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Food cravings during pregnancy

Food cravings are sudden urges to eat a particular type of food. They are a real phenomenon and affect many women during pregnancy.

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Appetite changes and food aversions during pregnancy

Many women experience food cravings or a food aversion during pregnancy. Find out how to ensure you continue to eat healthily if this affects you.

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Sugar and sugar cravings - myDr.com.au

Our consumption of free sugar has tripled since 1960, with soft drinks, energy drinks, fruit juice and cordial the most significant sources. The World Health Organization recommends free sugars be less than 10% of your total energy intake - that's 6 teaspoons per day for women and 9 teaspoons for men. Our consumption of free sugar has tripled since 1960, with soft drinks, energy drinks, fruit juice and cordial the most significant sources. The World Health Organization recommends free sugars be less than 10% of your total energy intake - that's 6 teaspoons per day for women and 9 teaspoons for men.

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Food for preschoolers - Ngala

Now is the time to create strong foundations for your childs future health

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Foods for toddlers - Ngala

For toddlers, nutritional intake and amount is measured over weeks rather than days,quite differentto the more predictable adult eating patterns with which we are familiar

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Pregnancy - Pregnancy Topics - Eating well in pregnancy

Healthy eating during pregnancy is important to give your baby a healthy start

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Salt - how to cut down - myDr.com.au

Nutrition & Weight Salt - how to cut down How salt affects your health Much of our processed food contains high levels of salt – something Australians don’t need any more of, given many of us already consume more than the recommended amount

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The pregnancy healthy eating guide - Ngala

You may find during pregnancy that you need to change your eating and drinking habits

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Pregnancy - signs and symptoms - Better Health Channel

All women experience pregnancy differently, and you will experience different symptoms at different stages of your pregnancy.

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Pregnancy diet: Over-eating | Parenthub

Pregnancy Pregnancy and Food Pregnancy diet: Over-eating ( 3 votes, average: 5

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