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How to do without appetite in early pregnancy

Because of hormone changes in early pregnancy, many pregnant women have poor stomach and appetite. Pregnant women eat less, is not conducive to the growth and development of the fetus. So, how does the female intestines and stomach in early pregnancy do?

First, food diversification

Adopt reasonable cooking methods to reduce the loss of nutrition. According to the taste and hobbies of pregnant women, different cooking methods and raw materials can be used. If pregnant women like to eat sour food, they can eat fresh sour fruits, such as peaches, plums, red bayberry, pomegranates, oranges, etc. These fruits can stimulate appetite and supplement folic acid.

Second, eat less and eat more

You don't have to eat too much at every meal. Eat as you like. If you eat less, you can prepare some milk bread, biscuits, soybean milk, yogurt, etc. You can eat it at any time. Avoid some odors that may cause vomiting, such as greasy smell, cooking seasoning, lampblack smell, etc.

In addition, in order to prevent vomiting, you can prepare some digestible food, such as steamed bread, cake, bread, etc. Before getting up in the morning, drink a glass of boiled water, eat these foods, and lie down for a while before getting up. This can effectively prevent or reduce vomiting and ensure the supply of nutrients.

Third, supplement vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 can promote the appetite of pregnant women and reduce vomiting. Foods rich in vitamin B6 include potatoes, bananas, soybeans, peanuts, spinach, fish, chicken, lean meat, etc. Pregnant women can usually eat more of these foods. Food should be easy to digest and absorb, such as biscuits, rice or millet porridge. Porridge can supplement the water lost by nausea and vomiting, and dry food can relieve the symptoms of nausea and vomiting.

Some prebiotics, such as zangling stachyose, can also be used in daily life to supplement food ration and nutrition sources for beneficial bacteria in the body, help regulate the balance of intestinal environment, and is also very beneficial to the recovery of digestive function.