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Pregnant, you have specific needs in essential vitamins for you and for the good development of your baby. A varied and balanced diet is enough to cover your main needs. Only two vitamins, B9 and D, require a special prescription. Point.
- Precious in many areas: vision, skin, immune system ... vitamin A plays a major role in the synthesis of growth hormone for your future baby.
- Eating well is enough to cover your vitamin A needs. You can find it in butter, margarine, fatty fish (mackerel, salmon, tuna ...), as well as in carrots, cabbages and spinach.
- Many products are fortified with vitamin A and it is recommended to monitor your consumption. Hypervitaminosis, excess vitamin, in this case vitamin A, could cause liver complications for your future baby. Do not consume too much liver, which is extremely rich.
- As a major contributor to embryogenesis, this vitamin, also known as folic acid or folate, plays a fundamental role at the time of conception and in the days that follow.
- A serious vitamin B9 deficiency can cause a severe neurological malformation: spina bifida, which is why it is recommended to supplement the women in desire of conception (at least 1 month before the beginning of the pregnancy) and this until the end of the 1st trimester of pregnancy.
- In the diet, folic acid is present in green vegetables (lamb's lettuce, spinach, watercress, cabbages), in fruits (melon, bananas, raspberries ...), in lentils, cereals and dried fruits.
- Pillar of your tone, this vitamin plays a role of size in the manufacture of red blood cells and the maintenance of the membranes of the placenta.
- Vitamin C deficiency increases the risk of preterm birth.
- You will find it in fruits: kiwis, strawberries, guavas, blackcurrants, as well as in citrus fruits, oranges and lemons. Supplementation is not necessary except sometimes for older smokers.