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Pregnancy Diet Chart : 2nd Trimester
Pregnancy in its second trimester can be described more as a happy phase since the mother-to-be has successfully crossed the critical miscarriage-prone first trimester
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tinystep Dec 13 | 4 min read
Stretch marks are one of the many many gifts nature decides to bestow on all us life-givers. As the tiny little human grows in our bellies, our body expands to accommodate it, and along with this expansion comes the proof that it happened - stretch marks! As every ailment that has ever graced the face of this earth, the best way to get over it is to prevent it.
tinystep Nov 21 | 6 min read
While a certain amount of belly fat is good, as it protects your organs, too much fat is unhealthy as it could be a sign of heart disease or a predisposition to developing diabetes. Thus, fatty foods must be consumed in moderation and conscious efforts should be made, on your part, to ensure that you're having the right kinds of fats.
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Exercising during pregnancy is just as important for your body as exercising during any other period in your life. As an added bonus, keeping your body fit is going to have positive impacts on your child’s health as well! Naturally, strenuous exercises should be avoided but that isn’t an excuse to stop working out all together, and here are a few reasons that will motivate you to keep the workout gear ready even during your pregnancy!
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