The March of making a new push to dispel (pregnancy-related) nutritional misinformation and replace it with advice based on solid scientific evidence. Jane Brody reports for the New York Times that "some of the advice may come as a distressing surprise to women, who may be fond of foods or drinks that could endanger their pregnancy." A lot of what she says in the article makes sense, but some of the prohibitions are ones I've never encountered, and the reasoning behind many seems to be missing. Guess this is a timely subject these days.

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