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Pregnant Women Should Eat These Healthy Snacks

You may notice that you get hungry easily throughout certain phases of your pregnancy. You'd notice that you grow hungry in between meals. The fact that you become hungry easily should not force you to eat heavy things all of the time. When you're hungry in between meals, try eating some healthy snacks. I don't mean high-fat or high-sugar snacks when I say snacks.

What exactly is a snack? Between meals, a snack is a light meal or food item. In this article, I'll show you how to make nutritious snacks to eat in between meals. The nibbles are as follows:

1. Fresh fruits: This is a very simple thing to obtain.

2. Salad-filled sandwiches or Pitta bread with grated cheese, mashed tuna, salmon, or sardines.

3. Vegetable salads: For those of us who enjoy being vegetarian.

4. Low-fat yogurt or fresh cheese The latter is a soft, creamy cheese. It's made with cream and whole or skimmed milk. It is lower in fat and cholesterol. Fruits can also be served with fromage frais.

5. Bread or vegetable sticks with hummus Cooked, mashed chickpeas are combined with tahini, lemon juice, and garlic to make hummus. It's typically served with bread.

6. Apricots, figs, or prunes that are ready to eat.

7. Vegetables or bean soup are good options. Nigerian bean soup is simple to prepare.

8. Milk and unsweetened breakfast cereals or porridge: When we say something is unsweetened, we're referring to the absence of added sugar.

9. Fruit juices and milk drinks that aren't sweetened.

10. Lastly, baked beans on toast or a baked potato.

If you don't know how to prepare some of these dishes, you may easily learn how to do so by going online. You can make a large batch of them so that you have plenty to pick and eat.

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Source: The NHS's Pregnancy Book

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