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4 Tips To Follow For Eating This Monsoon During Your Pregnancy

by Alice Thomas Writer

Monsoon can be a pleasant time, but if it keeps raining all the time, you will get fed up quite soon. Too much rain can hamper even your daily schedule. It can also be a bit difficult time pregnant women, especially if you are in the latter stages of your pregnancy. Even though a baby scan offers to make your life easy by telling you about your baby’s growth, there are still other things you need to be aware of in monsoon. One of those things is food. What you eat during monsoon is quite important. There are several things you need to keep in mind.

Say No to Street Food

Although, it can be difficult for you to find street food in monsoon, even if you do, stay away from it. During pregnancy, your immunity and monsoon both can lower your immunity. At a time like this, if you eat street food, there are chances of severe infection. Although infection is not life-threatening, you never know when things might have a bad effect.

Eat Your Meat With Caution

Eating meat is very important during pregnancy. But from where you’re buying your meat and the quality of the meat is also important. You will have to make sure that you get you meat from a healthy and trusted source. Monsoon can give birth to a lot of bacteria that can even harm the baby. Also, before eating or fish prepare such dishes that will require a long-time preparation. This will remove all the chances of bacteria being present in it.

Stay Hydrated Throughout The Season

The importance of staying hydrated during pregnancy is something you already know. But during monsoon and winter, we tend to become less thirsty and this leads to less drinking of water. But the daily requirement of water should be met anyhow whether you feel thirsty or not. Otherwise, you won’t be able to get rid of the toxins. Monsoon is the major time when infections increases. So drinking water is more important. But try to drink boiled water as much as possible to avoid water-borne diseases.

Raw Vegetables Are A No-No In The Monsoon

Avoid eating raw vegetables or salads in the monsoon. In fact, it is not advisable to eat raw vegetables in pregnancy at all, but it should be avoided all the more in monsoon. So, make sure you either eat them properly cooked or at least boiled.

So, try to keep these things in mind and follow them this monsoon if you are pregnant. Also, no matter how much you don’t wish to go outside in the heavy rain, make, sure you do avail baby scan offers in Coventry for early and fetal health scan.


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