Answer: when you're pregnant, your developing baby needs calcium to build strong bones and teeth. Calcium also helps your baby grow a healthy heart, nerves, and muscles as well as
develop a normal heart rhythm and blood-clotting abilities.
Women ages 19 to 50: 1,000 milligrams (mg) a day before, during, and after pregnancy
Women age 18 and younger: 1,300 mg a day before, during, and after pregnancy
calcium rich foods include whole milk, low fat milk, yoghurt, cottage cheese, tofu etc
you may not think of water as a calcium source, but tap and bottled water typically contain varying amounts, with mineral water containing the most calcium.
Good sources of iron are dark green vegetables, corn, legumes (dried beans, peas and lentils), oranges and some grain products. red meat, eggs and poultry, whole-grain and
enriched breads and cereals.
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