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Kiwi is one of fruits that can bring you a healthy pregnancy.

Health benefits from kiwi

Kiwi contains a great amount of nutrients that are good for pregnant women and their babies, such as:

Fiber

Kiwi has lots of fiber, so if the pregnant eat kiwi, it’ll not only prevent them from constipation, but also remove toxins from the colon and reduce the risk of having skin and intestine diseases. In addition, the pregnant who eat kiwi regularly will be able to reduce unpleasant feelings and dyspepsia.

Pregnant women should eat kiwi regularly.

Pregnant women should eat kiwi regularly.

Magnesium

Magnesium in kiwi helps improving bones, brain and immune system of the mothers. The iron in it will prevent the pregnant and the children from anemia.

Vitamin C

This is one of the rare fruits that contains 140% of daily needs of vitamin C and helps taking form of the neurotransmitters in nervous system, performing brain functions. Kiwi also contains strong antioxidants that help protecting RNA and DNA. Besides, that vitamin C helps absorbing iron, preventing pregnant women and babies from anemia.

The pregnant just have to eat 1 kiwi a day to be provided with full amounts of needed vitamin C. Additionally, kiwi is also a source of vitamin E which is good for heart.

Kiwi contains lots of nutrient that are good for the pregnant.

Kiwi contains lots of nutrient that are good for the pregnant.

Folate

Kiwi especially contains a great amount of essential folate which is very important to the pregnant and is able to reduce the risk of having neural tube defects in the fetus as well as increase the circulation in order to provide blood to the fetus, making it healthier.

Potassium

Kiwi is rich in potassium and can be compared to banana, but its level of calories is half as much as the banana. The amount of salt in kiwi is low, so it can help the pregnant to stabilize blood pressure and cardiovascular health.

Lutein

Kiwi not only has the bigger level of lutein than other fruits, but according to research, lutein in kiwi is also easily absorbed and prevents loss of vision due to aging. Furthermore, having 2-3 kiwis a day can reduce the number of damaged cells caused by stress; reduce the gathering of blood platelets, which can cause artery and vein occlusion.

Natural glucose

Like any other fruits, kiwi has a certain amount of glucose (its index of blood sugar is only smaller than refined sugar’s), which helps pregnant women’s sweet cravings be met fully and reduces the risk of having gestational diabetes that cause many complications to mothers and babies.

Antioxidants

Green and golden kiwis contain strong antioxidants like polyphenols, carotenoids and other helpful biochemical which all can fight against the damages caused by origin components and reduce stress.

Low-energy kiwis

In general, a kiwi contains 61kcl, so this is the healthy snack that can prevent obesity and other cardiovascular diseases for the pregnant.

Eye protection

This kind of fruits is a source of lutein and zeaxanthin which are both found in human eyes. Lutein helps preventing macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataract.

Anticancer ability

Kiwi is rich in flavonoid and carotenoid, both of which are proved to have the abilities to fight against oxidation, and reduce the risk of cancer for pregnant women.

A part from health benefits, the pregnant can exploit the beauty functions of kiwi.

A part from health benefits, the pregnant can exploit the beauty functions of kiwi.

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