Miscarriage: 12 Foods Pregnant Women Shouldn’t Eat
The processed meat including sausage, pate, stuffed food… must be avoided during pregnancy. According to the latest research, eating too much processed meat can harm the fetus. In the worse situation, it can cause fetal poisoning or lead to miscarriage.
Pregnant women who crave this food should only eat a small amount of it and take notice of the temperature that the food is processed in for safety
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 eat crabs.
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.
It can stimulate your uterus and promote uterine contractions, which in turn may cause miscarriage in early pregnancy.
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.
In pregnancy, if women use caffeine drinks usually (coffee, tea, coke, tonic, soda, cocktail…), they’ll have a risk of increasing heart rate and blood pressure, which leads to insomnia and headache. Not only that, it also affects the fetus’s development, which produces the risk of miscarriage and premature birth.