Eating nuts in the first trimester boosts baby’s intelligence, study suggests


Women who eat nuts in early pregnancy have brainier kids, a study suggests. Their children developed better memories, higher levels of attention and more thinking skills. Around three handfuls of nuts a week – 90 grams – in the first three months of pregnancy was best. Researchers suggest walnuts, almonds, peanuts, pine nuts or hazelnuts…

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