When I first learned that moms who ate nuts during pregnancy were less likely to have kids with nut allergies, I congratulated myself: I'd eaten a ton of peanut butter during both my pregnancies. But maybe that didn't matter.
Some experts suggest giving up caffeine during pregnancy altogether. Some say as many as four cups of coffee a day won't hurt anyone. So what’s the truth? Let’s learn more about caffeine and pregnancy—and the products it may be hiding in.
Now that you're eating for two, you're probably thinking twice about the foods you consume. One food group that many pregnant women have questions about is seafood. Is it safe to eat while you're pregnant?
Mmmm, pickles and ice cream.... If you experience crazy cravings during pregnancy, it's fine to give in to most of them. Just make a habit of avoiding a few foods that pose a potential threat to you and your baby.
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