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Print Posted on 07/12/2018 in Pregnancy

Exclusively for Pregnant Berry Lovers! Raspberry and Strawberry: to Eat or Not?

Exclusively for Pregnant Berry Lovers! Raspberry and Strawberry: to Eat or Not?

Berries…There are so many of them! There are so many unique shapes and sparkling colors! There are so many delicious tastes and tempting gorgeous berries’ scents! Accurately–shaped, juicy, sweet, and sparkling, berries are a real luxury that turns every morning or every evening into a beautiful time.

It is a Berrymoon time now [I mean it is summer now], and for BERRY LOVERS this time is SPECIAL. Flowers… So many of them… So beautiful... So confusing… So gorgeous... So different… Vibrant colors… Exclusive scents…Do you love to take the spring bouquet in the vase and place it on the balcony’s floor? Do you love the mornings that start with the gorgeous sunshine? Is it utterly tempting for you to spend some time sitting on the tuffet on your balcony? Do you love to FEEL those golden sunshine drops and glittering sunshine droplets when they delicately “TOUCH” your wrists? Do you love to glance at the ideal–shaped, brightly–sparkling, divine–scented berries? BERRIES in the glittering flows of sunshine… The beauty of the berries turns your evening time into the sparkling moments and glittering memories. Isn’t that wonderful to glance at the sparkling berries emerged in your smoothie while sitting on the balcony in the morning, and glancing at the rising sun?

Berries are essential to eat during the pregnancy time. Metaphorically saying, the berries are the divine envelopes for vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. They are literally PACKED with all these nutritious things! Wondering How to Choose Your Berries and Start the BERRYMOON of Your Dreams? Let’s ‘GLANCE THROUGH’ the BERRIES–LIST and reveal what is hidden inside the BERRIES!

(1) Raspberry: how safe is to eat RASPBERRY during pregnancy?

YES, you may eat these divine berries during pregnancy! But don’t forget to wash these wonderful berries thoroughly before eating them. The RASPBERRY is delicious berry, which is available in golden yellow–colored, purple–colored, red–colored or black–colored colors. Each color raspberry has a unique composition of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Raspberries have two varieties: boysenberries and loganberries. They are also divinely–scented and accurately–shaped berries. Metaphorically saying, raspberries are gorgeous berries.

Raspberry’s content includes vitamin C, manganese, fiber, copper, vitamin K, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin E, folate, magnesium, and omega–3 fats.

ENABLES HEALTHY FETAL DEVELOPMENT. Raspberries are very rich in folic acid content. This content is one of the most essential nutrients for the growing fetus. Folic acid is of vital importance for preventing the problems in the neural tube and the spine of your fetus. Folic acid ‘MANAGES’ the development of a healthy spinal and neural system of your fetus. Furthermore, FOLIC ACID CONTENT, present in raspberries, PREVENTS THE RISK OF BIRTH DEFECTS such as neural tube defects, cardiovascular and limb defects, urinary tract anomalies, and preeclampsia effectively.

BOOSTS THE IMMUNITY SYSTEM. RASPBERRIES ARE RICH IN HIGH ANTIOXIDANT CONTENT AND PHYTONUTRIENTS THAT BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM. Raspberries are rich not only in vitamin C content that enhances the immune system to infection and illness, while simultaneously cleaning blood cells to fight viruses. Also, these berries are full of minerals, vitamins, and other vital nutrients that help boost your immunity. Eating RASPBERRIES during pregnancy lowers your risks of catching the infections.

BOOSTS THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM. RASPBERRIES have a HIGH POTASSIUM CONTENT which helps REGULATE BLOOD PRESSURE and HEART BEAT. Normalizing your blood pressure and heart beat, these berries reduce the risk of heart disease. Additionally, raspberries are rich in minerals. Their unique content includes iron, copper, and manganese, which produce red blood cells.

PREVENTS THE RISK OF CANCER DEVELOPMENT WHILE EXPECTING. Raspberries’ antioxidant ‘configuration’, ellagic acid, and a phytonutrient content prevents the risk of cancer development while expecting your small bundle.

CURES ANEMIA. Raspberries contain high amounts of iron content. The iron content boosts the hemoglobin level and prevents such health–episodes as anemia, fatigue, and dizziness.

TREATS a COUGH, SORE THROAT, FLU, and COLD. Worrying about having a sore throat, flu, or common cold during pregnancy? Eat RED RASPBERRIES! Eating red raspberries during pregnancy helps treat a cough, sore throat, flu, and cold effectively.

MAKES SKIN BEAUTIFUL and SMOOTH. Worrying about your skin? Wondering about having beautiful and smooth skin? Raspberries have the unique antioxidant content that repairs the damaged skin tissue. And not only! The antioxidant content present in RASPBERRIES enhance cell regeneration of bones, skin and blood vessels.

(2) Strawberry: how safe is to eat STRAWBERRY during pregnancy?

YES, you can eat STRAWBERRIES during pregnancy! These berries are so delicious and tempting! Strawberries are red–colored berries with many versions of the shape. These heart–shaped, oval–shaped, almond–shaped sparkling berries have a juicy texture and sweet scent.

Strawberry’s content includes vitamin C, potassium, folic acid, and fiber. Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Vitamin C, Folate, Vitamin A, antioxidants, including anthocyanins, ellagic acid, quercetin, and kaempferol.

REDUCES HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. Pregnancy is closely associated with the high blood pressure. Pregnancy–induced hypertension is undesirable to experience health–episode. If you suffer from HYPERTENSION, then you should eat STRAWBERRIES. Strawberries are rich in potassium and magnesium content and low in sodium content. Potassium and magnesium content reduce hypertension and NORMALIZE the blood pressure.

BOOSTS the IMMUNE SYSTEM. Vitamin C content present in strawberries boosts the immune system and helps in curing common cough and cold.

PREVENTS BIRTH DEFECTS. Strawberries are rich in folic acid. Folic acid content is essential for the growing fetus as it protects your fetus–dude or your fetus–lady against neural tube defects.

LOWERS THE RISK OF PREMATURE BIRTH. Folic acid content present in STRAWBERRIES reduces the risk of premature birth!

CONCLUSION: 

If you are the BERRY LOVER, it is tempting to have the berries in your smoothies and yogurt, onto your pancakes and waffles, in your cupcakes and cakes. But pregnancy is a special time and surely before you eat something or drink the juices, you would love to know is that safe both for you and your growing fetus or no. According to the research, all Pregnant Berry LOVERS can eat RASPBERRIES and STRAWBERRIES! IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC to these berries, DO NOT EAT or DRINK the juices prior to the blood tests and consultation with your doctor.

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