The late-stage diet should be a combination of meat and vegetables. The physiological metabolism of pregnant mothers is different from that of ordinary people. In order to adapt to this series of changes, pregnant mothers will have different nutritional needs. In the third trimester of pregnancy, that is, after 7 months, the weight of the fetus increases rapidly. If the nutrition cannot keep up, pregnant mothers often suffer from complications such as anemia, edema, and hypertension. During this period, pregnant mothers need to replenish qi, nourish blood, and nourish yin. The total increase in nutrition is 20% to 40% of that before pregnancy. In order to achieve the above standards, pregnant mothers in the third trimester must pay attention to a balanced diet. Plant foods, what we call vegetarian foods, generally contain more vitamins, but these foods generally lack a nutrient called taurine. Humans need to absorb a certain amount of taurine from the outside world to maintain normal physiological functions. Taurine has an important impact on children\’s vision. If there is a lack of taurine, children\’s electroretinogram examination will be abnormal. Most animal foods contain taurine. To ensure adequate intake of taurine, you should eat some animal foods. Therefore, the food types that pregnant mothers eat should be diverse, with a mix of meat and vegetables, coarse and fine grains, and staple and non-staple foods, and this mix should be appropriate. Non-staple foods can be chosen: milk, eggs, soy products, poultry, lean meats, fish, shrimp, fruits and vegetables. All in all, pregnant mothers should not be picky eaters; they should also supplement iron appropriately to prevent anemia; supplementing calcium, phosphorus, etc. can help the development of fetal bones and brain tissue. To supplement calcium, you can often eat milk, soy products, bone soup and shrimp skin. Pregnant mothers should not consume glutinous rice liqueur. Some places have the habit of giving glutinous rice liqueur to pregnant mothers. It is believed to have the effect of replenishing the mother\’s body and strengthening the fetus. In fact, glutinous rice liqueur is also wine and contains alcohol. Eating glutinous rice liqueur is the same as drinking alcohol, except that the alcohol concentration of glutinous rice liqueur is lower than that of ordinary wine. But even if it contains only trace amounts of alcohol, it can pass through the mother\’s body and enter the fetus. Related reading: Symptoms of pregnancy in the 29th week: Fetal movements begin to occur frequently. For the mother, the functional burden on the liver and kidneys increases during pregnancy, and alcohol in the body is mainly degraded by the liver and excreted by the kidneys. Ingesting alcohol during pregnancy will undoubtedly increase the burden on the liver and kidneys. Furthermore, alcohol is harmful to the nervous and cardiovascular systems of pregnant mothers. Although glutinous rice liqueur only contains a small amount of alcohol, it can also cause damage to pregnant mothers and fetuses. Therefore, pregnant mothers should not consume glutinous rice liqueur. Mutton and winter melon soup recommended by nutritionists: Ingredients: 100 grams of mutton slices, 300 grams of winter melon. Seasoning: Vegetable oil, sesame oil, minced green onion, minced ginger, salt, and chicken essence. 1. Peel and flesh the winter melon, wash and cut into thin slices. Mix the mutton slices with salt, chicken essence, minced green onion and minced ginger and marinate for 5 minutes. 2. Heat the oil in the pot, add the winter melon and stir-fry briefly, add an appropriate amount of water, cover and bring to a boil. 3. Add the marinated mutton slices to the boiling pot and add sesame oil after cooking. Nutritional comments: Mutton is sweet and warm, and has the effects of replenishing deficiency and dispelling cold, warming qi and blood, appetizing and strengthening the body. Winter melon is cold in nature and sweet in taste. It has a good diuretic and swelling effect. It has certain curative effect on pregnant mothers who suffer from edema and short and red urine in late pregnancy.