Answer: it's always recommend to have a portion of green leafy vegetables in your diet in pregnancy. Available options spinach, sarso bathua, soya etc.
These vegetables not only taste great on your palette, they are also good for your body. As these have almost zero fat and carbohydrates, are super rich source of digestive fibres.
During pregnancy the digestive system slows down leading to gas, flatulence and constipation. Having these vegetables on daily basis will help your digestive system to function properly throughout pregnancy and post delivery.
Apart from this they are also great source of minerals such as calcium magnesium folate and vitamin A B K, all these are vital for your baby’s development and growth.
So hog on :)
Answer: Do not eat raw sprouts including clover, alfalfa, mung bean, radish, broccoli, sunflower, onion, soybean, and snowpea sprouts. They are highly prone to listeria, salmonella, and E.coli bacteria. As you know, listeriosis could lead to premature birth, miscarriage, stillbirth, and infections in newborns. Salmonella and E.coli can lead to severe illnesses
Cabbage and lettuce (as they carry foodborne illnesses) (
Eggplant (for of its property of stimulating menses which may lead to abortion)