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0:35 The potential causes of a miscarriage
1:46 Foods that potentially prevent miscarriage
3:37 The best ways to get prenatal vitamins
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In this video, we’re going to talk about the best foods that can potentially help you avoid a miscarriage.
Keep in mind that there are no studies on this. Research on prenatal vitamins shows that they do not prevent a miscarriage. I believe the reason for this is because if your diet isn’t correct going into a pregnancy, synthetic vitamins aren’t enough to restore nutritional balance.
It’s important to prepare your body ahead of time with nutritional foods.
80% of miscarriages happen in the first trimester. The cause of a miscarriage can be due to genetics or epigenetics. Epigenetics can be influenced by nutrients, stress levels, and other lifestyle factors.
Other potential causes of a miscarriage include:
• Ectopic pregnancy
• Chronic health issues (like diabetes, autoimmune disease, or high blood pressure)
• High caffeine
• Problems with the umbilical cord
• Mercury and other chemicals
The best things you can do to potentially prevent a miscarriage include:
• Cut out carbs (go keto)
• Lower your diary
• Go organic
• Increase healthy fats
• Consume lots of leafy greens
Instead of taking a synthetic vitamin prenatal, make sure you take a natural food-based prenatal.
Here are ways you can get different nutrients:
• Folic acid: dark leafy greens
• Vitamin D: Sunlight, cod liver oil
• Vitamin C: Vegetables
• Vitamin E: Seeds, nuts
• Omega 3s: Fatty fish
• Trace minerals: Seafood
• Vitamin B3: Turkey, tuna
• Amino acids: Eggs, fish
• Fats: Grass-fed butter, olives, olive oil, cod liver oil
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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped explain the best foods that may potentially help prevent a miscarriage. I’ll see you in the next video.
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