Wheat in pregnancy

Is it good to eat Wheat during your pregnancy? YES.

According to babycenter grains (For example - whole wheat, oats, corn, rice) are packed with nutrients like iron, selenium, and magnesium. They're also especially good sources of the B vitamins (including B1, B2, folic acid, and niacin) your growing baby needs for just about every part of his body. Grains supply energy for your baby's development and help the placenta grow.

During pregnancy it's better for you to choose "whole grains," like whole wheat bread and brown rice.

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Source:

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Wheat in pregnancy

Sure, eat wheat! The problem is... it's so tasty and all over that you can get too much weight - and this is not the result you want. So limid yourself a bit.

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