First Month Pregnancy Diet
The first month of your pregnancy is always very tentative. You are unsure about what to do and what to eat. The first-month pregnancy diet affects the health of the developing foetus. For that reason, it is essential that you know the exact foods to eat during 1st month of pregnancy and foods to avoid in the first month of pregnancy. This will ensure the healthy growth of the child and keep you fit as well. This article will tell you all about the 1st month pregnancy diet tips to be followed.
In the first month of pregnancy, several changes take place in your body. Hormonal changes can cause mood swings, fatigue and morning sickness. Eat healthy food, have small meals at regular intervals, keep yourself hydrated, do light exercises, and be stress-free to minimise these symptoms and keep your baby healthy and happy.
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