It's usually true that pregnant women are usually up-to-date on what they should and shouldn't eat. They keep a tab on their daily intake and are sure to include foods that'll benefit their kids. But there's an important mineral they may have missed out on: Iodine. According to Web MD, many pregnant and breast-feeding women are deficient in iodine. What causes this deficiency? Researchers at the American Academy of Pediatrics believe that frequent consumption of processed foods may have a role to play here since the salt in processed food is not iodized.
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