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How to take folic acid during pregnancy in a simple and tasty way

How to take folic acid during pregnancy in a simple and tasty way


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If you are thinking about getting pregnant, you have probably started taking folic acid and the same if you already are (by the way, congratulations!). The intake of folic acid before and during pregnancy is very important, as it helps the baby to develop correctly.

Many gynecologists and midwives prescribe vitamin supplements to pregnant women to reinforce the consumption of folic acid, in addition to advising a healthy and balanced diet where the presence of broccoli, tomatoes, green leafy vegetables and carrots is abundant.

Today we want to talk to you about a natural and pleasant way of taking everything you need during this important stage in a woman's life. Do you know the milk drink Puleva Mamá?

Do you know Puleva Mama? It is a natural, simple, practical, comfortable and delicious alternative (it has a cocoa flavor that makes it irresistible) to taking folic acid and other necessary nutrients at this stage of your life such as iodine (important for the proper functioning of the nervous system and cognitive), omega 3, fiber or EPA + DHA. And since we know that you may have doubts about this new dairy drink that is already on the market, we are going to explain point by point what exactly Puleva Mamá is.

It is, as we have said, a dairy drink designed especially to meet the nutritional needs of pregnant women, but also those who plan to become pregnant soon or are in the lactation period, and which is a complement within a varied and balanced diet.

Puleva Mamá has been reviewed by the Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics according to the recommended daily amounts. And it is that a bottle of Puleva Mamá a day (100 thousand) satisfies the main nutritional needs such as 100% of the recommended daily amount of folic acid, 100% also iodine, 37% of Omega 3 EPA + DHA, the 38% calcium and, something also key at this time, is a rich source of fiber, and let's not forget that constipation is one of the most common and heavy discomforts during pregnancy.

Ask your gynecologist about Puleva Mamá, stop by the supermarket closest to your usual residence or your place of work and forget about taking the pill every day. Puleva Mamá does not need to be stored in a refrigerator, you can take it at room temperature and at any time of the day, and more good things: it only contains 1.5% added sugar in each bottle, which represents 3.5% of the maximum amount recommended by the World Health Organization for a healthy adult on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Anyone should be responsible for eating a healthy and balanced diet, but when a woman becomes pregnant this responsibility increases, since the development of the baby's body and organs will depend on what she eats.

Recent studies warn that the diet of pregnant women in Spain presents insufficiencies and imbalances, which means a danger for the woman herself, but especially for the health of the child. How to try to break this trend?

Thanks to its content of calcium, vitamin D and vitamin B, milk plays an essential role in the diet of every pregnant woman. According to the report 'Milk as a vehicle for health in special physiological situations: pregnant woman', prepared by the Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics and the Spanish and Ibero-American Nutrition Foundations, "its intake not only improves the nutritional status of the pregnant woman, it also has beneficial effects on fetal growth and development and on the health of the mother and baby. " To drink milk it has been said! And if it's Puleva Mamá, better than better!

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Video: Taking Folic Acid During Pregnancy? (July 2022).


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