If you listened to every warning some random person felt like giving you when you were pregnant, you'd probably never leave your house. You'd, probably, also subsist on nothing but bread and water. Since that's obviously not realistic (read: safe), it's important to figure out how to separate the good advice from the bad. In other words, there are some internet myths no pregnant woman should ever believe. Like, ever. And even if you don't believe them, knowing what they are can make your 40 (give or take) weeks much more enjoyable.
It's important to note, however, that most of the items on this list are only OK assuming that you're having a healthy pregnancy with no complications. And of course, the best source for what's safe for you, especially when you're pregnant, is always going to be your doctor.
With that in mind, here are nine things that are much safer for pregnant women than most people (read: internet) would have you believe.