For the health benefits, but I'm not sure how many tests and studies have been done to prove anything yet. Not really something I've had interest in reading about.
Because it's said to increase iron stores and energy, lower postnatal depression chances and a lot more.
I'm considering it for my next birth, although I would prefer a fully delayed cord clamping which would lower the health benefits of encapsulating and consuming the placenta.
This sound too Bizarre I never knew people eat placenta. I am surprised about this. Possibly there could be underlying health benefits behind this notion but I don't think its necessary to eat Placenta. There are other more sources of the same nutrients. Maybe this is also cultural.
My first thought was "DO people eat placentas?"
Having read that a few of them actually do, I'll move to "WHY?"
I'm sure that there are some benefits in doing so, but there are other ways of receiving these benefits that don't involve this practice.
I find it rather disgusting.
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It's pretty popular. And what's wrong with eating fish eggs?
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