Review the Nutrition of the Pregnant and its Effect on the Fetal Development
Saphia Ali Aitte*
Community Health Department, College of Health and Medical Technology, Southern Technical University, Basra, Iraq
*Corresponding Author: Saphia Ali Aitte, Community Health Department, College of Health and Medical Technology, Southern Technical University, Basra, Iraq.
June 13, 2022; Published: July 07, 2022
This study was designed to find out the relationship between the nutrition of the pregnant and the fetal growth of child, as the study dealt with the importance of good nutrition for the mother during pregnancy and the most important nutrients that must be available in food and its connections with the growth of the fetus as being influencing factors, the study also dealt with the type of food to be eating during pregnancy, food to be avoided, vaccines given to pregnant mothers and the result obtained from this study The importance of good nutrition during pregnancy:, Building the bones and blood cells of the fetus. Reducing hassles and problems of pregnancy. Boost immunity to prevent infectious diseases. Prevention of iron deficiency anemia. Strengthening the body in preparation for childbirth. Promote milk formation for breastfeeding.
Keywords: Pregnancy; Milk; Nutrition
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