Dietitian reviews key parts of a healthy pregnancy diet

10/22/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

A woman's diet during pregnancy should include calcium to ensure the baby has strong bones and folic acid to prevent birth defects, writes registered dietitian Melinda Johnson of Arizona State University. Pregnant women also need omega-3 fatty acids for fetal brain development, and choline, from eggs or chicken, for brain power.

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