Nearly everybody, everywhere nowadays is a health expert capable of giving the right words of advice, thanks to Google. When it comes to advising expectant mothers, however, myths abound, most of them emanating from half-truths, rumors, and other unverified reports. Claudia Hammond compiled Three of the Main Myths customarily offered to pregnant mothers for BBC and, the list is as humorous as it is unbelievable.
“Eating for two” is the rifest of these lies?
Does it require a plateful of extra calories to support that tiny little one growing inside of you? Certainly not!
It is surprising that this serves as a “fact” out there
Should an expectant lady board a plane?
There have been various studies done on this subject, and through
Which other myths about pregnancy have you heard?
However, it is still great that these three are backed up by facts and real-life studies done and concluded by distinguished scientists. Whether it will help defeat the myths, though, remains a question for another day.
Claudia Hammond’s Three Myths about Pregnancy is written to help those who
Culled from Life Hack