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Nutrition Apps for pregnant women in primary care, key aspects for use

Author(s): Fernández Aranda, María Isabel

Pregnancy involves physiological adaptation of the body of women for normal fetal development. Key to this is an adequate nutritional intake for both shortcomings and excesses pose an additional risk that can have significant impact maternal (preeclampsia states and glycemic alterations) and fetal (macrosomías among others). New technologies and specifically mHealth allow us to better track the food of the mother by my high health nutritional value. Its controlled and guided by Nutritionists, Primary Care Physicians or Midwives makes them a great applications health utility, although they are still unresolved issues such as security and confidentiality of information handled and the refresh rate and quality of content use. The aim of this article is to define those key aspects to consider in the use of nutritional apps for weight of pregnant by a review of existing literature.

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  • Blood Glucose
  • Dietary Supplements
  • Cholesterol, Dehydration
  • Digestion
  • Electrolytes
  • Clinical Nutrition Studies
  • energy balance
  • Diet quality
  • Clinical Nutrition and Hospital Dietetics