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You should avoid eating some raw or partially cooked eggs, as there is a risk of salmonella.
Eggs produced under the British Lion Code of Practice are safe for pregnant women to eat raw or partially cooked, as they come from flocks that have been vaccinated against salmonella.
Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables because these provide vitamins and minerals, as well as fibre, which helps digestion and can help prevent constipation.
Try to eat two portions of fish a week, one of which should be oily fish such as salmon, sardines or mackerel.Instead of refined starchy (white) food, choose wholegrain or higher fibre options such as whole wheat pasta, brown rice or simply leaving the skins on potatoes.Choose lean meat, remove the skin from poultry, and try not to add extra fat or oil when cooking meat. Make sure poultry, burgers, sausages and whole cuts of meat such as lamb, beef and pork are cooked all the way through.Eating healthily often means just changing the amounts of different foods you eat so that your diet is varied, rather than cutting out all your favourites.You can use the Eatwell Guide to get the balance of your diet right.