Top

Pregnancy Center

Pregnancy is that wonderful period in a woman’s life when she spends each and every day in pleasant anticipation, waiting to hold her bundle of joy in her arms at the end of the ninth month. Everything feels rosy and she enjoys every bit of pampering that she gets from her husband, in-laws, and parents. Every woman hopes for a normal pregnancy and normal delivery so that she can cradle and nurse a healthy baby. There is a lot of information everywhere, but we provide the same logically and simplistically for the benefit of the mothers-to-be. Knowing the do’s and don’ts of pregnancy can empower a woman with the ability to stay in control all the time and to experience the transition to motherhood without any untoward incidents. So, just sit back, relax, and browse through these pages of wisdom. Get your husband to read them too. After all, even he has the right to cherish every moment on his way to fatherhood!

 
 
 
 
how much R d a OF VITAMIN E AND WHICH PEOPLE CAN GET IT WHICH IS NOT
(Speciality: Doctor)
 
Kindly specify your query regarding vitamin E whether you meant to ask about the recommended daily dose of vitamin E and it’s sources or it’s deficiency. Still to help you: Vitamin E functions solely as a membrane-bound antioxidant that prevents cell membrane damage, increases the bioavailability of vitamin A by inhibiting its intestinal oxidation, is important in the formation of red blood cells and helps the body to use vitamin K, plays a key role in preventing cellular injury from oxidative stress associated with premature aging, cataracts, uncontrolled diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and infection Daily requirement in males – 30 mg/day or 12-15 IU/day Daily requirement in females–25-30 mg/day or 10-12 IU/day In pregnancy +5mg In lactation +5mg Deficiency of vitamin E leads to: anemia (haemoglobin deficiency), nocturnal muscle cramp and infertility. Plant sources: Vegetable Oils (Canola, Corn, Sunflower, Soybean, Cottonseed), Nuts (Almonds, Peanuts, Hazel Nuts), Seeds, Spinach, Whole Grains, Wheat, Lettuce, Maize, Peas, Germinating Cereals, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Grapes, Avocado, Oats Animal Sources: Meat, Liver, Poultry, Egg Yolk, Milk, Butter

< >
 
Bottom


Forgot password?