Something smells fishy around here.
And, according to researchers, that’s a good thing. Fish oil supplements in the later stages of pregnancy may help make baby stronger, says a new study conducted by researchers in Denmark and the UK.
Fish has always stirred controversy regarding whether it’s safe for pregnant women to incorporate into their diets. But with a few exceptions, fish can be a part of a healthy diet for soon-to-be moms, and findings from the recent study further encourage this.
In the past, studies in humans have shown pregnant women with a higher intake of…
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