fresh vegetables. whole-grain breads, crackers, and cereals. baked potatoes (with skins on) dried beans and peas.
- lean meat.
- fish and seafood.
- tofu and soy products (soy pasta, edamame)
- beans, lentils, split peas.
What can I take for energy while pregnant?
Stick to high fiber carbohydrates (whole grains, starchy vegetables, fruit) and minimize sweets and refined grains. Avoid caffeine in the afternoon. Drink plenty of fluids including water and Boost It Up!™ caffeine free protein energy drink. Reduce stress.
How can I get more energy in my first trimester?
Getting through the Exhaustion of Your First Trimester
- Maximize the Good Hours: Exhaustion hits hard, but not usually all day long.
- Lengthen Your Sleep Schedule: For some women, getting ten or eleven hours of shuteye, instead of seven or eight, is enough to make the daytime hours much more productive.
- Take a Nap: Many find naps to be effective in warding off major fatigue.
How can I stop being so tired during pregnancy?
Eat a Balanced Diet– Eating nutritious meals will go a long way toward supporting your energy levels. Make sure you get enough iron, protein, and calories. Fatigue can become worse if you are not getting the proper nutrients. Also, you will need to ensure you stay hydrated during your pregnancy.
What foods give you energy during pregnancy?
Here are 10 of our favorites.
- Eggs. At just 78 calories and 6 grams of protein, the egg is a protein powerhouse.
- Oatmeal. Loaded with stress-reducing B vitamins and soluble fiber, oatmeal is the perfect choice for an energy boost.
- Trail mix.