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by Emma Elwin on 3 May, 2016

Emma Elwin shares her three things to add to your diet during pregnancy.

During these past months I have added some some new things to my diet. I can’t say for sure but I believe that they have made my life easier!

Pumpkin seeds
These babies contains loads of iron which is perfect for women in general, pregnant or not! I have been trying to add them to most of my meals of sallad, pasta or bread, and they are delicious to roast for a few minutes in a pan.

Lemon and oranges
I have been drinking freshly made orange and lemon juice morning and evening with my iron pills. They are filled with c-vitamins and the lemons have been the perfect cure to my morning sickness.

Baby and me
I am so happy that I found these pills, they contain all the important minerals and vitamins that me and the baby need during the pregnancy. There is one for trimester I and II and then one for trimester III and post partum.


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