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Carrying a pregnancy to term can be an overwhelming experience. It seems that every day there are new guidelines published as to what pregnant women should and should not eat; activities that are encouraged or to be avoided. It can be difficult to know what is right and what is wrong.
One area the scientific community is starting to rally around is the need for pregnant women to avoid certain environmental risks. For instance, to lower the risks of birth defects mercury poisoning women are advised to limit the amount of fish they eat while pregnant, with tuna fish being a big no-no. Pesticides are to be avoided, too, as there is some evidence that pesticides can lead to low birth weight. Organic foods can be expensive, but eating right is well worth the extra money.
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