Nutrition Guide - Top pregnancy foods
Broccoli and other green vegetables: rich in folic acid to reduce the risk of neural tube defects.
Pulses, Lentils, Baked Beans: contain iron needed by red blood cells and fibre.
Milk and Yoghurt: sources of calcium, for bone development.
Salmon and other oily fish: contains Omega 3 fatty acids, for brain development.
Red meat: best and most easily absorbed source of iron.
Wholegrain and fortified cereals and Wholemeal Bread good source of vitamins and fibre.
Dried apricots good source of vitamin A, potassium, iron and fibre.
Bananas: jam packed with potassium that helps lower blood pressure. Bananas make a good snack and provide a good source of energy.