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Article: Water Retention in Pregnancies

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    Also note that excessive intake of salt is bad. All food ingredients especially meats and preserved items (like scallops, dried prawns, ikan bilis) contain salt and many people are used to highly seasoned foods. A adult needs very little salt as part of their daily requirement so cutting back - in fact, omitting added salt (soya sauce, salted foods, etc) completely - from one's diet will help prevent or lessen water retention as well as hypertension. One added benefit is that your tastebuds will thank you.

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