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Query from: darshika, India, 08/15/07
Topic: NURSING      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: How to have a fair complexioned baby

What food should I have to get a fair baby

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Response from: C. Raj, United Kingdom,   
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Darshika,

The only food that many people guess can make a difference to the child's complexion, while still in the mothers tummy is Saffron. Good Iranian and Kashmiri saffron consumed between 5th and 8th month will help. 4-5 strands of saffron must be soaked in the milk for a while and then consumed. Though no one knows if it really works, a lot of people believe in it.

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Response from: Geetha Gopakumar,   
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The color complexion of the child would mostly depends by the parents complexion, but toning it with additional nutrients can be helpful.

Yes, 4-5 saffron strands on a warm glass of milk is said to be good and already proved its results for the baby's skin growth as well as the mother and to get fair complexion to the child.

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Darshika,

first of all, shame on you, girl. We no longer live in times when fairness is a standard of beauty. You should worry about your baby's health and wellbeing, not fairness. Look, if you did even basic biology in school, you should understand yourself that the idea that what you eat can affect your baby's skin colour is absolutely ridiculous. You should eat healthily to keep baby healthy but what you eat has NO IMPACT WHATSOEVER on the skin colour. Please stop worrying about this!

Good luck.

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Response from: Indumukhi A.,   
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Not possible. Complexion is not determined by diet. If you want a fair complexioned baby, I'm sorry to say the best route will be for you to marry a pale-skinned guy.

Shame on us, for worrying about our child's complexion instead of thanking God at every opportunity we get that our child may be blessed with health and happiness. As a culture, we need to progress beyond this, don't we?

Either we change as a culture, or we all marry fair-skinned northern Europeans so as to get rid of the genetic trait of Indians, which is darker skin. Please, dear, think about what you're saying. Each of us must realize how immoral these thoughts are. Eat so your baby, God willing, will be healthy, strong, and intelligent enough not to think this way.

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Response from: Latha Jayaprakash,   
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Dear Darshika,

You cannot change the colour of the baby which GOD has given. It is decided by the chromosome factors . If both of you and your parents are fair , you have the chance of getting a fair baby is bright. If that is not the case then do not expect much improvement. Another thing is that there is nothing in the colour. Be happy if you have a good, healthy child. Bring him / up nicely to become good citizens, who can be lovable and friendly to all people. You can try out the age old medicine of taking saffron with warm milk in the night before you go to sleep. All the best

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Response from: Princess Sonpari,   
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Hi

drink lots nad lots of fruits juices and also include carrot juice and safforn to luke warm milk....

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Response from: True Friend,   
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Dear Darshika, the baby's complexion depends on genetics, there is not much you can do, though you can try.

If the parents to be are fair, the baby will be fair, and the reverse is also true. i have heard, that Saffron milk is good in this case. The pregnant lady should drink it.

And green grapes, taken especially in the first 3 months. I used to eat them, in my case, unknowingly, my daughter was quite fair at birth and also 1st year, but now at the age of 5 I see genetics taking shape, her complexion is wheatish now like mine. Its important to have a healthy and happy baby. Hope it helps.

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