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Objective: Gestational diabetes mellitus is the most common metabolic and endocrine perinatal complication and is a growing health problem worldwide. Considering the fetal programming and its contribution as one of the evolutionary origins of human diseases, it is very important to improve the glucose metabolism in pregnant women, determination of other nutrients, preventing excessive accumulation of fetal fats, emphasis on weight loss measures before pregnancy, dietary intake with low-fat healthy food and prevention of abundant weight loss. In this paper, we have provided a brief review on dietary intake and dietary interventions in GDM from the perspective of nutrition science attending the physiopathology and etiology of the disease. All available articles cross-sectional, descriptive-analytic, and clinical studies with desirable design and review quality studies were used. Reference books including Krause’s Food and the Nutrition Care, The Williams Obstetrics editions of the 14 th and the 24 th edition were also reviewed. Results: Nutrition therapy and physical activity are the initial treatment of GDM.
If you become pregnant again, you are at higher risk of having gestational diabetes again. You should be screened for diabetes before becoming pregnant again to make sure that your blood glucose is at a safe level, and as soon as you become pregnant you will need to monitor your blood glucose levels. You are at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes in later life. This risk is highest in the four-to-five years after your gestational diabetes. But there is a lot you can do to reduce these risks.