29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m 29 weeks pregnant.... mujhe masala, n bhaji etc... dekhte hi ajib sa man ho jata h.... plz tell me what to eat to be healthy.. n keep healthy my baby too...

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Answer: Cravings have their own wonders.. If you feel like eating anything prepare at home. Eating spicy too much may affect the baby as they are not used to eating masala. Etc.. So better use small way of masala in preparation of meals. Baby will be healthy if you take proper care.
Answer: Fruits & Juices
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