Benefits Of Pregnant Women Consuming Coconut Oil?
Hello, I want to ask. I am 34w pregnant, according to the advice of an old person, I was asked to consume coconut oil at least 3 tablespoons every day, is this useful? if so, what are the benefits? thank you
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Coconut oil is believed by many people to have a variety of benefits for pregnant women. So, is that right?
Coconut oil is rich in antioxidants and good fatty acids so that it can help maintain heart and blood vessel health, relieve inflammation, inhibit the growth of cancer cells, control blood cholesterol levels, increase endurance, beautify the skin, maintain healthy hair and teeth, as well as prevent premature aging. Head oil is also known to accelerate the process of burning fat and delay hunger, so it is good for consumption to prevent obesity. With the consumption of coconut oil, brain function will improve, so that memory and concentration also increase.
By ordinary people, consumption of coconut oil during pregnancy is also thought to facilitate labor. However, this truth is still not much examined the truth.
By its nature above, consumption of coconut oil is indeed good during pregnancy. However, you need to pay attention, such as what is the right way to consume head oil, and how many doses are recommended. For different purposes, the recommended dosage of consuming coconut oil can also be different. But in general, consumption of coconut oil should be limited to no more than 2 tablespoons per day. According to various studies, this dose is most effective in producing good effects on health, and minimal potential side effects. Excessive consumption of coconut oil can trigger nausea, vomiting and diarrhea in some sensitive people, including pregnant women. To consume coconut oil, you can process it in cooking, add it to drinks, or consume it directly. Currently, coconut oil supplements are also available that you can consume. However, we recommend, kindari excessive consumption of coconut oil in the long term without first consulting your doctor or obstetrician, huh?
I hope this helps.