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Pregnancy Symptoms Week by Week
Monday, 10 January 2011
Early Pregnancy Symptoms Week by Week
Chocolates of varieties are the best known and many popular feel great food. People are recognized to eat chocolates in emotionally taxing times as well as when they need a tad of additional energy. One of the most taxing times in a woman's every day life is during her pregnancy, when the pregnancy symptoms week by week become prominent. Nearly all women on the planet have confessed to having felt like eating chocolate at various times during their pregnancy. However, chocolates contain caffeine that's supposedly detrimental for the health of the fetus during those 9 months and also poses an increased threat of miscarriage.

This is a reason a lot of women think twice before eating chocolate during the days that they're pregnant. However, medical practitioners are of the opinion that even though it is necessary to manage the consumption of chocolates as the pregnancy symptoms week by week begin to set in, it is not altogether necessary to stop the use of chocolates since they're an important source of nutrients like magnesium and iron. Moreover, studies have proved that mothers, who consumed chocolate in reasonable amounts throughout their pregnancy, gave birth to healthier and happier babies even though this is yet to be supported by substantial scientific data.

According to doctors, a pregnant woman should limit her caffeine consumption not to a lot more than 217 milligrams each day with the onset of pregnancy symptoms week by week . This absolutely leaves scope for eating chocolates when we consider that a whole bar of chocolate contains between 5 to 30 milligrams of caffeine. The amount of caffeine in a chocolate bar is negligible in comparison to the amount found in coffee (in between 90 to 135 milligrams). So it can be confidently said that chocolate in moderate amounts is within no way detrimental for the mother or the baby.

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