While chocolate does contain caffeine, there's no evidence that moderate amounts of caffeine are dangerous for pregnant women. On the other hand, there is evidence that chocolate works on the neurotransmitters in your brain to give you a feeling of well-being. Patients who have been diagnosed with gestational diabetes, however, should avoid chocolate and other simple carbohydrates.
You could try chocolate. You can get cheap chocolate that looks very posh. But costs alot less! Some other ideas are... Candles Bath Bombs Candle Holders Photo frame (could but a picture in to personalise it) Mug/Cup (One year i got plain mugs and painted them with these special pens) Hope that helped =]
Hives show up when the body releases a chemical called histamine. There are so many reasons this might happen that you might have trouble identifying the culprit, but here are the most likely possibilities: Insect bites and stings. If your baby's allergic to bees or fire ants, for example, he could develop hives in reaction to being stung or bitten. Food. Your baby might get hives in reaction to something he eats, once he's eating solids. Or he might react to something you ate if you're breastfeeding him. T...
Acne is not caused by food. Following a strict diet will not, clear your skin. While some people feel that their acne is aggravated by certain foods, particularly chocolate, colas, peanuts, shellfish and some fatty foods, there is no scientific evidence that suggests food causes or influences acne. Avoid any foods which seem to worsen your acne and, for your overall health, eat a balanced diet–but diet shouldn’t really matter if the acne is being appropriately treated.