Grape Is Pregnant Women’s Friend

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If pregnant women eat grapes, their babies’eyes will be brighter.

Grape is a popular fruit in autumn, and itis very useful for pregnant women.

Nutrients in grape

Grape contains about 65-85% of water,10-33% sugar (glucose and fructose), phlobaphene, galic acid ,silicic acid ,quercetine , anin, glucosides, mono delphinidin and delphinidin, fruit acid,phosphoric acid, salicilic, lemon acid, formic acid , oxalic acid , pectin,tannin compound, kali salt, magnesium, calcium, mangan, Fe and vitamins B1, B2,B6, B12, A, C, P, PP, K, folic acids and enzymes.

Grape’s skin contains tannin compound andnecessary oil.

Grape’s seeds also contain tannin compound,phlobaphene, lecithin, vanilla and fat oil.

Grapes contain a lot of nutrients.

Grapescontain a lot of nutrients.

Good for children

If pregnant women eat a lot of grapes, theirbabies’ eyes will be brighter because grapes contain a lot of vitamin A andflavonol compound that are useful for developing eyesight.

Pregnant women eat grapes to help children’s eyes brighter.

Pregnantwomen eat grapes to help children’s eyes brighter.

If pregnant women often eat grapes,children will receive more nutrients because grapes having lot of vitamin Bthat can control the rate of metabolism to pregnant women.

Eating grapes will help children avoidhandicapped nerve pipe because grapes contain folate that is an importantsubstance to prevent defect of nerve pipe.

Children can develop nerve system betterbecause grape juice contains Kali and sodium.

Eating grapes will help pregnant womenimprove fetus’s genes because phosphorus is a part of nucleic acid.

Useful for pregnant women

Eating grapes is good for not only motherbut also child because it brings some advantages:

-      Magnesium in grapes helps pregnant women reducecramp.

-      Grapes contain content of fiber that helpspregnant women digest easily.

-      Grapes contain vitamin E and K that help bloodcongeal and it is useful for labour. Consequently, eating a glass of grapejuice will make pregnant women reduce stress and useful for mothers before theybegin to labour.

-      Antioxidants such as anthocyanins, flavon,geraniol, linalol, nerol and tannin will help increase immunity and prevent infectionfor pregnant women.

-      Resveratrol in grapes helps control cholesterolin pregnancy. So, if pregnant women get hypertension, they should drink a glassof fruit juice every day.

-      Eating grapes regularly will help pregnant womenwho have arthritis asthma control disease because grapes containanti-inflammatory factor.

-      Grapes act as a good detergent; it helps preventkidney stone, detoxify liver, and improve digestive system’s health. Grapesalso cure constipation.

-      Resveratrol is an important factor of grapesthat helps prevent nerve disease of pregnant women.

-      Grape leaves can be used to cure bleeding ofwomb.

Notes when pregnant women eat grapes

You should choose grapes that have the safeorigin, avoid grapes that are sprayed with chemicals or embalmed chemicals.

Grapes’ skin can make pregnant women havedifficulty in digesting, so it will cause constipation. Hence, you musteliminate skin when eating.

If you eat grapes together with milk,cucumber, fish, beer, mineral water or meals with a lot of fat, you will feelunpleasant with stomach. Some pregnant women are allergic when they eat grapessuch as: bellyache, coughing, vomiting, dry throat, sore throat, headache….

Pregnant women who are fat, have stomachulcer, diabetes, enteritis, diarrhea shouldn’t use grape and grape juice.Pregnant women who have tooth decay shouldn’t eat grapes; if eating, theyshould brush their teeth clearly or brush after eating grapes.

Pregnant women who are fat, have stomach ulcer, diabetes, enteritis, diarrhea shouldn’t use grape and grape juice.

Pregnantwomen who are fat, have stomach ulcer, diabetes, enteritis, diarrhea shouldn’tuse grape and grape juice.

 
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