Morning Sickness for a Healthy Baby



While most mothers-to-be might not feel like agreeing, some experts feel that morning sickness is actually helpful to the developing baby.

Studies show that women who have morning sickness have fewer miscarriages and babies of low birth weights.

Morning sickness also helps the body to normalize hormone levels.

Some researchers uphold the belief that morning sickness is the body's way of ridding itself of toxins that the developing baby doesn't need.

For whatever reason, ginger is a natural way to relieve and soothe the upset tummy from morning sickness.

Additionally, ginger is also good for indigestion, and provides the same relief as common, over-the-counter, motion sickness medications.



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