6 of the best foods to eat while pregnant

Salmon is a really terrific source of Omega 3 fatty acids which are great for the development of your baby's brain and eyes. It also is packed full of protein and B vitamins and is relatively low in mercury. Try it in a salad or have it grilled. You can eat up to 12 ounces of low in mercury fish per week during pregnancy.
Eggs are a wonderful source of protein that are rich in amino acids and they also contain lots of vitamins and minerals that are good for you and baby's development. It's important to avoid eating raw or undercooked eggs during pregnancy.
Blackberries, raspberies and blueberries not only make a delicious snack but they're also rich in vitamin C, potassium and fibre.
Low-fat yoghurt
A serving of plain, low fat yogurt contains more calcium than milk and doesn't have as much sugar as flavoured yoghurts. It's also great when added to cereal or fruit salad.
Whole-grain breads and cereals that are enriched with folic acid and iron also contain more fibre than white breads and cereals. Where possible try to work them into your daily diet by opting for whole-wheat pasta, rice and bread. 
Chick peas, kidney beans, butter beans, black beans and lentils are all terrific sources of protein and fibre and they also are high in iron, folate, calcium and zinc. Add them to stews, soups, casseroles and salads.
1 6