Pregnant women who eat lots of crabs,
tortoise, cat apple, aloe… can increase the risk of miscarriage.
While pregnant, women have to be careful with
foods eaten daily. The followings are foods that can cause miscarriage.
or uncooked foods can cause miscarriage.
Crab has a high level of nutrients,
provides a rich source of calcium that helps strengthen bones and teeth; it’s
also a favorite food of many pregnant women when summer comes.
However, no matter how you love eating
crabs, you need to limit eating them in the first 3 months of pregnancy. That’s
because crabs can cause the uterus to shrink, which leads to genital bleeding
or even miscarriage.
Besides, the content of cholesterol in
crabs is very high. Pregnant women who have high blood pressure, Pre-eclampsia shouldn’t
has a high level of nutrients.
Have you ever heard about the harmful
effects from eating crabs during pregnancy? Tortoise is good for the kidney, but
it’s also fishy and cold, and able to remove tumor, clear the vein. So,
tortoise has certain harmfulness to pregnant women, particularly, the
tortoise’s leg can cause miscarriage more easily than its meat.
Pregnant women in the first 3 months of
pregnancy shouldn’t eat and drink too much pineapple juice because this fruit
can cause contraction which leads to miscarriage; cause diarrhea or allergy to
pregnant women. The reason is that pineapple has bromelain which is able to
soften the uterus and produces aborticide. However, after this period of time,
pregnant women can eat a moderate and sensible amount of pineapple.
the first 3 months of pregnancy, women shouldn’t eat pineapple.
4. Pearl barley
The pearl barley contains lots of amino
acid that is necessary to the body. Eating lots of pearl barley can provide the
energy consumed because of the high temperature on hot days and improve resistance
power. For women, having a sensible amount of pearl barley can help them have a
bright, smooth skin, reduce wrinkles, remove freckles and brown spots.- Foods That Cause Miscarriage (part 2) - Pearl barley, Purslain, Medlar, Longan
- Foods That Cause Miscarriage (part 3) - Unpasteurized milk, Green papaya, Aloe, Barley
- Foods That Cause Miscarriage (part 4) - Processed meat, Raw, uncooked eggs, Cheese