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Green Cuisine: 6 Foods to Fuel Your Pregnancy

Ah, the delightful world of greens! They're not just the color of envy, but they're also a pregnancy powerhouse. Expecting moms, listen up! These six emerald wonders, avocado, spinach, brussel sprouts,broccoli, asparagus, and kiwi are here to make your journey a lot smoother and your baby healthier and here's why.

Avocado, or The Creamy Marvel, if you will, is the superhero of fruits (yes, it's a fruit!) Avocados are packed with folate, potassium, and healthy fats. Folate helps prevent neural tube defects in babies, while potassium aids in muscle function, something you’ll appreciate during those midnight cravings, and healthy fats just promote overall health while also being delicious!


Spinach is your ally in boosting iron levels and providing a hefty dose of vitamins A, C, and K. The high vitamin A content supports fetal growth and development, while vitamin C enhances iron absorption, optimizing its utilization for both immune function and collagen production crucial for bone health during pregnancy. The Vitamin K in spinach contributes to blood clotting which prevents hemorrhaging during and after child birth.

bowl of spinach

Brussels Sprouts pack a punch with their folate content and are rich in fiber, aiding digestion (a lifesaver when pregnancy hormones go haywire). Plus, they're a great source of vitamin C, contributing to a healthy immune system for both you and your baby! A must to add to the list of foods to fuel your pregnancy.

Brussels sprouts

The Tree of Goodness or what you may known it as, broccoli, brings in calcium, folate, and antioxidants to the pregnancy table. Calcium supports bone health for both mommy and baby, while antioxidants help combat cell damage.


Asparagus not only offers folate and vitamins A, C, and K, but also provides a good source of fiber. Its diuretic properties help with bloating (a common pregnancy symptom) and contains the nutrients that support immune health a long with aiding in bone development for both the mother and the baby.


Last but certainly not least, the fuzzy little kiwi. Bursting with vitamin C, E, and K, this tangy fruit supports tissue repair, fights off infections, and aids in healthy bone development for the little one. Small fruit, but huge benefits!

kiwi and blueberries

Remember, variety is the potion for a healthy and well-balanced life! Mix and match these green goodies in salads, smoothies, or as sides to your main meals to get a wholesome dose of nutrients. However, it's always consult with your doctor or nutritionist to ensure these foods align with your specific health needs during pregnancy.

So there you have it, the green dream team for a healthy and vibrant pregnancy. Embrace these foods and let them work their magic as you journey through each trimester. Enjoy and indulge because eating greens was never this rewarding!

pregnant belly bump
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