Fight Maternal Nutrient Deficiency

This photo was taken 3 years ago, a few weeks before I gave birth to our daughter Natacia. 🤰🏻 Pregnancy taught me to embrace a healthy diet (or at least try). Nutrition is very important for a soon to be mom. Whatever I ate affected not only my health but also my baby’s development. Every time I was tempted to eat unhealthy food, I reminded myself that the food I eat was also my baby’s source of nourishment.
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Since I wanted to be more confident that my baby and I were getting the right amount of nutrients, I listened to my OB’s recommendations to take supplements and drink maternal milk. So though I wasn’t a fan of milk, I regularly drank Anmum during pregnancy. 🥛 Syempre lahat gagawin for baby! 👶 Good thing there were Chocolate and Mocha Latte flavors! 😍 In addition to a healthy diet, Anmum helped me receive enough nutrients like Calcium, Folate, Iron, Zinc, Iodine. Anmum also provides pregnant women with GA and DHA that help support baby’s healthy brain development.
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Looking back, I have no regrets in being extra conscious with my nutrition during pregnancy. Looking at my healthy toddler now, I am thankful that I did everything to fight maternal nutrient deficiency when I was pregnant. That’s why I am now encouraging all moms to join the #FightMaternalNutrientDeficiency movement. Let’s remind all pregnant women about the importance of nutrition during pregnancy. Join this online movement by sharing your pregnancy photo and inserting a purple heart on it or in the caption.  #MumsagainstMND 💜

 

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