Pineapple in Pregnancy

Pineapple in Pregnancy

Here is what you should know about the consumption of pineapple in pregnancy: Pineapple is a safe, healthy choice during pregnancy. People might have told you to avoid this fruit because it may cause early miscarriage or bring on preterm labour. However, this is just a myth. One cup of pineapple contains daily recommended dose…

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MAGGI in Pregnancy

MAGGI in Pregnancy

During pregnancy, you have to give on some foods that are not very good for the health of your baby. Sadly, one such food is everyone’s favourite Maggi or instant noodles. Here’s why you should avoid consumption of Maggi during pregnancy: It is simply overloaded with carbohydrates and contains no fibre which is not good…

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Jaggery, Mango and Ginger in Pregnancy

Jaggery, Mango and Ginger in Pregnancy

Shared below are the benefits of eating Jaggery, Mangoes and Ginger in Pregnancy: JAGGERYJaggery is rich in: Iron: Iron corrects anaemia. Potassium: Potassium controls water retention. Magnesium: Magnesium helps in joint pains and bone strength and controls blood pressure. Phosphorous All these minerals together purify blood. MANGO Mangoes are safe to eat while you’re pregnant,…

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Indian Spices in Pregnancy and Myths attached to them

Indian Spices in Pregnancy and Myths Attached to Them

Here are a few things you should know about the consumption of Indian spices in pregnancy and the myths attached to them: KESARNo, it doesn’t help to lighten the baby’s complexion. Skin colour is genetic characteristic. Rather, It helps in digestion Reduces bloating Induces good sleep Releases your anxiety Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties are…

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Foods to Avoid in Pregnancy

Foods to Avoid in Pregnancy

Any unpasteurised cow’s milk, goat’s milk or sheep’s milk. Unpasteurised dairy products may contain listeria. Listeriosis can lead to miscarriage, still birth or make new born baby very unwell. Meats such as chicken, pork and beef, as long as they’re well-cooked are safe. Cold, pre-packed meats are safe. But be careful with cold cured meats,…

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