Adequate Nutrition of Nutrients During Pregnancy

The advice of a biomedical.
The biological clock, sooner or later, awake for most women.
It’s time to generate a new life. Proper nutrition of micronutrients is therefore critical to ensure a good breast development and provide the power for the baby’s growth.
According to the study conducted by Lecerf Lille, while a balanced diet, the mother does not receive the recommended daily amount of vitamins B1 (90%), B2 (62 percent), C (58%) and magnesium (78 percent). The shortage of folic acid (vitamin B9), vitamin C, magnesium and zinc, in the early months of pregnancy, is involved in the reduction of cells of the uterus and fetal malformation.

The high rate of copper, present in all pregnant women, increases the speed of elimination of vitamin c. This vitamin has an inhibitory modulator effect of histamine that, when increases, can generate the risk of placental detachment, accompanied also by lack of vitamin A, beta carotene and vitamin e.
Zinc supplementation, essential minerals and vitamins reduces the frequency of miscarriages and plays an important role in the prevention of pregnancy toxemia and eclampsia, characterized by hypertension, headaches, seizures, etc. The magnesium deficit induces a leukocyte hiperativação (inflammatory cells of the immune system).
The replacement of this mineral has a protective action in toxemia of pregnancy given its vasodilatory properties and immuno-regulating. Low vitamin B can promote high blood pressure. During pregnancy, the activity of vitamin B6-dependent enzymes, decreases in placenta of women with preeclampsia.
This grace period, in the course of the pregnancy, is noted mainly in women who took oral anticoncecionais for over 30 months prior to conception. In this way, a weak supply of vitamin B6 is associated with an Apgar score (evaluation of five newborn objectives signs) of less than 7 (normal 8-10). The iron and folates, together, reduce to half the birth of premature infants, as well as supplementation with calcium, magnesium and zinc.
Zinc deficiency during pregnancy, causes an overall reduction of the weight of the brain of the fetus, as well as DNA synthesis, protein and fat in the forebrain, cerebellum and hippocampus. Mother’s dental amalgams containing mercury 1% are the main source of this metal in the fetus.
In a study of 100 children and 46 fetuses, the concentration of mercury in the tissues was proportional to the number of amalgams, responsible for causing cases of autism and childhood hyperactivity. Mercury and lead have neurotoxic effects harmful to the fetus. Lead and cadmium (from tobacco) prevent uterine circulation-placental induce necrosis of the placenta and the intrauterine growth retardation. Magnesium and zinc reduce the passage of lead and cadmium to the placenta. So, a word of advice to future mothers to nurse with quality.