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Las Vitaminas Prenatales

Las Vitaminas Prenatales

Las vitaminas prenatales consisten de una variedad de vitaminas y minerales que ayudan al bebé obtener los nutrientes que son esenciales para un desarrollo saludable. Durante el embarazo, los requerimientos de ingesta diaria de una mujer de ciertos nutrientes, como ácido fólico (folato), calcio y hierro aumentarán. Las vitaminas y minerales como el hierro, calcio y ácido fólico son vitales para el crecimiento adecuado del feto, el desarrollo y la vida saludable de adulto.

Para ayudar a aumentar sus posibilidades de crear un ambiente sano y nutritivo en el que su bebé puede desarrollar, es importante que usted establezca una rutina de dieta y ejercicio bien balanceada antes de quedar embarazada. Si opta por complementar su dieta con vitaminas prenatales, asegúrese de mantener un registro de las cantidades diarias que usted toma y deje que su proveedor de atención médica.

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Combinaciones de vitaminas prenatales pueden variar dependiendo del enfoque nutricional. Por ejemplo, algunos fabricantes crearán multivitaminas que tienen una mayor cantidad de hierro que de costumbre, dirigidos a las mujeres que son propensas a la anemia por deficiencia de hierro.

Mientras que ciertas multivitaminas prenatales están disponibles únicamente por prescripción médica, muchas de ellos están disponibles en el mostrador. Tenga en cuenta que es posible poner en peligro (o en su propio) la salud de su bebé tomando cantidades inadecuadas de vitaminas sintéticas, así que asegúrese de que su proveedor de atención médica está al tanto de cualquier suplemento que esté tomando.

Evite tomando varios suplementos diferentes a menos que bajo la supervisión de un profesional de la salud; en cambio tome una multivitamina que incluye una variedad de nutrientes necesarios en una sola dosis. La combinación de suplementos (como tomar un suplemento de ácido fólico junto con su multivitamína, etc.) pueden causar problemas porque se corre el riesgo de una sobredosis de un nutriente en particular.

Tomando más de 100% de la dosis diaria recomendada de cualquier nutriente debe evitarse durante el embarazo a menos que bajo la dirección de su médico. Si su dieta diaria típica consiste de alimentos no procesados, frutas, una colorida variedad de verduras, granos integrales, lentejas, y un montón de agua, entonces es probable que tenga suficientes vitaminas y minerales ya en su cuerpo.

Mientras que usted está comiendo una dieta bien equilibrada, no es necesario temer una sobredosis de nutrientes que se encuentran naturalmente en los alimentos (aunque algunos estudios han mostrado síntomas de toxicidad después de gran consumo de órganos de animales, como el hígado). Sin embargo, los suplementos-vitaminas sintéticas y minerales-son una historia diferente. Esas contienen dosis mas altas en forma concentrada, que puede ser peligroso si se toma en cantidades inadecuadas.

Siempre hágale saber al médico qué vitaminas prenatales se está tomando. Considere tomando sus botellas de suplementos con usted a su primera visita prenatal. Las vitaminas prenatales pueden ser formas útiles de la inclusión de nutrientes vitales en sus comidas diarias. Las vitaminas y los minerales son esenciales para el desarrollo saludable de su bebé, así como su propia salud física.

Asegúrese de hablar con su doctor sobre la nutrición antes de concebir si usted está planeando quedar embarazada en un futuro cercano, o tan pronto como sepa que está embarazada.

Last Updated: 07/2015

 

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