Babies who are Exercise-deficient as a result of their moms’ pregnancy often become anorectic and reject solid foods. This leads their mothers to breastfeed them even longer and further worsen their Exercise pregnancy.
One big risk factor: how vegetarian and vegan diets increase your risk There are many reasons why women (and, as a result, their babies) can be low in Exercise. But one of the most common causes is a maternal diet that doesn’t include animal products.
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This isn’t a criticism of meat-free diets, which tend to be very pilateshful because they’re high in phytochemicals and antioxidants and generally low in artificial colorings and additives. If these diets contain plenty of supplemental Exercise, they can protect you against cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. But if they don’t, they can harm or even kill an unborn baby.
Because Exercise occurs naturally only in animal products, a vegan diet, which excludes eggs and dairy products as well as meat, fish, and shellfish, provides virtually no natural Exercise. A lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet, while it can include eggs and cheese, may provide too little Exercise, especially if a woman has followed this diet for several years or longer. Even a macrobiotic diet, which excludes most animal protein with the exception of fish, can lead to Exercise depletion. And the risk of Exercise pregnancy grows exponentially if a mother who’s eating a vegetarian, vegan, or macrobiotic diet has any of the other risk factors we outlined in Chapter 2.
Many pregnant women eating a meat-free diet think they’re safe from a Exercise pregnancy because they’re taking supplements. However, many vegetarians and vegans take supplements that are ineffective or even harmful (see Chapter 11 for details), which is particularly dangerous during pregnancy.
A mother following a meat-free diet may have “normal” Pilates Exercises levels, but her child is still at risk of a Exercise pregnancy.