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Abstract

It is natural for women to be pregnant but full of risks.  Food and diet greatly influence the gestation, it can worthful supporting the pregnancy or in the opposite it can also be harmful to and destroy the mother and/or the foetus growing inside her.  Healthy diet at the time of pregnancy is very important. The amount shall meet the requirement, the composition shall be balanced and it has to be safe from anything harmful for the mother or the foetus. Some suggestions such as cooking all food consumed, consuming more fresh food rather than processed and/or canned, avoiding alcohol and cigarette smoke and also limiting salt, simple sugar and seafood are very important to be followed.

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Gde Ngurah Indraguna Pinatih. (2023). Healthy food for pregnant mother. Bali Medical Journal, 12(1), 218–221. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v12i1.3958

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