Diet Tips for First Trimester



Spinach is high in folic acid, which is crucial in allowing your baby's neural tube to properly fuse in the first month after conception.


Protein is important during each trimester, as it aids in the proper growth of your baby’s tissue and muscle.

Lean Beef

 Beef is a great source of iron, and as long as you do not eat it undercooked, beef is great for you and your unborn baby. Remember: grass-fed, organic, and hormone-free is the best choice for executing moms.


Salmon is high in calcium and Vitamin D is one of the safer fish to eat while pregnant.

Collars Greens

Collard greens are high in iron, and many pregnant women lack enough iron.


Chicken is high in iron, which creates red blood cells and helps your body to get enough oxygen.


Yogurt is high in calcium and Vitamin D, and eating it ensures your body is getting enough, which prevents your baby from having to “steal” it from your bones.


Broccoli is surprisingly high in iron, which is needed in the first trimester to fos3rm red blood cells in the baby.


Aside from ng, an excellent source of protein, eggs are high in calcium and Vitamin D as well, both of which are needed for the baby to properly form bones.


Asparagus is high in vitamin D, of which many women are deficient.


Pregnant women need an extra 60 grams of protein a day 5 beginning the first trimester of pregnancy.

Cottage cheese

Cottage cheese contains both calcium and protein, which are good For muscle and bone development.

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