4 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Madam I m dibeaties person taking insulin.... Wht food to eat

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Answer: Eat protein based food . .n reduce carbs n starch food..
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    jacqueline mascarenhas31 days ago

    I m getting headaches legs r paining & my tummy getting cramped y so? Felling so weak sometimes

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