15 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Can i eat yippee noodles ?? Since 3 months i have not eaten... Now i am in 4th month of pregnancy. I am hoping it would not harm my baby..

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Answer: Hi. Try to avoid all processed food stuffs as for as possible as they have high levels of salt, sugar and preservatives. Having them once in a while wouldn't be a problem. But try having fresh and locally available food stuffs more often! Maggie or yippie noodles is made of maida which can be hard to digest sometimes.
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