EATING fruit and vegetables daily halves the chance of miscarriage, research shows.
A study of thousands of pregnant women revealed those who included fruit and vegetables regularly in their diet were 46 per cent less likely to miscarry.
Chocolate, vitamin tablets, dairy products, fish and white meat also increased the odds of a successful pregnancy.
Underweight women, however, were 70 per cent more likely to miscarry.
TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Marriages and Miscarriages: One Woman's Personal Experience
-- Kathleen Smith shares her experience regarding the three miscarriages she experienced. The trials and emotional changes, the feelings experienced when being around other pregnant woman after having had a miscarriage, how turning to God got her through them, and more.
Kathleen, a mother of three and entering her sixteenth year of marriage, relates her personal feelings and emotions. As you read the book you will experience a conversation with Kathleen about this topic, and learn how one woman dealt and struggled with this topic.
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