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  • #16
    As I recall I did not crave carbs while pregnant nor did I have morning sickness, thankfully as I was working as a chef at the time and had to handle some pretty strong smelling stuff, filleting fish, cutting up huge hunks of meat. I distinctly remember enjoying the prime ribs I roasted on Fridays, true I had them with a baked potato with lots of sour cream, but that wasn't the main attraction for me.
    Life is death. We all take turns. It's sacred to eat during our turn and be eaten when our turn is over. RichMahogany.


    • #17
      So they did a survey to collect data about what types of food they craved/had aversions to. The results were almost universal; they craved dairy and carbs (including fruit) and had aversions to meat and vegetables.
      That describes me 24/7/365. Pregnant or not, I want dairy and fruit above anything else, and fish. If I had no health and aestetic concerns, I would mostly eat fish, fruit and yogurt
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      When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.