Three Crowns Milk, one of Nigeria’s leading dairy brands, provided low cholesterol milk-based breakfast to over 8,000 consumers, especially mothers, across various locations to care for their hearts and physical well-being.
The period after you have put to bed may be filled with many emotions. You may feel everything from joy to fear to sadness. If you feel sad and it starts to become severe and starts to interfere with your everyday life, you may be experiencing postpartum depression (PPD).
Symptoms of PPD usually start within a few weeks of delivery, though they may develop up to six months afterwards. These symptoms may include mood swings, trouble bonding with your baby, and difficulty thinking or making decisions.
You've probably heard that pregnant women should eat fruits because incorporating fruit into your pregnancy diet is a healthy, delicious way to boost your nutrient intake while aiding in the growth and development of your baby. It is even believed that women who eat fruit during their pregnancy are more likely to give birth to smarter children than those who do not.
But there are some fruits pregnant women should stay away from as they are very dangerous to their health.