Being pregnant is a joyous experience, although you can be bombarded with information on what to eat to ensure you are getting adequate vitamins and minerals. 
So what to you need to know about pregnancy diets? The following list will ensure you get adequte nutrients and feel good:
Berries are packed with fibre making them perfect for when you are feeling constipated.
Sweet potatoes
These tasty fruits are packed full of Vitamin C and fibre making them great for pregnant ladies. They are also very versatile and can be used in many different dishes.
Make sure you eat plenty of fruit to ensure you are getting a wide variety of essential minerals and vitamins.
Walnuts are a great source of Omega-3 but they are also packed full of protein and fibre. Pop a bag of the nuts into your handbag so that you will be able to nibble on them throughout the day.
Eggs are a great source of protein but you need to be sure they are thoroughly cooked – no runny eggs for breakfast.
Like eggs, quinoa is high in protein and is a great substitute for rice or pasta.
Not only are they a good source of fibre to ease constipation they are also great at relieving heartburn.
Beans are another great source of fibre which will help keep you regular. Make sure you always have a tin in your cupboard.
Ginger tea
While ginger tea is technically a drink, ginger in general is perfect for easing morning sickness or nauseous feelings throughout the day.
It is important you keep your iron levels up during pregnancy to fend off fatigue and help your baby’s blood development. Spinach is packed full of iron and is perfect served with your beans.
Another protein source, it also contains the water-soluble nutrient choline,  
Beef works in the same way as the pork as it also contains choline and protein. Choose a cut that is at least 95% fat-free.
It is important you consume a wide variety of foods throughout your pregnancy and always talk to your doctor if you have any questions about your diet.