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The information we provide you is just the beginning of your Eat Smart journey. You should ALWAYS consult with your medical doctor or naturopathic doctor to find out if the suggestions we present to you are the right nutritional matches for your aging-well needs.
Should I follow your recommendations if I’m pregnant or thinking of getting pregnant? As we’ve said in the last answer, we are simply bringing to your attention great products available on the market that you might have missed. If you are pregnant, you should ALWAYS consult your obstetrician or medical doctor. They know your medical history and they are the ones who can help you make safe choices for you and your soon-to-be-born baby.
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