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Protein and Pregnancy - Real Food
In The New Yorker (July 24, 2006) a piece called “The Preeclampsia Puzzle” neglected to mention a simple cause of the potentially fatal condition that affects 5% of pregnant women: poor nutrition. As prenatal experts know, the first stage of preeclampsia is toxemia, characterized by edema, hypertension, and protein in the urine. Happily, toxemia is easily prevented.Read More