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    Default Hot chips and low birth weight babies?

    My latest craving, no surprise is hot chips. Or anything potato. I read something on it creating low birth weight babies. One of the ingredients in it does it or something. How much would you say is too much? It's all I want to eat....

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    Never had of such thing, eat all the chips you like (well in moderation lol don't want to give yourself high cholesterole lol)

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    Total rubbish lol..... I had hot hips with gravy while preg with DD she would have been massive if I had over carried to term she was 34 weeks and 6lb 4 oz

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    Chips* one of the few things that stayed down

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    Yup sounds crazy to me. I lived on hot chips and gravy with DS1 cos I couldn't keep anything else down (had severe HG) and he was 8pd3oz.

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    Yes, a recent study did find this

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    Default Hot chips and low birth weight babies?

    It might have been head circumference actually

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    Default Hot chips and low birth weight babies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    Yes, a recent study did find this
    What study? I had more things wrong with me during my preg with DD that should have almost killed her and me several time over but she and I are both health now .... It is always interesting when these studies come out if you could post the link I'd love to read it

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    LOOOOLLLLL! the red rooster near my work knew me by sight. I would go wait out the front at 9.55 to get hot chips the second they opened. DS was 4.45kg. I wish the chips had lowered his birth weight!

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