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10 golden rules

Towards the middle of the third trimester the fetus will gain an average of 200 grams per week. This might increase your appetite even more. In order to avoid drastic weight changes, try to maintain a varied and balanced diet for the whole duration of your pregnancy. Enjoy your meals from the first quarter to the third quarter of your pregnancy, but always with measure.

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  • Recommendations for good nourishment habits.
    • Try not to "eat for two". You should maintain healthy eating habits, such as include in each meal a portion of vegetables, as well as an intake of carbohydrates and proteins.
    • Take your time. Don't rush. You should eat properly to contribute to the correct development of your baby.
    • Eat at least 5 times a day and don't skip any meals.
    • Choose a varied and balanced diet with all sorts of food types, especially fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, and dairy products.
    • It is best to eat steamed or grilled food. If you are going to eat raw food, make sure it is properly washed.
    • Don't consume too much fat and avoid fried food. You should also avoid as much as possible spicy food and energy-dense food, such as sweets. You don't need to avoid them completely, but make sure your intake is moderate.
    • Drink plenty of water during the day. You will hydrate your body as well as quench your thirst.
    • Keep your tea and coffee consumption in check: They contain stimulants, such as theine and caffeine.
    • Drink plenty of water. Substitute sugary carbonated drinks for non-carbonated isotonic drinks.
    • Limit your salt intake. Avoid consuming high quantities of tinned food and salted meat

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