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Weight Gain During Pregnancy

Weight gain during pregnancy is not always good, or healthy for the mother or the unborn baby, so it is important to control it, every week. For more effective control, this table is an effective

Weight Gain During Pregnancy

Weight gain during pregnancy is not always good, or healthy for the mother or the unborn baby, so it is important to control it, every week. For more effective control, this table is an effective weight aid.

 

Weight control is important for health reasons, for both the mother and the unborn child, and the difficulties that entail the loss after giving birth.

 

How can you gain weight during pregnancy? It is important that you control your weight gain during pregnancy, especially when that weight gain is linked to unhealthy habits, such as being inactive. It is important to follow a pattern of physical exercise or eat more caloric foods. As we know, during pregnancy you have to eat for two. That is, you must monitor your diet, make sure that you have all the necessary nutrients without gaining more weight than necessary. So that the weight does not pose a problem, you can control pregnancy week by week, thanks to a weight chart.

 

Weight gain  during pregnancy

Here’s the weight gain every week during pregnancy. The data indicate the minimum increase, increasing the average and the maximum increase in kilos:

 

Week 14: Minimum: 1.1. Average: 1.5. Maximum: 1.9.
Week 15: Minimum: 1.6. Media: 2. Maximum 2.4.
Week 16: Minimum: 1.9. Average: 2.3. Maximum: 2.8.
Week 17: Minimum: 2.2. Average: 2.8. Maximum: 3.4.
Week 18: Minimum: 2.5. Average: 2.8. Maximum: 3.4.
Week 19: Minimum: 3.2. Average: 3.7. Maximum: 4.5
Week 20: Minimum: 3.5. Average: 4.2. Maximum 5.
Week 21: Minimum: 3.9. Average: 4.7. Maximum: 5.6.
Week 22: Minimum: 4.2. Average: 5.2. Maximum: 6.2.
Week 23: Minimum: 4.6. Average: 5.7. Maximum: 6.9.
Week 24: Minimum: 4.9. Average: 6.1. Maximum: 7.4.
Week 25: Minimum: 5.3. Average: 6.6. Maximum 8.
Week 26: Minimum: 5.6. Average: 7. Maximum: 8.5.
Week 27: Minimum: 6.1. Average: 7.5. Maximum: 9.
Week 28: Minimum: 6.3. Average: 7.9. Maximum: 9.5.
Week 29: Minimum: 6.7. Average: 8.3. Maximum: 9.9.
Week 30: Minimum: 7.5. Average: 8.7. Maximum: 10.4.
Week 31: Minimum: 7.3. Media: 9. Maximum: 10.8.
Week 32: Minimum: 7.5. Average: 9.4. Maximum: 11.3.
Week 33: Minimum: 7.8. Average: 9.7. Maximum: 11, 7.
Week 34: Minimum: 8.1. Average: 10.1. Maximum: 12.1.
Week 35: Minimum: 8.4. Average: 10.5. Maximum: 12.6.
Week 36: Minimum: 8.6. Average: 10.8. Maximum: 13.
Week 37: Minimum: 9. 1.Average: 11.2. Maximum: 13.5.
Week 38: Minimum: 9.3. Average: 11.6. Maximum: 14.
Week 39: Minimum: 9.4. Average: 11.7. Maximum: 14.1.
Week 40: Minimum: 9.5. Average: 11.9. Maximum: 14.2.

 

 

Pregnancy diet tips

During pregnancy, at breakfast, you can have a cup of milk, 4-5 tablespoons of cereal with cornflakes or toast. You can also add breakfast fruit salad with yogurt and two graham crackers. As morning, as an appetizer, you can take a piece of fruit or yogurt, as well as the snack time. Before going to bed, it is advisable to take a glass of warm milk to rest better.

 

The menu of pregnancy diet should be light, but varied. For example, for food, you can have pasta with tomato sauce, salad, and grilled zucchini. You can switch over pasta with peas or salad with cheese. For dinner, baked chicken thighs boiled beets and wheat bread, or eggs with steamed spinach and whole wheat bread.

 

You must always follow with your gynecologist on your weight and avoid gaining too much, both your health and the difficulties you will have to lose the weight gained after delivery. Overall, this is the weight you should gain during pregnancy.

 

First quarter: 1.5 to 2 kilos (500 grams per month).
Second quarter: 4.5 to 5.5 kilos (350 to 450 grams per week).
Third quarter: 2.5 to 3.5 kilos (200 to 300 grams per week).

 

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