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Answer: Eating a healthy, balanced dietwill help your baby get the nutrients he or she needs and grow at a healthy rate. • Add more protein to your diet. Butter and other fats will not help you in this matter, you can have cottage cheese, milk and other sources of protein like protein powders for pregnant women. • Take five to six small meals every day. • Keep quick, easy snacks on hand, such as nuts, raisins, cheese and crackers, dried fruit, and ice cream or yogurt. • Also drink a lot of liquid juices, coconut water twice a day, lot of water etc.
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