Folate plays various important roles and is particularly important in embryonic development.
Having a strong and healthy gut is very important for both mother and baby; however, this can be hard to manage, particularly in the first trimester of pregnancy.
These are the most relevant words and abbreviations that you will most likely come across in the course of your pregnancy.
Vitamin D levels are not only important for you, they are also important for your growing baby.
In pregnancy, there is an increased need for many vitamins and minerals.
FAQ’S in pregnancy
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Iron deficiency anaemia during pregnancy is linked with pre-term birth, and low birth weight babies.
The benefits of a nutritious diet for your baby, include increased immune functioning, mental alertness, and correct birth size.
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