7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi . Can i start eating badam ??

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Answer: Sure dear you can have all the dry fruit
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Question: Hi when can I start eating dry fruits
Answer: you can eat dry fruits..A balanced diet is the best way to get all the nutrients your body needs to nurture your child. Dry fruits are recommended for pregnant mothers due to their benefits to both mother and child. Almonds are rich in Calcium, magnesium, protein, riboflavin, Vitamin E and should be eaten right in the morning after soaking them overnight and removing their cover. Almonds help in regulating blood pressure in mother and helps in development of brain, teeth and bones of the baby. Dried apricotsare rich in Fiber, Vitamin A, Copper, Vitamin E content which prevents constipation and boosts the immune system. Dry berries are rich in antioxidants and Dried Figs are rich in fibers. Especially, prunes in the evening could help people with bloating, constipation etc.
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Question: can i start eating kesar?
Answer: yes dear you can start now. Kesar is safe and very good in pregnancy in milk. But use saffron in moderation, especially when you're pregnant. saffron may reduce blood pressure and mood swing. Traditionally, saffron is believed to be healing in nature. It's commonly used as a muscle relaxant. It may help relieve stomach pains too. it also improve digestion and increase hunger. You can start taking saffron milk at any time during your pregnancy. Milk is a great source of proteins and calcium. It is best to add just one or two threads of saffron to a glass of milk during pregnancy. It is also safe to use a few strands of saffron in your cooking. You can use kesar to flavour biryani, kheer, lassi and other foods.
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Question: I am 28weeks pregnant woman with GDM. So far I was not eating any dry fruits. Can I start eating dry fruits like figs, badam,raisins, anjeer ,walnuts?
Answer: Nuts contain plenty of important nutrients that are particularly essential during pregnancy. yes you can eat nuts in gestational diabetes. ♦Nuts are a rich source of vitamin B and E. ♦Nuts are a good source of fat. ♦Nuts such as peanuts, almonds, cashews and walnuts are high in fat and are good sources of minerals and vitamins. ♦Nuts can be a good choice when you are looking for healthy snacking options. amount of nuts to eat during pregnancy should be limited so that it may lower the risk of your child becoming allergic nuts.
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