1)Prenatal vitamins should be taken.
2)Exercise on a regular basis
3)Make a birth schedule.
4) Self-education is essential.
5)Switch up your chores (avoid harsh or toxic cleaners, heavy lifting)
6)Keep tabs on your weight growth (normal weight gain is 25-35 pounds)
7) Put on some comfortable sneakers.
8) Consume folate-rich foods (lentils, asparagus, oranges, fortified cereals)
9) Calcium-rich foods should be consumed (dairy, canned fish, soy)
10) Consume more seafood (except those high in mercury )
11) Fiber-rich foods should be consumed.
12) Soft cheeses should not be consumed (unpasteurized styles like Brie and feta may contain bacteria that can cause fever, miscarriage or pregnancy complications)
13) Consume your vegetables.
7) Every day, eat five or six well-balanced meals. But don’t eat too much.
You only need an extra 300-500 calories every day. Keeping a food journal is a good idea. Caffeine intake should be limited. Drink a lot of water (six 8-ounce glasses of water per day)