Interior Home Decor Ideas

Interior Home Decor Ideas

The only accent colors in the room are the reds and greens of throw pillows and potted plants. A collection of boxes, large and small, are utilized both as end tables and as accessories.

Pale ceramic tile is contrasted with deeper-toned vinyl-covered wallpaper in bathroom above. To provide warmth, cabinet froptg* and accessories are in a rich wood finish.

Bathroom below has exactly the opposite theme. Here, a white-grouted black ceramic tile is teamed with a delicate floral paper wallpaper print with a white back-surfaces are in a white by American Olean.

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I will give several examples of folate foods in later chapters but for now, here is an example of a combination of four simple foods that will provide you with 600 micrograms of folate: % cup of lentils: 268 micrograms 1 cup of boiled asparagus: 262 micrograms V cup of avocado: 55 micrograms V cup of strawberries: 20 micrograms Since 600 micrograms of folic acid can be easy to find in prenatal vitamins as opposed to preparing foods like the ones mentioned above, you may be wondering why I am discussing the possibility of not taking prenatal vitamins since it is mainstream consensus that supplement intake is standard protocol for prenatal health. In reality, obtaining nutrients from real food as opposed to synthetic vitamins is ideal for the human body, especially the pregnant human body. If one truly has a poor diet and is not willing to make any adjustments then yes, a prenatal vitamin may be imperative, but if one consumes folate-rich foods like the selections above then the folic acid in a prenatal vitamin may be unnecessary. I found out I was pregnant on December 11, 2014, and my doctor estimated that we conceived around November 10, 2014. She asked me if I had been taking any prenatal vitamins and my reply was that I had not since I did not even realize I was pregnant.

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