6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Chicken can eat

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Answer: hii dear congratulations for ur pregnancy .surely u can have it . Chicken is a good source of protein. Prefer taking less spicy and less oily onces . Best option is the chicken sandwich or soups. As I our Indian version ,chicken curry get extremely oily and spicy which resuce it's health benefits.
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    pavithra Thadela610 days ago

    Thank you so much

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