Calcium is an essential mineral for fetuses and pregnant women

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Calcium is crucial for the growth and development of fetal bones, and it is essential for the maintenance of cell membranes and the function

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Calcium is crucial for the growth and development of fetal bones, and it is essential for the maintenance of cell membranes and the function of the heart and muscles. Pregnant women daily calcium intake of about 1500 mg.

Recent study found that pregnant women before pregnancy and the first few weeks, if the content of calcium in the diet, increased the incidence may promote early childhood brain tumors. Confirmed in a study of 1200 pregnant women from twentieth weeks of pregnancy until delivery of calcium group than in the placebo group suffering from hypertension, pre eclampsia ratio is much lower. In a region in Guatemala, pregnant women with low calorie and high calcium levels were found to be less likely to suffer from edema, proteinuria and hypertension.

Foods rich in calcium:

The milk

Half a catty of milk, calcium 300 mg, also contains a variety of amino acids, lactic acid, vitamins and minerals. And the calcium in milk easier to draw the human body, therefore, milk should be the main food daily calcium.

The seaweed and dried small shrimps

Seaweed and dried small shrimps are high calcium seafood, eat 25 grams a day, can be 300 mg calcium. And they can reduce blood fat, prevent arteriosclerosis.

The bean products

Soybean is high protein food, calcium content is also high. 500 grams of Soybean Milk 120 mg of calcium, 150 grams of tofu as high as 500 milligrams of calcium, also yield other soy products of calcium.

The animal bones

Animal bones are more than 80% of calcium, but not soluble in water, it is difficult to absorb, and therefore can be made into food to break it, after the vinegar simmered. Eat to remove oil, put some vegetables can be made into a delicious soup.

From the "280 days of fetal education reading every day", Hebei people's publishing house, 2007, edited by Wang Xinliang

 

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