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Time For Mommies To “Go NUTS”!

by Go Nuts
Time For Mommies To “Go NUTS”!


Being pregnant is indeed an unparalleled feeling! As exciting as conceiving sounds, creating and carrying a new life within you demands a lot of patience and perseverance. Frequent mood swings, body aches, muscle cramps, morning sickness, fatigue, digestion issues, thinning of the hair - there is an endless list of things happening to an expecting or a new mother’s body and mind. Maintaining a healthy diet is crucial for maintaining the health and well-being of the mommy and the little one.  

Nuts are nature’s blessing in the guise of a superfood for mommies. Let’s see what makes them such an essential component in a mommy’s diet.


Considered as the King of nuts, walnuts are abundant in omega 3 fatty acids which help reduce the oxidative stress in the mother’s brain. Resultantly, this facilitates the healthy development of brain activity in the baby. Vitamin E present in walnuts, in the form of gamma-tocopherol, is a unique antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. Walnuts are also a fairly rich source of fiber, magnesium, copper, manganese, calcium, iron, zinc, and selenium. The alpha-linolenic acid present in these nuts promotes healthy fetal development. Some of the other significant benefits of walnuts are -  

  • High in neuroprotective compounds like vitamin E, melatonin, folate, and another important omega 3 fatty acids, walnuts benefit cognitive functioning and have been linked to better brain functioning in newborns in multiple studies. 

  • During their third trimester, pregnant women are highly susceptible to high blood pressure. Walnuts keep cholesterol levels under control and offer protective benefits to the heart. 

  • It helps promote a good microbiota in the gut bringing an end to problems like indigestion, acid reflux, and flatulence. 


Women need to take special care of their nutrition during pregnancy. Among nuts, almonds provide essential proteins, fats, and vitamins required for the proper development of the baby in each trimester. Almonds are power-packed with a mix of nutrients such as iron, folic acid, calcium, and fiber. 

These nuts play a vital role in boosting a baby’s immunity and heart development. Aiding in healthy oxygenation from the mother to the child. Almonds help pregnant women cope up with tiredness and fatigue. Well-known for sharpening memory, this nut also helps maintain a healthy weight. Eating almonds regularly gives you glowing and radiant skin due to its rich content of Vitamin E. Almonds contain magnesium which helps strengthen the baby’s bones and teeth. They provide the expectant mother with other benefits like: 

  • Regulating insulin and blood pressure levels

  • Stimulating enzyme system

  • Preventing pre-eclampsia and poor fetal growth

  • Sustaining baby’s growing heart, immune system, brain, and eyes

  • Aiding the neurological development of the fetus

  • Preventing gestational diabetes

  • Reducing oxidative stress and inflammation in the mother 


Studies have concluded that when a mommy-to-be eats nuts during her pregnancy, it reduces the risk of the child being allergic to nuts. You’re building up your unborn baby’s resistance to the allergen by consuming nuts. Isn’t that amazing? They’ll thank you later when they get to munch on the yummy snacks from Go Nuts !! in between classes. 

Being a rich source of macronutrients, cashews contain essential carbohydrates and fibers which reduce the cholesterol level in the mother’s body, alongside fighting constipation. They are also equipped with anti-bacterial properties that help fight infections. Additional benefits that cashews provide during pregnancy are: 

  • Pregnant women experience higher levels of risk of anemia. Pregnancy demands more iron intake. This need of the female body can be met by consuming cashews regularly as they help fight anemia.

  • Being rich in copper, cashews accelerate the development of fetal blood cells, the nervous system, and the heart.

  • The magnesium found in these nuts promotes the muscle health of pregnant women by providing calcium. They also shield women from fatigue, blood pressure, and migraine.

  • Cashews are an excellent source of vitamin K which ensures the proper coagulation of blood. Consuming cashews daily can reduce the risk of fatal bleeding during delivery. 

At Go Nuts!!, a variety of these nuts are available in numerous flavors. If you’re expecting a little one soon, include these premium, hand-picked beneficial nuts from our store, in your diet. Our variety also includes Mamra Almonds, which is popularly consumed by pregnant women and children for its well known nutritional benefits. Our health mixes and gift boxes also make for a great gifting option to someone who is looking forward to welcoming a new member of the family. Explore our wide range of offerings for more healthy pregnancy munching options.