N is for No more junk food. Reaching for the junk food can sometimes be convenient, but with its high sugar and fat content, it contains hundreds of ‘empty’ calories.This means that that burger and fries gives you and your baby no vitamins or nutrients, but you will gain a few extra pounds in weight!
L is for Lamb… plus beef and pork. Vitamin B12 is needed for the body to be able to process folic acid and it’s found in almost all foods of animal origin including lamb, beef and pork. However, it’s recommended that you limit yourself to a few portions per week as these meats are high in saturated fat.
Breakfast Pizza ~ It's easy to throw together and the red and green peppers add a festive color. It's also great any other day of the year!
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M is for Mushrooms. Mushrooms contain riboflavin, which is essential for your baby’s bone, muscle and nerve development. They also have a high level of potassium and anti-toxins,too.
R is for Red meat. All types of red meat are great for boosting your iron intake, which is important for avoiding anaemia during pregnancy. It also increases the production of red blood cells for your baby. Choose lean cuts and limit the amount of fat you use to cook it.
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W is for Wholemeal bread. Wholemeal bread contains less sugar and salt than its refined carbohydrate counterpart. It's packed with fibre and grains, which aid the digestion and keep you feeling fuller longer.