When pregnant women start consuming edible bird’s nest at 2-3 months before pregnancy until childbirth, not only will this strengthen the mother physically, but also benefits her future newborns, with more beautiful skin, and less likely to get sick. For postpartum women, a bird’s nest is the best natural nutritional food to relieve fatigue from feeding their babies and restoring to her slender posture to pre-pregnancy. Bird’s nest has a mild character, lighter in taste, which is easier to absorb by women during and post-pregnancy.
Facts have shown that pregnant women generally eat very little due to morning sickness and other causes early in pregnancy, and relatively speaking it will greatly affect nutrient intake and absorption. By consuming about 4-5 grams of dried edible bird’s nest a day, the amount of its nutritional value may be greater than or equal to the nutritional value that pregnant women usually take in three meals a day, and this has an obvious effect on reducing morning sickness.
The first 3 months of pregnancy are the most critical period for the growth and development of the fetal nervous system and its various organs. The bird’s nest contains up to 10% of the biologically active ingredient, “Neuraminic acid” – “Bird’s nest acid”, an important ingredient necessary for the human body, “Bird’s Nest Acid” is an essential component of the fetal brain development and perfect immune system, can promote the transmission rate brain nerve cell information and improve memory. The valuable ingredient “Bird’s Nest Acid” is found only in the maternal colostrum and in the bird’s nest.
At six months, your baby begins to grow rapidly and nutrient requirements are at their peak. The abundance of protein and trace elements in a bird’s nest can meet your baby’s growth needs. One person’s consumption benefits two!