Watermelon to prevent dehydration in pregnant women

By:Namrata Dutta, Onlymyhealth Editorial Team,Date:Apr 06, 2016

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The most cherished yet the most crucial period of a woman’s life is when she is pregnant. Women are supposed to be very cautious about what they eat, what they drink. Indeed, pregnancy is the time when women should be taking care of their diet. Now, watermelon is something that can benefit a pregnant woman in more ways than you can even imagine.
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    A Perfect cure to morning sickness

    Morning sickness is one of the most common conditions in pregnancy. Every pregnant woman suffers morning sickness during pregnancy and watermelon provides the much needed refreshing kick.

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    It has cleansing effect

    Watermelon provides cleaning effect in the body. The excess water content that water melon has helps to keep the body clean in pregnancy.

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    An ease to dehydration

    Again, the water content of watermelon helps to keep people hydrated. Proper hydration is important for a pregnant woman as hydration helps avoid contraction during labor and any major complications.

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    The right amount of glucose

    The amount of glucose that a pregnant woman will need during the pregnancy period is satisfied by Watermelon. Indeed this is one fruit that is a great source of Glucose.

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    Abundance of Vitamins

    Watermelon is rich in Vitamin A, C, B6 and Vitamin B1. Pregnancy days are the days when a woman needs to suffice the need of Vitamins and other nutrients as much as possible and watermelon helps suffice the requirement of Vitamins.

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