great proteins to add to your daily food regime.

2. Nuts

Cashews, almond, and walnuts are very good in providing protein as well as copper which is essential for a healthy heart. In fact, most gynecologists recommend soaking 5 almonds overnight and then consuming them the next day. Doing this every day is good both for you and the baby.

3. Greens

Greens are always healthy but even more so when you’re pregnant. But there’s no need to keep it monotonous by eating only spinach. Cabbage, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, kale or even lettuce. You can make curries, salads and even smoothies using these delicious greens.

4. Whole grains

Wheat, oats, brown rice, barley and rye - all of these whole grains are great for a strong heart. You have probably already noticed how Atta and oats companies advertise You can include them in your daily diet by substituting white bread for brown or multigrain one and white rice for brown.

5. Dairy

Dairy foods are a great source of calcium which are essential for your unborn child’s growing bones. Unpasteurized milk should be avoided, most of the milk that you get in packaged form is pasteurized but ‘raw’ milk isn’t. So make sure to check the package before consuming any dairy foods. A healthier option is to opt for skimmed or low-fat dairy products. 

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