Angelina Jolie battles gestational diabetes

Filed under: Just For Moms, Your Pregnancy, Celeb Parents, Rumors

A giant battle robot willing to destroy her family homestead to take her out? A hit-man husband ordered to terminate her? Stealing sixty classic high-end cars in one night? None of these are any match for the star of such films as Tomb Raider, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Gone in Sixty Seconds. Pregnancy, however, does not come quite so easy to her.

According to Star magazine, Jolie has developed gestational diabetes now that she's pregnant with twins. As if that's not enough, she's also plagued with edema, fatigue, and continuous nausea. To help with the diabetes, she's been consulting with a nutritionist regularly. (I wonder if Wilford Brimley is available?)

I know that a lot of women go through these issues and they're not easy for anyone. Hopefully, Brad is being as supportive and helpful as possible.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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