12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I ate pizzas, maggi, and some foods I found interesting in my pregnancy period.. now I am 11 weeks pregnant. These foods I could digest without causing nausea.. But since the foods are out of Maida.. I am concerned about it now..

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Answer: Dear, once in a while nothing is wrong to have them in small quantities.. but better you either igonre them or make it at home or eat those made of multigrain.. don't restrict your cravings.. but now it's about your baby.. so be careful.
Answer: It's better to those kinds of food bcuz Maida is not a healthy products n it won't get digested quickly too. Especially Maggi, pizzas, etc are heat food products which can affect you n your baby's health.
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