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Min tea which has light scent will help pregnant women relax. The cool flavor of mint brings good smell to breath, treatment for irregular stomachache during pregnancy and fights against insomnia. On the other hand, mint tea helps pregnant women to control morning sickness.

However, the pregnant should be careful to put some other fruits like lemon, orange, apple, pineapple, pear, and herbal species like cinnamon… in tea because it’s not always safe to combine fruits, herbal with tea. In some cases, the component of tea and the additional materials fight against each other, making harmful toxic substance.

Finally, though mint tea is good for pregnant women, we must not overuse it. There is caffeine in tea that can badly affect mothers and babies.      

8.     Carrot juice

Carrot juice has plenty of beta-carotene, B-group vitamin, potassium, calcium, cobalt and other minerals. Future mothers should eat some high-fat foods before drinking carrot juice to increase carrot absorption ability. Eating oil-mixing carrot salad is the best way to absorb all micronutrients that is in carrot.

Nonetheless, the pregnant shouldn’t drink too much carrot juice which causes beta-carotene excessiveness leading to liver overload and jaundice. The pregnant should remember to brink more than 500ml of carrot juice a day.

Carrot juice is hard to resist.

Carrot juice is hard to resist.

9.     Tomato juice

Tomato juice is a precious source of nutrient and helps reduce the risk of cancer. It’s very good for pregnant women and women who’ve just been through labor. That juice also contains little energy, so it’s good for the over-weight, too.

Drinking tomato juice 20-30 minutes before meal to stimulate intestinal and stomach peristaltic and prepare for the digestion.

Adding a bit salt will reduce the juice value. Instead of salt, you can put some crushed garlic gloves and some herbs like parsley, cumin…

People who have stomach ulcer, duodenum ulcer, cholecystitis shouldn’t drink mint tea.

Tomato juice helps pregnant women to reduce the risk of cancer.

Tomato juice helps pregnant women to reduce the risk of cancer.

10.  Cabbage juice

Cabbage juice is healthy for people who are pregnant. It’s able to ease stomach. Additionally, this is also a rich source of vitamin C helping pregnant women to improve the immune system and vitamin K supporting the clotting. Cabbage juice has a variety in fiber that can help reduce constipation during pregnancy.

Cabbage juice efficiently reduces colon ulcer and irritable bowel syndrome.

For people who face the difficulties in digesting cabbage, eating cabbage can cause flatulence. If you still want to drink cabbage juice, you should drink a small amount of it or thin down it by mixing with other vegetable juice. You can also combine carrot juice, celery juice and cabbage juice together for a healthy drink for pregnancy.

11.  Pumpkin juice

Pumpkin juice has lots of sucrose, pectic, potassium salt, magnesium, iron, bronze and cobalt. It is rich in vitamin C, B1, B2, B6, E, beta-carotene. The pumpkin juice is considered to be a nutritious drink, especially if you have diseases that relative to kidney and liver, you should drink a half of a glass of pumpkin per day.

If you pregnant women are having insomnia, you should drink pumpkin juice with honey 3 times/day (1/4-1/5 of the glass each time) and drink successively in 10 days.

Pumpkin juice helps pregnant women get rid of insomnia.

Pumpkin juice helps pregnant women get rid of insomnia.

12.  Grape juice

Grape juice contains glucose and potassium. It’s recommended to be used for anti-depressed and anti-exhausted treatments. Black grape juice has lots of micronutrients that help reduce the risk of getting heart diseases. Drinking grape juice often will help you reduce the amount of cholesterol and blood pressure.

Grape juice also has good bacteria that provide aperient, diuretic abilities, and sweat excretion. The pregnant should drink a half of a grape juice glass which is divided into 3 times a day, and drink for 3 weeks. Before drinking, the grape juice can be diluted 1:1.

Grape juice is not recommended if you have gastritis which is due to the increase of acid secretion, have peptic ulcer, duodenal diseases, diabetes, obesity, and chronic lung disease. Grape juice can bring trouble to pregnant women who are sensitive to wind.

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