Pregnancy Nutritional Problems and Interventions
When a woman is pregnant, there are many problems that she will face. However, there are many things that she can do with her diet to help relieve many of these problems. One of the most common problems that pregnant women face is constipation. Adding fiber to her diet will help relieve this issue.
Heartburn and indigestion are also major problems that can be fixed with a nutritional intervention. For this symptom, avoid drinking carbonated drinks, fried foods and foods that are overly seasoned. You should also avoid eating two to three hours before bed and use milk to soothe an upset stomach.
When a woman has preeclampsia, there are also some things that can be done with her diet. For example, it is best to choose a low sodium diet that is filled with healthy foods. Eliminating sale is a must for women with preeclampsia.
Finally, another item that can be helped with a nutritional intervention is gestational diabetes. To help with these symptoms, choose a low-fat diet that is high in fiber. Foods that work with this type of diet plan are fresh fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, low fat dairy and whole grains. As always, you should also follow all the instructions that your doctor gives to you as well.
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