Wed, 06 Feb 2013 17:00:00 GMT | By Sarah Hecks
Remedies for morning sickness

Eating tips to combat pregnancy nausea



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Morning sickness doesn’t just affect women in the mornings - for some pregnant women, the symptoms are worse in the morning and ease up over the course of the day, but they can strike at any time - and last all day long. If you have a mild case of nausea and vomiting, some relatively simple changes to your diet may be enough to help, so we spoke to top nutritionist Carina Norris for some food tips on how to combat the nausea.

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