Fast food usually isn't the best choice for expecting moms, since it's often packed with excessive amounts of salt , added sugar, and unhealthy fats. But fast food during pregnancy doesn't have to be a nutritional disaster. Here's what to order — and what to avoid — at popular fast-food chains when you're pregnant. A note on fat: During pregnancy you need more fat, but aim to get monounsaturated "healthy" fats from sources like olive oil, avocados, nuts, seeds, and fish. Saturated fats come primarily from animal sources like red meat, butter, cheese, and ice cream and are best consumed in moderation and from quality sources, if possible. Mickey D's isn't exactly known for health food, and recently the company removed salads, bagels, and yogurt parfaits from the menu.
Your best fast-food options during pregnancy
Hunting the men who kill women: Mexico’s femicide detective | Mexico | The Guardian
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Although femicide is a recognised crime in Mexico, when a woman disappears, the authorities are notoriously slow to act. But there is someone who will take on their case. O n the night of 30 October , as many Mexicans were preparing to celebrate the Day of the Dead, the family of Jessica Jaramillo stood in the pouring rain watching two dozen police search a house on the outskirts of Toluca, the capital of Mexico State. At about 9pm, the authorities carried out a dead dog, followed by two live ones and a cat. Jessi, a year-old psychology student at a local university, had gone missing a week earlier.