Love's Labour
Down To Earth|January 16, 2019
Love's Labour

The traditional dishes that pregnant women eat for centuries

Vibha Varshney

EVERYONE WANTS the best for their child. For expectant mothers, this urge begins the moment she finds out that a baby is on the way. They get all kinds of advice from everyone—from their own mothers, relatives and friends—on what they should eat and what they should not. But in today’s times, pregnant women live far from the folds of their families and recommendations are not easily available. These suggestions were based on traditional knowledge honed by centuries of experimentation, and modern day doctors do not have the comparable experience.

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January 16, 2019