Pregnancy Week 13: Old Wives' Tales
Your well-wishers might tell you to consume several glasses of full-cream milk along with your meals. Milk is indeed a good source of protein and calcium and you do need adequate amounts of both these nutrients in your pregnancy.
However, you do not need full cream and high fat milk, you can consume toned or skimmed milk as the calcium and protein content is the same. If you’re not too fond of milk, have curds made from skimmed milk or buttermilk instead.