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Vitamin C is Important for you and your child..5

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Vitamin C is Important for you and your child..5



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8..  Your diet is important to avoid birth defects due to Vitamin C deficiency
A MAN whose diet is low in vitamin C may increase his likelihood of fathering children with birth defects and certain types of cancers, according to a study recently published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The study demonstrated a direct relationship between a diet low in vitamin C and increased DNA damage in sperm cells. DNA is the basic molecule that functions to transmit hereditary traits. Any damage to this genetic structure may predispose a man to having children with genetic anomalies. One of the researchers, Dr. Paul Motchnik of the University of California at Berkeley said the implication of this finding is that increased vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid, could prevent the consequences of oxidation damage to DNA, including infertility and decreas…

Vitamin C is Important for you and your child..4

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7..  Poor Vitamin C may cause many Health problems to the Mother & child including Heart disease and develop Type1 Diabetes
Clinical data from the pregnant diabetic women are shown in Table 1 and are also presented in subgroups according to the median value (25%–75%) of maternal plasma vitC taken within four weeks of delivery. All comparisons of baseline data and diabetic characteristics in relation to the 50% percentile of vitC (26.6 (22.0–37.2) μmol/L) were non-significant (Table 1). The range (0%–100%) of plasma vitC in the cohort was 3.1–61.0 μmol/L.
Table 1 Clinical data and characteristics of the diabetic status by maternal vitamin C (vitC) within the last four weeks of pregnancy (n = 23/24) and of the whole cohort (n = 47). Results regarding pregnancy and fetal related features are presented in Table 2. No relationship between maternal vitC level and birth we…

Vitamin C is Important for you and your child..3

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6..  Fetus suffers when mother lacks vitamin C
Maternal vitamin C deficiency during pregnancy can have serious consequences for the fetal brain. And once brain damage has occurred, it cannot be reversed by vitamin C supplements after birth. This is shown through new research at the University of Copenhagen just published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE.
Population studies show that between 10-20 per cent of all adults in the developed world suffer from vitamin C deficiency. Therefore, pregnant women should think twice about omitting the daily vitamin pill. "Even marginal vitamin C deficiency in the mother stunts the fetal hippocampus, the important memory centre, by 10-15 per cent, preventing the brain from optimal development," says Professor Jens Lykkesfeldt. He heads the group of scientists that reached this conclusion by studying pregnant guinea pigs an…

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5..  Vitamin C deficiency during your pregnancy may cause Brain Damage to the unborn child Vitamin C deficiency among pregnant women can result in serious health complications in the fetus' brain. Although women can make a conscious effort to take vitamin C supplements, if damage is already done to the baby's brain, it can not be fixed, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Copenhagen and published in PLOS ONE

According to the recent report, between 10 and 20% of all adults in the developed world do not get enough   vitamin C, and pregnant women should make sure they are getting enough of this vitamin. 
Professor Jens Lykkesfeldt, the lead scientist involved in the study, said, "Even marginal vitamin C deficiency in the mother stunts the fetal hippocampus, the important memory center, by 10-15 percent, preventing the brain fro…

Vitamin C is Important for you and your child..1

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Vitamin C is important to maintain and repair all parts of our body.   It is very important to During pregnancy to protect mother and unborn child
1..  Why do you need vitamin C during pregnancy?
Why you need vitamin C during pregnancy. Both you and your baby need vitamin C daily because it's necessary for the body to make collagen, a structural protein that's a component of cartilage, tendons, bones, and skin. ... Vitamin C helps your body fight infections and acts as an antioxidant, protecting cells from damage.

2..   Can too much vitamin C harm a fetus?
If Vitamin C is taken in mega doses during pregnancy, is can theoretically have a negative effect on the pregnancy and the developing baby. Vitamin C is perfect for keeping the immune system healthy. When pregnant, the RDA is 85 mg per day, but Vitamin C supplementation is safe up to 2,000 mg.

3...  Source of Vita…

Calcium is important for You and Ur unborn child..5

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Calcium is important for You and Ur unborn child..5


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9..  Dietary Sources of Calcium
Depending on the culture, the biggest sources of calcium include milk and dairy products, fish with bones and soy and soy products. Other good dietary sources of calcium include almonds, orange juice, dried figs, green leafy vegetables, fortified cereals and some dried beans. Remember that vitamin D is vital for the body to process calcium, so make sure you also get adequate amounts of this vitamin from your diet. Experts generally recommend that people, especially children, get their calcium from dietary sources but in some cases a doctor may recommend supplementation.

10..  Potential Interactions of Calcium Supplements with other Substances
Some medications may interact poorly with calcium supplements, including: Aluminum or magnesium containing antacidsAntibiotics such as fluoroquinolone or tetracyclineAnticonvulsants such as phenytoi…

Calcium is important for You and Ur unborn child..4

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6..  RDA for Calcium
The recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) for calcium are 1,300mg per day for older children and teens aged 9-18, 1,000mg per day for adults aged 19-50 and 1,200mg per day for the elderly over the age of 70. However, women should increase their intake of calcium to 1,200mg per day already in their fifties (men only after the age of 70). The tolerable upper intake levels for teens are 3,000mg per day and 2,500mg per day for adults. Excessively high intakes of calcium may result in hypercalcemia, decreased absorption of other minerals and impaired kidney function.

7..  Health Benefits of Calcium
As it was mentioned earlier, calcium’s major role in the body is to help bones grow and to keep them strong. Low rates of calcium intake tend to be highly correlated with low bone mass and elevated bone fracture rates. This mineral is also needed to help tee…

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5...  Role of Calcium in your body
The Role of Calcium in the Human Body Calcium is a mineral necessary to build and maintain strong bones and teeth, which also aids a number of other body processes. These include blood clotting, blood vessel and muscle contraction, enzyme and hormone secretion and the central nervous system functioning. Calcium happens to be the body’s most common mineral. On average, calcium makes up about 2.3% of a person’s body weight. Nearly all calcium in the body is stored in bones. Its role is to help bones to remain strong and stiff enough to carry the weight of the body. When needed, the body can draw upon these calcium reserves in the bones and use it elsewhere, such as in the bloodstream and soft tissues. Calcium is a mineral and so it cannot be produced by the body. Therefore, consuming adequate levels of calcium is crucial. The body ne…

Calcium is important for You and Ur unborn child ..2

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Calcium is important for You and Ur unborn child ..2



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4..  Calcium, why is it Important?
Calcium is considered to be one of the most important minerals in human body. It is found in some foods and added to others due to its important role in our body.Calcium is required for maintaining bone mass, is essential for exocytosis of neurotransmitters, takes part in the contraction of muscle cells, replaces sodium as the depolarizing mineral in the heart, and participates in many other physiologic functions. Studies have shown that a lack of adequate dietary calcium can induce many bone-related diseases such as osteoporosis, especially in postmenopausal women, as well as other calcium-related deficiencies, such as hypocalcaemia and poor blood clotting.
However, less than 1% of total body calcium is required to support these essential metabolic functions. The serum calcium level is under tight control and does not fluctuate acc…

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Calcium is main nutrient to protect, maintain and repair your bone structure and to form your unborn child's bone structure.  It it is lacking your bones will become weak and the child may born with bone defective.  You need to take Calcium in your diet daily for proper repair and maintain.
Your body uses 99 percent of its calcium to keep your bones and teeth strong, thereby supporting skeletal structure and function. The rest of the calcium in your body plays key roles in cell signaling, blood clotting, muscle contraction and nerve function.

1.  Why Calcium is important for us?
Calcium also plays an important role in muscle contraction, transmitting messages through the nerves, and the release of hormones. If people aren't getting enoughcalcium in their diet, the body takes calcium from the bones to ensure normal cell function, which can lead to weakened bone…

Low level Iron may affect your Fertility .5

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Low level Iron may affect your Fertility .5



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9...  Research tells U about Iron deficiency 


The study looked at pairs of mothers and children who were enrolled in the Northern California-based Childhood Autism Risks from Genetics and the Environment (CHARGE) Study between 2002 and 2009. This included mothers of children with autism and 346 mothers of children or of typical development, who weren't considered to have ASD. The researchers examined maternal iron intake, including vitamins, other nutritional supplements, and breakfast cereals during the three months prior to the birth through the end of the women's pregnancies and breastfeeding. Professor Schmidt said: 'Iron deficiency, and its resultant anaemia, is the most common nutrient deficiency, especially during pregnancy, affecting 40 to 50 per cent of women and their infants. 'Iron is crucial to early brain development, contributing to neurotransm…