Carbohydrate Intake For First Trimester Pregnant Women?
What is dried carbohydrate in trimester 1
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In the medical realm, the term dry carbohydrate is unknown. Therefore, it needs to be clarified, where did you find the term dry carbohydrate? Is that a medical condition, type of food, or what?
During the first trimester of pregnancy, the mother requires a nutritional intake that is not small, carbohydrates are no exception. Not only as a source of energy formation, adequate carbohydrate intake is also useful in preventing constipation, achieving adequate body weight during pregnancy, increasing stamina, reducing nausea and vomiting, delaying hunger, warding off free radicals, optimizing fetal body weight in the womb, while supporting the process of organonegesis fetal body.
About 60% of daily calorie intake of pregnant women should be obtained from carbohydrates. However, not all types of carbohydrates are good for consumption in large quantities during pregnancy. More recommended for consumption during pregnancy are complex carbohydrates, such as brown rice, whole wheat pasta, oatmeal, oat meal, sweet potatoes, fortified cereals, fruit, cauliflower, corn, milk, yoghut, beans, beans, and so on. The consumption of simple carbohydrates, such as bread or white rice, sugary foods (such as cakes, biscuits, sweets), junk food, and artificial sweeteners and preservatives, although not prohibited, should be limited intake during pregnancy.
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