Pregnancy and Fertility
Pregnancy is one of the most significant events in a woman’s life. Fertility problems are on the increase, poor nutrient intake is a factor in some cases but commonly it is due to women waiting longer before starting a family meaning their chances of conceiving begin to decline. Physiological changes during pregnancy mean that pregnant women have higher than average requirements for most nutrients; iron, calcium and folic acid are particularly important. Good nutrition before, during and after pregnancy is vital to ensure a healthy conception, the wellbeing of the mother and to give the baby the best possible start in life.
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