Consumption Of Packaged Drinks When Pregnant 6 Months?
I’m within 6 months .. can I often drink packaged cereal energies ??
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Consumption of packaged drinks as you mentioned is actually not absolutely prohibited during pregnancy. Currently, many packaged beverage products are specially processed so that they are rich in nutrients so they are good for maintaining your nutritional adequacy, including during pregnancy. Consumption of packaged drinks can be used as an alternative solution for pregnant women who have severe appetite problems or massive vomiting. If indeed the mother likes these packaged drinks, then consuming it fairly can help maintain stamina in the mother.
However, presumably, you need to pay attention not to over-consume these packaged drinks. Because, in general, packaged drinks are processed using preservatives which are certainly not good if consumed in excess. Not only that, the artificial sweetener content in these products is also not recommended to consume too much, especially if the fetus in your womb is estimated to have a large weight. The rest, you are also not advised to consume excess bottled drinks if you have an allergy to one of the components of these drinks, or also experience digestive disorders, for example related to increased stomach acid after consuming them. So, just consume it properly.
The second trimester of pregnancy is widely referred to as the most comfortable period during pregnancy. At this age, in general, the nausea and vomiting that mothers experience has decreased significantly. You should anticipate this by consuming lots of foods and drinks with high nutritional value to support the development of the fetus in your womb. So, don't over-consume instant food or drinks. Instead, multiply foods and drinks that are healthy, high nutritional value, processed naturally, and free from harmful preservatives. You can meet your nutritional intake in this trimester by consuming more rice, meat, fish, poultry, eggs, milk, vegetables, fruit, nuts, and various other food sources. Do not forget to balance the consumption of these foods with adequate drinking intake of 10 to 12 glasses per day.
In addition, check your womb regularly to an obstetrician to monitor the health of your fetus.
Nutrition of pregnant women
Healthy food for pregnant women
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah