Tips For Pregnancy Diet And Nutrition Information 

Folic Acid

Crucial for preventing neural tube defects, foods rich in folate include leafy green vegetables, citrus fruits, beans, and fortified cereals


Important for building your baby's bones and teeth. Sources of calcium include dairy products, calcium-fortified foods, and leafy greens.


Necessary to prevent anemia, increase blood volume, and aid in the baby's development. Iron-rich foods include lean meats, beans, tofu, and fortified cereals.


Essential for the growth of the baby. Good sources are lean meats, poultry, fish, eggs, beans, tofu, cheese, and nuts.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Important for brain and vision development in the baby. Sources include fish, especially oily fish like salmon, and flaxseed.


Drinking plenty of water is important to support the increased blood volume.

Whole Grains

Provide essential carbohydrates, fiber, and B-vitamins. Examples include whole grain bread, pasta, and brown rice.

Moderate Sugar And Salt Intake

Too much can lead to health issues like gestational diabetes and blood pressure problems.