Struggling to eat meat

Discussion in 'Second Trimester' started by Debh09, Jul 15, 2016.

  1. Debh09

    Debh09 Active Member

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    For some weird reason when trying to eat meat I'm struggling and seeks to take ages to eat. It's like a real effort to eat it. I've been ok with smaller pieces of it like minced beef. Feel like I am force feeding myself when I do eat meat. I like to try and have the right meats etc. Too for the right protein etc. Trying to figure out other options for food. I keep trying chicken but it's a struggle, ok with fish. The heavier meats I find are a struggle to eat. It's a bit like the nausea I had in first trimester but that was with any food pretty much then. Any one else had this? Trying to have balanced meals but it's a struggle at the moment.
     
  2. kat.

    kat. Well-Known Member

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    Iv been like this all way through can't stand the thought of it being on my plate or even cooking it but ok with fish xx
     
  3. fcroxy

    fcroxy Well-Known Member

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    I have hardly eaten meat throughout this pregnancy. I have eaten any cold meats like ham or chicken since being pregnant and cooked meat on my plate is a struggle too, after a few mouthfuls I cant eat anymore x
     
  4. Phoenix85

    Phoenix85 Well-Known Member

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    I'm vegetarian, lol.

    You don't need meat for protein. Green leafy veg like spinach, broccoli etc, pulses & beans, hummus, nuts & nut butters are all high in protein. Eggs and cheese too.
     
  5. Slb24

    Slb24 Well-Known Member

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    Veggie here too. Like Phoenix said just increase the other foods.

    Quorn has protein in as well if you can stomach it? Xx


     

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