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Question: During 9month pregnancy baby weghite high what should take food deit

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Answer: Avoid or stop taking rice in ur diet ...replace rice wid roti chapathi pulka ragi roti mix some leafy vegatables in it to taste better i used to do the same during my pregnancy gud results
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    Shivani Agarwal95 days ago

    Only rice &pluse

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