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During the first 3 months of pregnancy, the nausea known as morning sickness can be a challenge for some expectant mothers. Watching what you eat and when you eat will help eliminate morning sickness symptoms in some women, as well as avoiding some foods completely. For most women, morning sickness will disappear in almost fourth months of pregnancy.

Description: For most women, morning sickness will disappear in about the fourth month of pregnancy

For most women, morning sickness will disappear in about the fourth month of pregnancy

Breakfast

The first hours of the day can be the most difficult time for a pregnant woman who gets morning sickness. Starting your day with crackers, dry toast or dry cereal as soon as you wake up can help, according to experts. When the morning passes, eat foods rich in protein and complex carbohydrates, such as yogurt, milk and cheese made ​​from skim milk to reduce nausea.

 

Description: The first hours of the day can be the most difficult time for a pregnant woman who gets morning sickness

The first hours of the day can be the most difficult time for a pregnant woman who gets morning sickness

Lunch

Baked potatoes, white rice or broth chicken at lunch are nutritious and bland enough to prevent or reduce morning sickness. You should eat small meals throughout the day so your stomach is never too full or too hungry. Experts recommend that you should drink water half an hour before or after meals and throughout the day, but do not drink while you are eating.

Description: You should eat small meals throughout the day so your stomach is never too full or too hungry

You should eat small meals throughout the day so your stomach is never too full or too hungry

Dinner

Many women may be accustomed to eating large meals at mealtimes. To prevent morning sickness, they should continue to eat small meals throughout the day. Cold foods, such as sandwiches, fresh vegetables or salad can be good for your health. According to experts, you should avoid spicy, greasy or fatty foods, and foods that have an odor making you nauseous. Continue to eat foods rich in protein and complex carbohydrates, such as peanut butter, nuts, cheese and crackers.

 

 

 

 

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