1. HEALTHY DIET:“Eat a healthy balanced diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables, cereals including bread, rice, pasta and noodles (preferably wholegrain); lean meat, poultry and fish; low or reduced fat milk, yoghurts and cheeses; and plenty of water.”
2. FOLIC ACID:“Ensure you get enough folic acid – in addition to eating foods with added folic acid (such as bread) and naturally rich in folate, health professionals recommend taking a supplement of at least 400 micrograms every day one month before and three months after conception to reduce the risk of neural tube defects such as spina bifida”
3. IODINE:“Ensure you get enough iodine – in addition to eating foods with added iodine (such as bread) and naturally rich in iodine, health professionals recommend taking iodine supplements every day during pregnancy and breastfeeding because mild to moderate iodine deficiency can result in learning difficulties and affect your baby’s development of motor skills and hearing.”
4. FISH:“Eat two to three serves of fish a week but avoid those fish with high levels of naturally occurring mercury: shark, broadbill, marlin, swordfish and orange roughy.
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