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Bad Effect Of Consuming Coffee On The Baby's Health During Pregnancy

by Jon Agustin / Apr 07, 2021 05:38 AM EDT

One of the most challenging adjustments pregnant women encounter is their dietary change. 

If you are pregnant, among the food and beverages you should avoid include caffeine, alcohol, sushi, soft cheese, and the like. 

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, moderate caffeine consumption may not cause problems during pregnancy. 

Yet, a new study found out that pregnant women who consume even the smallest amounts of coffee per day will have slightly smaller babies compared to those who did not consume or drink caffeinated beverages. 

The research was conducted at the National Institutes of Health, looking at data from over 2,000 racially and ethnically diverse respondents. They are non-smokers, and they did not possess health problems prior to pregnancy. 

The respondents consumed caffeine in moderate amounts, and the study concluded that those women who consumed caffeine were more likely to bear children that weigh less than those women who consumed no coffee. 

Babies born to mothers with the highest blood levels of coffee may weigh three ounces lighter, or even 0.17 inches shorter, compared to infants born to mothers who do not consume caffeine during pregnancy. 

At KP Town, there are health supplements that can give you the best pregnancy. Women can take the Chaga Mushroom, a product that slows the growth of cancer cells in their lungs, breasts, and even cervical cancer. This health supplement also strengthens your immunity as well as suppresses tumors. 

KP Town also has the Schweitzz Venus, containing the essential fatty acids and high-quality gamma-linolenic acid for women.

You can also take a look at Eu Natural's Nourish Fenugreek & Moringa, known to support women in pregnancy. This product features ingredients that will help promote healthy lactation while boosting the milk flow and overall nutrient content. It also contains the best natural ingredients.

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