Iron in pregnancy
If you're short of iron, you'll probably get very tired and may suffer from anemia.
Lean meat, green leafy vegetables, dried fruit, and nuts contain iron.
If you'd like to eat peanuts or foods that contain peanuts (such as peanut butter) during pregnancy, you can do so as part of a healthy, balanced diet unless you're allergic to them or your health professional advises you not to.
Many breakfast cereals have iron added to them. If the iron level in your blood becomes low, a GP or midwife will advise you to take iron supplements.