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What To Eat To Have A Fair Baby
Time ; Attention: Intelligence is the result of parental time and attention from birth on. Eating a well rounded diet avoiding processed foods and meats. Regular prenatal vitamin with dha is considered good practice. No artificial sweeteners. Some say exposure to calming music while in the womb stimulates neuronal development. Then teach teach teach....They are a blank chalk board and a sponge for learning. ...Read more
Not that simple: Good over all health will usually lead to healthy sperm. A good well balanced diet, exercise, plenty of water. Stay out of areas of ionizing radiation such as xrays, avoid excess alcohol , anabolic steroids, recreational drugs, and sex transmitted diseases. The rest of the things you see on internet may help but not usually proven and is someone selling something. ...Read more
6 months: Fish is one of the top eight allergenic foods, and experts used to advise parents to wait until their baby's first birthday before introducing it. That advice has now changed. In 2008, the aap released a report stating that there's probably no reason to wait to introduce allergenic foods until your baby reaches a certain age. "there is no evidence that delaying their introduction prevents allergy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good question: I would say, to be on the safe side- one month. Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) is for the most part undetected in people's urine after about one week. In one month, chances are very good it would completely out of your system. You should be proud of yourself for being conscientious about this. I am sure you know that smoking and drinking are things to avoid as well. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try to clean: Up your diet so you have minimized processed foods. Focus on a colorful palette of vegetables and fruits. Eat healthy fats like avocados and nuts. Remember, to a certain extent you are what you eat. Also you are what you put on your skin. Avoid harsh chemicals and washing your skin too much. If you use products, ideally try to find products with ingredient list that are short and pronounceable ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Take care...: To have a healthy baby, a husband needs to take care of his wife. Make sure she sees her doctor early and keeps appointments. Make sure that she is taking her pre-natal vitamins and is eating a well-balanced healthy diet. Make sure that she gets extra rest and regular exercise. Best wishes! ...Read more
Unknown: There is no known food that can impact the skin tone of a baby. You can also teach your baby the value of being a fair person in life. Then they will truly be great and not just fair. ...Read more
What is a healthy weight to conceive? My husband and i want to have a baby but i'm worried that i weigh too much for it to be a healthy pregnancy.
Not obese: Generally, obese women have higher risks for complications during pregnancy and for their babies than non-obese women. For example, obese women have a higher chance of high blood pressure, gestation diabetes, blood clots, and requiring a c-section. Babies of obese women have a higher chance of having neural tube defects. You should speak to your ob/gyn. ...Read more
Small changes add up: Start by avoiding junk food, soda and substituting with healthy alternatives such as fruit, veggies, yogurt, water or milk. Don't skip breakfast, try to plan your snacks/meals ahead so you have something healthy to grab on the run. Make small changes, experiment with what works best for you. See https://secure02.kidshealth.org/teen/food_fitness/nutrition/veggies_tips.html#cat20132 ...Read more
Gender Selection: Gender selection is socially controversial. We can do it with ivf/pgd to find male (xy) embryos for transfer. We also screen all chromosomes and reduce risk of downs etc. Not everyone offers it. We also usually limit to "family balancing", that is to help people have an equal number of boys and girls. To have a boy you must already have more girls at home. Do not do for 1st child. See specialist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nothing: I'm not sure what you mean by increase but there is not anything you can do to change a babys complexion. If there is a rash you can take them to their pediatrician but if you want to change the color of the complexion, there is nothing to be done. Please keep baby out of direct sunlight. ...Read more
Ibuprofen: If your child is really miserable due to teething ibuprofen can help. Cold is also sometimes soothing so a smoothie Ice pop can get the needed calories and fluids. If your child is really not eating you can try chilled or frozen pediasure until he/she feels a little better. Good Luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cooking together: Has been shown to help get people interested in new foods and ideas. Asking what they like or would like to try. Having meals together at the table and not in front of tv helps as well. Healthy food goes beyond "the food", but to experience the aroma of foods, talking to people and having a good time. ...Read more
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