Pregnant women who eat low-quality diet, especially at night, more likely to hold on to postpartum weight

/ 06:15 PM December 22, 2019
pregnant woman

A new study has linked eating a low-quality diet while pregnant to holding on to more weight 18 months after giving birth. Image: Milkos/IStock.com via AFP Relaxnews

TOPICS: Diet, post-pregnancy, postpartum, Pregnancy, pregnant women, Singapore, weight gain
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