Nutritional Necessities

Now that you’re eating for two, you have double the reasons to stock up on your fruits and veggies.

We get it: you’re pregnant, and you want a big juicy burger. Or maybe lots of pie. Or fried chicken. And that’s totally fair…indulge a little, mama-to-be! But if there was ever a time to take a long, hard look at what’s going into your body, pregnancy is it. And guess what? What’s going into your body should be a lot more fruits and veggies. While your prenatal vitamin certainly has lots of great benefits, experts say they won’t necessarily meet 100% of expecting moms’ daily vitamin and mineral needs.

Kwany Lui and John Mascari founded Bundle Organics prenatal juices to bridge the gap, and to provide an extra bump of key vitamins and minerals for baby’s healthy development. “A healthy diet and good nutrition during pregnancy ensures that your baby gets the best start possible. After all, the food you eat is your baby’s main source of nutrition,” say the Bundle Organics founders.

The best diet for an expecting mom is packed with fruits and vegetables full of nutrients, vitamins, calcium and folic acid. Here, Lui and Mascari break down all the goodies you’ll find in the produce aisle and make the case for stocking up on six USDA organic fruits and veggies, any way you can.

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Jessica Pallay

Jessica Pallay

Jessica Pallay is Co-Founder and Editor of Well Rounded NY. She is a Brooklyn mama to Libby and Elsie, and writes about all things pregnancy and new motherhood.

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