Is it normal to have an aversion to vegetables during the first trimester?

Is it normal to have an aversion to vegetables during the first trimester?

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Yes. Many pregnant women have an adverse reaction to certain foods, including vegetables, during the first trimester. This will probably subside when you're between 13 and 17 weeks pregnant.

In the meantime, drinking pure vegetable juice is one way to get the same vitamins in a form that's more palatable. You may also want to eat more fruit, since many kinds of fruit contain the same vitamins and minerals found in vegetables.

While food sources are the best way to get the nutrients and fiber you need, a prenatal vitamin supplement is good insurance. Talk with your healthcare provider about your eating habits and which vitamin supplements might be best for you.

Try not to worry about what you haven't been able to stomach. The best thing you can do for your baby is to eat as healthily as you can and to take an appropriate vitamin supplement.


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