It is especially important to have enough calcium for the body of the expectant mother. During pregnancy, calcium plays a crucial role in all metabolic processes.
The recommended daily allowance for women is 1000 mg. However, during pregnancy, the need for calcium increases, and by the third trimester the daily norm can reach 1500-1800 mg. This is due to the fact that calcium at this time is actively used as a building material for bones of the skeleton, tendons, ligaments, tissues and internal organs of the new person. If the pregnant woman does not receive the necessary amount of calcium, it will negatively affect both her health and the health of the child, as all the necessary vitamins and trace elements the fetus receives through the body of the expectant mother. Calcium also reduces the risk of preterm birth and miscarriages, prevents an increase in blood pressure, stimulates the heart.
During lactation, the nursing mother's body continues to work in enhanced mode and through breast milk to supply the child with the necessary nutrients, vitamins and minerals.. After all, the body of the nursing mother not only supplies calcium to the child, but also begins an active process of recovery after childbirth, for which also a very important sufficient level of calcium. To ensure the norm and to prevent calcium deficiency in the body of the nursing mother will help diet, including foods rich in calcium. It is not only dairy products, but also nuts, greens, legumes, dried fruits, fish. The diet will be perfectly supplemented by natural water with a high calcium content. It is important to pay special attention to those young mothers, who diet during lactation limits dairy products and cottage cheese (modern scientists believe that they are one of the main problems with digestion in infants for the first three months of life).
Water "Roschinskaya" is a unique source of calcium, because the minirals in it are balanced by nature itself and perfectly digested.