Many changes have occurred in young women so that nutritional intake is very important to note.
- Iron, in adolescence, proper nutritional intake is needed, especially for adolescents who have experienced it menstruation. Iron needs are needed, almost twice that of teenage boys.
- Magnesium PMS symptoms such as emotional and mood changes and experiencing tension can be relieved by adequate magnesium intake.
- Calcium calcium needs in adolescence are higher than during childhood. This is because it helps maintain bones.
- Vitamins, vitamin A in addition to playing an important role for vision can also help growth and reproductive health.
- Omega 3, sometimes the intake of foods containing omega 3 is often ignored by young women, even though it is very important for cancer prevention.
- Calcium, with proper calcium intake can help you in fighting the possibility of suffering from osteoporosis.
- Vitamin D, apart from maintaining healthy bones, can also increase immunity and muscle strength.
- Omega 3, can help nourish the heart and prevent cancer.
- Magnesium, can help you maintain healthy bones, regulate normal blood pressure, heart rate and nervous system
- Folate contained in vitamin B complex can help you to form red blood cells.
D. Pregnant Woman
- Iron, is useful for preventing anemia in pregnant women.
- Calcium, for the formation of baby bones and teeth.
- Folic acid, in the formation of nerve cells in the fetus in the first trimester.
- Protein, can function as a substance to build and replace cells that are no longer needed by the body.
- Vitamin B complex, is very useful for pregnant women in the health of nerves, heart and muscles.
E. Breastfeeding Mother
- Protein, it is important to increase breast milk, even when breastfeeding triples the need for protein.
- Vitamins, it is advisable for nursing mothers to pay attention to vitamin intake to get the best quality breast milk.
- Calcium, by increasing calcium, the baby’s needs can be met in bone development.
- Iron, foods that are rich in iron are good for breastfeeding mothers to eat.
- Omega 3, is very important in the growth and development of your baby.
However, that does not mean that you ignore other nutritional intake, you can schedule a meal plan so that you can maximize the intake of nutrients your body needs.