Answer: Hello dear..
Yes,you can have pomogranate,it is rich in iron,helps in blood formation,prevent anemia,and also provides digestion
you can have banana,it gives you good colon health as it is rich in fibre,relives from constipation, prevents anemia,and also protects cramps happens during pregnancy,it is best to have one banana in a day during pregnancy, will relieve you from pregnancy related health issues..
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Question: Is the pomegranate is bst in frst trimester and how is kivi in pregnancy time
Answer: Hello dear. Yes you can consume pomegranate juice or fruit. However not suggested everyday. Consuming pomegranate fruit or juice may be beneficial during pregnancy, avoid taking pomegranate extract as it may contain the rind, which can bring on contractions and early labor. Pomegranate juice can be high in calories, so consume it only in moderation. You can also check with your gynecologist before consuming.
The fruit is good for pregnant women.
Since kiwifruit is a good source of folate, which helps brain and cognitive development and prevents neural defects in babies (both before and during pregnancy), it is essential for expecting mothers. However please have in moderation and consult your dieteican before consumption.
Question: Hii... Is eating a banana and pomegranate safe during pregnancy???
Answer: Pomegranate is good for pregnanacy..it helps to increse your HB level..banana is good.but it cause constipation during pregnanacy.
Question: banana is healthy in 7 week pregnancy
Answer: Yes, bananas are good for your health. But avoid eating them at night since it may cause cold. These are the other foods you can eat:
1. 2 glasses of milk daily
2. 2 bowl of daal
3. Curd , salads, buttermilk,
4. Dry fruits
5. Whole grains
6. Seasonal fruits
7. Bowl of veggies
8. 4 litres of water daily
9. Protein rich diet
10. Iron rich diet like spinach, dates, kiwi, carrots, beetroot
Question: it's banana healthy in 2 month pregnancy
Answer: Yes...it contains folic acid..essential for growing fetus...