Make sure you have enough iron in your diet - Iron & folic acid are important for your energy needs and contribute to healthy blood formation for you and your baby. Iron can be derived from green leafy vegetables, cereals, pulses, beans, eggs etc. (Also read : 10 super iron rich foods during pregnancy)
Include folic acid - Folic acid is important since it prevents neural tube defects for the baby. Rich sources include orange juice, strawberries, spinach etc.
Eat foods with a lot of fiber - It prevents constipation and eases your digestion.
Have adequate amount of protein in your diet. Protein helps in fetal growth and maintaining a healthy birth weight for the baby. This can be derived from dairy, pulses, legumes, puts, seeds, eggs, lean meats etc. (Also read : 5 top protein rich foods during pregnancy)
Make sure to have plenty of water - Stay hydrated always! - At least 8-10 glasses of water per day.
Calcium is a very important component of your diet which can be derived from milk, yogurt, cheese, sardines, canned salmon, tofu, broccoli, almonds, figs, turnip greens and rhubarb. Make sure you don’t have calcium and iron supplements at the same time since iron inhibits the absorption of iron. (Also read : Iron foods and calcium don't go together. Here's why)