Why do you feel like eating sour during pregnancy, learn the benefits

Aug 25 2019 05:08 PM
Why do you feel like eating sour during pregnancy, learn the benefits

It has often been seen that in pregnancy, one feels like eating a lot. Sometimes the situation becomes such that the mind feels, just get it now. This is how most women feel like eating sour. But you won't be aware of why this happens. At the same time, eating sour food keeps you healthy. Let's know the reason behind it.

Why do you feel like eating sour?

In pregnancy sometimes it feels like eating something special. All of this is due to changes in hormones. Most women feel like eating sour during these days. Craving in women for pickles is caused by low sodium.

Sour food is beneficial
Sour stuff like lemon, raw mango, amla or pickle strengthens the immune system of the pregnant.  Carrot pickles are rich in vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium and many other nutrients that strengthen the pregnant immune system. But keep in mind that you should not overeat pickles, chutneys, etc. Try not to use the market pickle at all, but also put carrots, cabbage, jackfruit, beans, etc. at home and eat it. Eating a raw amla in the day is beneficial.

It is very important to maintain a balance of mineral elements like potassium, sodium, in the mother's body for the good growth of the baby in the womb. The intake of pickles also helps in maintaining the balance of mineral elements in the body. It's good for both mother and baby. Pickles contain a variety of spices, such as rye, Asafoetida, kalonji, fennel, etc., which eliminate the gas problem, and the bacteria present in the pickle can reach the intestines of the pregnant and help to increase the good bacteria. It improves the digestive system, digests food quickly and easily and relieves complaints of indigestion and irritation.

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