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Prenatal Nutrients: Vitamin C and Iron4 Views
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Description: Vitamin C and iron are both prenatal nutrients that are important for both mother and baby. Watch this video to learn about the best sources and their proper intake.
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Bold, colorful fruits and veggies contain the most nutrients to help your baby grow. Apples and iceburg lettuce are good for you, but mangos and romaine lettuce are even better. Of course, you’ll need certain extras, too! Your pregnant body can’t store essential Vitamin C. Get a fresh supply every day with strawberries, melon, tomatoes, and, of course, orange juice. Mineral-rich whole grain breads, cereals and pastas provide vital nutrients and can also combat pregnancy-induced nausea. To prevent anemia while pregnant, you’ll need more iron. Spinach, soy products, dried fruit and blackstrap molasses are all great choices.