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Question: Whether Almonds d dry grapes can be eaten..
Answer: Dear I take soaked/dipped almonds. They are perfectly fine. I'm not sure about dried grapes. But almonds after being soaked in water overnight and taken in morning before breakfast are good in pregnancy :)
Question: which dry fruits nd fruits should be eaten during pregnancy?
Answer: Dry fruits- walnuts alomnds n black kismis (soaked it all overnight thn eat for best result)
Fruits- all except papaya pineapple jackfruit .. best are orange sweet lime apple
Question: Which Dry Fruits should be eaten during pregnancy?
Answer: Hello dear. Dry fruits contain vitamins, minerals, fibre, and amino acids. They are also good at appeasing hunger making them a perfect snack for pregnant women.
Cashews, almonds, apricots, prunes, raisins, dates, walnuts, and pistachios are some dry fruits to eat during pregnancy. You could eat four to seven pieces of almonds, about four halves of walnuts, two dates, and about eight pistachios at a time.
Try eat your daily dose of dry fruits before midday to help the body absorb the nutrients better.
#Dry fruits are rich in calories which can lead to excess weight gain. So you have to take it in small amounts.
Question: What kind of dry fruits to be eaten during pregnancy
Answer: 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.