Does Not Like The Consumption Of Vegetables Does Affect Fertility?
I want to ask, I’m the type of person who doesn’t like green vegetables, is it possible for me to get pregnant without food intake from vegetables?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Eating vegetables is not an absolute requirement for a person to be able to get pregnant and give birth to a child, but eating vegetables (of course ripe because pregnant women should not eat anything that is not ripe) can help the development of the fetus during pregnancy, provide the nutrients it needs, and help build body endurance.
From your side, eating vegetables can help you through pregnancy more comfortably. Neither will the case when you breastfeed your child later. Consumption of vegetables can help you produce quality breast milk and is beneficial for your child's growth and development. In essence, vegetables are not mandatory, but very highly recommended because of the various benefits it has.
So, we realize that you might not like vegetables, but try to fight the dislike for the sake of your child. Because if you talk further, of course you want your child to like vegetables. And if you don't like vegetables yourself, your child will easily refuse and don't have a role model to eat them. Try to process vegetables in such a way, and if there is an experience in the past that causes you to dislike vegetables, be sure that the experience has passed and what needs to be understood now is its usefulness. So, hopefully answering your question.