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What NOT to eat for pregnant women These foods should be avoided during pregnancy and even after pregnancy, they contain additives and highly dangerous ingredients that can harm the mother and the baby inside. Natural foods such as fruits and veggies are best to be taken when pregnant..
A Pregnant Guide to Starbucks and Caffeine Intake: While some women feel more energetic during pregnancy, some (read: many) women may still need that little boost from their daily cup of joe — or maybe coffee is a luxury in their daily routine that they're not willing to give up just because of their pregnancy.
Week 6: Now that the pregnancy is feeling more real, you might be worrying about miscarriage.What to do now:- Reassure yourself that aside from extreme behaviors, such as using drugs, there's nothing you can do to cause a miscarriage. Yet, some research links early pregnancy losses to consuming more than 300 milligrams of caffeine daily, so to be safe, limit your intake.- Think about when you want to tell family, friends and your boss you're pregnant. Some women wait until after the first…