Before pregnancy, I drank an average of two cups of coffee a day. While pregnant, I cut all caffeine out of my diet. I didn’t even have decaf coffee, tea, sodas, even chocolate.
Some recent studies suggest women can get away with a couple glasses every now and then, but doctors disagree.
The first known mention of g-based wines in India is from the late 4th-century BC writings of Chanakya, the chief minister of Emperor Chandragupta Maurya.In his writings, Chanakya condemns the use of alcohol while chronicling the emperor and his court’s frequent indulgence of a style of wine known as madhu.. The ancient Romans planted vineyards near garrison towns so wine …
2. Face any task head-on.You can no longer stand straight-on while doing many everyday tasks, like washing dishes at the sink, riding in a car, sitting in booths at restaurants, or sitting comfortably at your desk.
It tastes rather pleasant, is good for our health and may help us live longer. But, if that isn’t enough to convince you, scientists have come up with yet another excuse to enjoy a glass or two of red wine
The recommendation that has become conventional wisdom is that pregnant women should not drink any alcohol. We assume that this is based on solid research but it’s not.
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Are you asking, “Can I drink wine during pregnancy?” Well if you are, read this article about the safety and risks of drinking wine while pregnant.
My first click takes me to a parenting website, which states: ‘Nobody knows for sure how much alcohol is safe for you to have while you’re pregnant.
These (we?) women have been the most likely pregnant drinkers dating back to 1991 — but the CDC can’t quite explain why, saying, “further research is needed.” Why do more older, educated, employed women drink conservatively while pregnant, despite the Surgeon General’s official warning against it?. Because they’re “older,” they may be …