TOC. In the first trimester when nausea and vomiting is common, eating something can make all the difference to how you feel. When I was pregnant, I didn't crave so much meat as endless fresh vegetables (luckily my first trimester was in the summer, so there were lots to choose from!). In case you missed the announcement, I am pregnant with baby number EIGHT!As much as I can, I aim to have a natural pregnancy and birth each time. Healthy Snacks Recipes for Pregnant Women: The snacks recipes for pregnant women mentioned here meets the essential pregnancy nutrition requirements, are easy to assemble and clock in just 200-300 calories a day. To help you include sufficient amounts of protein in your daily diet, here are several protein-rich recipes for the first trimester of pregnancy: Breakfast recipes for the first trimester of pregnancy: You'll still need to take a folic acid supplement, even if you eat plenty of folate-rich foods. The amount of protein needed in the first trimester of pregnancy depends on your weight, but it varies between 40-70 grams of protein per day. In planner four, you'll find iron-rich meals. As long as they’re not for inedible foods (Pica) there is often a biological reason for pregnancy cravings. Our first trimester planners have dishes that are rich in folate, which is great for your baby's developing nervous system.It also has foods that contain vitamin B6, which may help ease nausea. Give in to cravings if you’re having them. There is no proven, safe intake level for pregnant women. Some may experience nausea, vomiting, stomachache, gas, and constipation. If you're feeling queasy, foods rich in vitamin B6 may help with morning sickness. Very simply prepared food like a baked potato was also enormously satisfying to me. The beef pilaf is an extremely healthy and tasty dish to relish during pregnancy. Iron helps your blood move oxygen around your body. It’s essential in pregnancy, as your blood volume increases. Give up alcohol. And the best of all they are tasty too. To help out all the new soon-to-be moms, I put together this list of my top first trimester must haves for a natural pregnancy. Drinking smoothies is a great way to combat all those symptoms. Our first-trimester planners have dishes that are rich in folate, which is great for your baby's developing nervous system.It also includes foods that contain vitamin B6, which may help ease nausea. Consuming protein-rich milkshakes during pregnancy. Pregnant women should consume at least 400 mcg of folic acid a day. First Trimester. Lack of energy, fatigue and sleepiness are also very common during the first trimester.. Consuming enough folic acid during this time is very important to prevent birth defects. Constant nausea and vomiting are the most common and the most unpleasant conditions of the first pregnancy period. In your first trimester you need plenty of folate-rich foods. The first trimester of pregnancy is, more often than not, pretty difficult for women. Tip: Keep dry crackers by your bed to nibble on if you feel queasy when you wake up. In planner four you'll also find iron-rich meals.