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Dr. Stevie DeJuan Springer talks about foods to eat, avoid after a miscarriage

Ten to 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriages. They usually occur before the 20th week of pregnancy, most happen in the first three months.

During this very difficult time, women need to take extra care to support their mental and physical well-being. Wise and Well with Dr. Stevie DeJuan Springer has some helpful tips for women. Dr. DeJuan Springer suggests eating things with a lot of iron and Vitamin C to prepare your bones for the next pregnancy. Tomatoes are also high in nutrients and help provide nutrients to our bodies. Dr. Stevie DeJuan Springer also says that our bodies are naturally designed to heal on their own, we just have to make sure that we are giving them that extra push.

Foods to eat after a miscarriage

  • Foods high in Vitamin C
  • Iron-rich food
  • Protein source
  • Whole fruits and veggies
  • Whole Grains
  • Water with fruit
  • Herbal tea
  • Pasteurized non-homogenized milk
  • Fermented drinks like kombucha

Foods to avoid after miscarriage

  • Low fiber starches
  • Sugary sweets
  • Fatty meats
  • Trans fatty foods

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