The Best Foods For Women At The First Trimester Of Pregnancy (Part 2) - Cheese, Asparagus, Eggs, Broccoli

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5. Cheese

Why you should eat

Cheese is rich in calcium and protein – 2 substances playing an important role in the development of bones and muscles.

Tips for pregnant women

“Women should put cheese on lasagnas or cakes to supplement more protein and calcium for your body”.

6. Asparagus

Why you should eat

The lack of vitamin D in pregnant women can affect the intellectual and physical development of the fetus. Therefore, women should eat much asparagus – a food rich in vitamin D.

Description: Asparagus is a rich source of vitamin D

Asparagus is a rich source of vitamin D

Tips for pregnant women

“Boiled asparagus is my favorite. When boiling it, you should keep the fire, water low when boiling asparagus and take them out when they’re perfectly cooked. Mothers can also make soup with crab and asparagus, beef and asparagus rolls, asparagus salad, scallops stir fried with asparagus…All of my family love eating these dishes.”

7. Eggs

Why you should eat

Egg is a rich source of protein, calcium and vitamin D. Besides, omega-3 in eggs is also good for the development of fetus’s brain and vision.

Tips for pregnant women

“I usually boil eggs and put them in the tuna salad as I can’t stand the smell of the oil when frying eggs”.

8. Broccoli

Why you should eat

Broccoli not only supplements essential nutriments for pregnant women such as calcium and folic acid, but also contains fiber and antioxidants. Broccoli is also rich in vitamin C, so it helps your body absorb iron when being eaten with iron-rich foods such as noodles and whole-bran rice.

Description: Broccoli contains antioxidants and fiber

Broccoli contains antioxidants and fiber

Tips for pregnant women

“Using broccoli for soup or stir-frying with shrimp and meat is very delicious and easy to eat. Besides, mothers can combines mashed broccoli with apple or pear juice. That’s fantastic to drink”.

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