A pregnant lady should not eat salty foods or high in fat. She should also stay away from breads; especially white. I followed this rule the two times when I was pregnant and I only had salt in salad dressing (usually Thousand Island) or butter which I allowed myself having no other salt on veggies and I had ice cream pretty often but not every day.
When my babies were born I had only gained the weight of the baby and my ankles and legs were slimmer than before. I did take a prescribed multi-vitamin and I felt great. I had a waistline when I went home from the hospital and only a little flab on my stomach to tighten up; which took no time at all.
During pregnancy some foods that Women should avoid like Soft Cheese, Feta Cheese, Raw Meat, Deli meat, Fish with Mercury, Smoked Seafood, Raw selfish, raw eggs, Unpasteurized Milk, alcohol, Caffeinated Coffee and Tea.
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