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Question: Hi iam 4th month pregnant iam hungry during night what would be good to eat

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Answer: Hi.. Dear you can start having dry fruits during night from now, it will make an healthy snack you can have cashews, almonds, apricots ,raisins   dates, walnuts , and pistachios are some dry fruits to eat during pregnancy. Since dry fruits are nutritious, you should aim to include the recommended quantity in your diet each day..
Answer: Hi dear Just take a big glass of milk before sleep and in between if u feel hunger just take some 2 biscuits coz biscuits are carbohydrate rich and controls hunger easier and also take some nuts like cashew,badam,dry blueberry,walnuts,kismis,pista those r easy to have at nights and also controls your hunger...
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