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Category Archives: Diet for Pregnancy

Planning pregnancy? What you should be eating

If you plan to get pregnant within the next few months—or even year—it’s important to get your diet on track now to prepare your body for pregnancy later.  Learn about what foods to eat and avoid as you plan for pregnancy. You must be aware that eating healthy is important during pregnancy but did you […]

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Pregnancy Diet II: Folic Acid essentials

This article is the second in the FabMoms series on Pregnancy Diet & Nutrition, dedicated to anaemia among pregnant mothers in India. Here we discuss the next most common cause of anaemia among Indian pregnant women after Iron deficiency alone, ie in combination with folic acid and vitamin B12 deficiency. As per WHO, more than half of pregnant […]

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Pregnancy Diet I: Anaemia inspite of Iron?

As per WHO, more than half of pregnant mothers population in India, is suffering from ANAEMIA. Iron deficiency usually is the most common cause of being anaemic. However there could be some surprising elements specially when we look at Pregnancy diet and nutrition. This article is the first part of the FabMoms series on Pregnancy Diet & […]

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Nutrition for Healthy Pregnancy

During pregnancy, your baby relies on you for the nutritional intake. Eating a well balanced diet will provide the wide range of nutrients they need for healthy development now, and help to set the stage for their health throughout life. Learn how to get a good balance from the different food groups, and what you […]

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Gestational Diabetes: High blood sugar during Pregnancy

Recent studies indicate that gestational diabetes is on the rise. Find out the causes, risk involved, and what you can do to keep yourself and your baby healthy. One of the most common pregnancy complications, gestational diabetes (high blood glucose levels during pregnancy) affects one in 10 expectant women.  Gestational diabetes is potentially dangerous of […]

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