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Having tea during pregnancy
Having tea during pregnancy can affect the skin colour of baby ...else tea has no effects on skin colour of baby
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Hi No it won't.  Include fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet and try to have seasonal fruits . And some nuts and dates as well.
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For gaining weight,  you can consider these suggestions : 1. Maintain meal gaps: take small and frequent meals every 2-3 hours. 2. Walk after every meal for 15-20 minutes, it will boost up your metabolism and you will be able to consume sufficient food. 3. Include dates and figs in your diet. 4. Make rotis out of (50% wheat+ 50% besan) 5. Drink 2-3 litres of water everyday.
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No,u can take but only 2cups per day , extra requirment has increased so follow pregnancy related diet . Contact me for coustamized diet chart through practo you will get good results definitely.
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Contact me through practo direct consultation for further information surely help you.
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Hi. Food or tea/coffee does not affect skin color of complexion if the baby. The complexion depends on genetics. Please do not restrict foods due to this belief. 2 cups of tea a day is considered safe, provided you don’t have any other health issues.
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