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Anemia of expectant mothers during pregnancy
Many pregnant mothers are prone to anemia during pregnancy, especially during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy. After pregnancy, the blood volume of the pregnant mother's body will increase by nearly 50% than usual, and the red blood cells will decrease relatively. Blood dilution causes the pregnant mother to appear "physiological anemia" during pregnancy. Iron is the main life-sustaining substance, and most of the iron in the human body is used to produce heme. Therefore, pregnant mothers need to supplement iron to produce more hemoglobin to meet their own needs and the supply of developing babies.
Generally speaking, mild pregnant anemia will not affect the fetus, but if the anemia is serious, it may have a huge impact on the fetus and pregnant women themselves. The influence of pregnant women with moderate or above anemia on fetus is mainly reflected in the following chain reactions: if the anemia is serious, the blood oxygen carrying capacity of pregnant women is lower than that of normal pregnant women, which easily leads to placental hypoxia. Placental hypoxia can cause degeneration and infarction of placental villi, which may eventually lead to fetal asphyxia in the uterus, and even fetal premature birth or stillbirth.
Therefore, we must not ignore the problem of anemia during pregnancy. Once the pregnant mother appears tired, fatigue, dizziness, tinnitus, loss of appetite, lack of concentration and so on, it is necessary to consider whether there is anemia.
For gestational anemia, we advocate that our expectant mothers should prevent it in advance. Emphasize iron intake in your daily diet. So what exactly should we do?
1. Eat more iron-rich foods
Before pregnancy and early pregnancy, we should begin to pay attention to eating more iron-rich foods. Such as lean meat, eggs, animal liver, jujube, agaric and so on. It is suggested that the liver should be given one or two times a week to prevent iron deficiency.
2. Eat more foods that help iron absorption.
Choose foods with high vitamin C content. Such as kiwifruit, tomato, Rosa roxburghii, jujube, green pepper and other vegetables and fruits. Vitamin C can promote iron absorption in the intestine. Green pepper fried meat or liver is a good choice, lean meat and liver are rich in iron, green pepper is rich in vitamin C, the two complement each other.
3. Eat foods rich in folic acid and vitamin B
Folic acid supplementation started three months before pregnancy and lasted until three months after pregnancy. Dietary attention should be paid to folic acid and vitamin B-rich foods, such as liver, kidney, green leafy vegetables, coarse grains, nuts and so on. Also, when cooking, be careful not to overheat, nor to cook for too long.
4. Avoid drinking too much tea or coffee
Tannic acid in tea and polyphenols in coffee can form insoluble salts with iron and inhibit iron absorption.
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Mother's formula milk powder/goat's milk powder adds rich mineral elements such as iron, calcium and zinc to pregnant and lying-in women. It is helpful to prevent and improve the trace element deficiency of pregnant mothers during pregnancy. Besides, there are dozens of fruit and vegetable extracts in the milk powder of Anutric, which can not only promote the absorption of iron elements, but also supplement a certain amount of vitamins and dietary fiber. To adapt to the metabolism of pregnant mothers and prevent the adverse digestive problems of pregnant mothers. Pregnancy anemia prevention is greater than treatment, iron prevention from now on,Anutric - maternal love choice!