Magnesium deficiency during pregnancy...3

Magnesium deficiency during pregnancy...3

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 6....  Effects Of Magnesium On The Baby
Research studies have revealed that intake of magnesium during pregnancy will either show a positive benefit or no benefit to the baby.
  • Magnesium supplementation shows a beneficial effect on the growth of the fetus.
  • Oral magnesium supplementation improves fetal circulation.
  • Newborns who had better sleep and wake cycles came from mothers who had taken sufficient magnesium during pregnancy.
7....  How Much Magnesium Do You Need During Pregnancy?
The recommended daily allowance of magnesium during pregnancy is 350 to 360 milligrams. If you are between 19 and 30 years, you require 350mg, and if you are 31 years and above, you need 360mg. Vomiting, nausea, and food aversions during pregnancy would make you deficient in magnesium. Therefore, supplementation is necessary apart from including magnesium-rich foods in your diet

8...    Magnesium Rich Foods For Pregnant Women
To supplement your body with the recommended magnesium dosage, you should take a healthy diet. Many plant and animal sources leafy greens (spinach), whole grains, seeds, legumes, breakfast cereals, dietary fiber containing foods, and fortified foods, are rich in magnesium. Processed foods should never be a choice. Also, the magnesium in water alters from 1mg to 120mg per liter.


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