Can Pregnant Women Drink Sterile Milk And Drink Probiotic Drinks?
Can pregnant women drink bear milk and drink yakult?
The bear milk you mean is milk with the name BEAR BRAND, is sterilized pure cow's milk that is claimed by the producer without the addition of preservatives. Milk sterilization heats the milk above the boiling point so that it kills the germs found in whole milk. During the heating process, some types of protein and vitamins present in milk are damaged. But vitamins such as riboflavin and casein protein can survive the heating. In some milk variants, the addition of tea leaves (as an antioxidant), vitamins A, B, C, and E, as well as those that are added malt for additional calories.
Milk in pregnant women is a complement to the food consumed daily. Pregnant women need more calories and higher nutrition than women who are not pregnant. Calories and nutrients are obtained mainly from a variety of foods consisting of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals. Certain nutrients such as folic acid are needed by the mother even before pregnancy to prevent congenital abnormalities in the fetus. Certain fats are also very good for fetal brain development.
Bear milk is not milk specifically formulated for pregnant women, so the nutrients contained in it cannot be used as the only source of nutrition fulfillment for pregnant women. This milk is still safe for consumption by pregnant women. Clean the packaging before drinking it directly, immediately finish the milk after the packaging is opened. If the mother cannot meet the nutritional needs during pregnancy from eating variations, there are plenty of formula milk on the market with special formulations for pregnant women.
Yakult is a probiotic fermented beverage containing Lactobacillus casei Shirota. Besides containing probiotics, the drink consists of skimmed milk, water, fructose syrup, sugar, flavor, and other sugars. Probiotic drinks are beneficial for the balance of intestinal flora which helps with digestive function. Probiotic drinks are safe for consumption by pregnant women as long as they do not exceed the recommended consumption limit. You need to avoid these drinks if the packaging is damaged, not stored in the refrigerator, or you have a history of allergies to one of the contents of the drink.
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