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    I have had some serious food aversions throughout the entire pregnancy. I have had to avoid anything fatty, too sweet, anything with garlic, really strong flavours, and anything really rich.

    Sour and salty were two flavours that helped a lot.

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    Cant stand butter, meat, anything that smells
    Basically living on fruit and sour lollies (the powdery crappy kiddy ones).

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    Hey I am only 5 weeks, gone off chocolate which I love. Don't know what I want to eat, I feel like something then I go make it but can't eat because I don't feel like it. In love with fresh steamed vegetables.

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    Savoury and sour are usually better for me. Sweet or fatty foods make me feel sick. Salt and vinegar chips are amazing!

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    I hate sweet things and at the moment ( I normally love them ) i even tried coke after being told by another mum it can help but hated it :/ I think it really is an individual thing. Lately I am getting by on sparkling apple juice and or chilled water. And steak sandwiches minus onion. Oh my god I hate onion right now yuck. Boiled potatoes and sometimes grilled chicken but mostly I'm off chicken and pretty much everything except plain crackers after 5pm when my MS is at it's worst. Even with foods I can manage to eat I don't enjoy eating atm it's a struggle

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    I'm struggling with my food aversions as I never had them so severe with other pregnancy. At the moment it seems like the only thing I can stomach is milk, chocolate, tangy chips, dry crackers and water. I'm also a diabetic so it's yuck trying to stick with the carbs etc. like I was able to before I was pregnant! Funny how our bodies handle creating life

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    Fruit it is for me... Living on it! Nectarines, cherries, green apples, strawberries and blueberries. I like the berries with vanilla yogurt.

    Plain pasta with tomato sauce and cheese. My other fail safe in first trimester was tomato on toast with lots of salt and pepper.

    My aversions have been horrible this time too. I haven't eaten dinner until the last week, breakfast is usually ok, so I try to fill up then, lunch is a hit and a miss.

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    Vegemite toast. Every day. For six months. Not sure I'll ever want Vegemite again after baby arrives!

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Mama View Post
    Sour foods - fresh plums that are kind of sour are Good.
    I agree with this! Also sour lollies for energy (bad but if it's all I can stomach it's better than nothing!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rachelelizabeth View Post
    Cant stand butter, meat, anything that smells
    Basically living on fruit and sour lollies (the powdery crappy kiddy ones).

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    I'm glad I'm not the only one!


 

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