35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: can i eat gulkand???

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Answer: Gulkand is basically a sweet preserve of rose petals. It is also used as an Ayurvedic medicine. And one can find good quantities of the same in most of the Indian homes. It helps to relieve the problem of constipation in the expecting mothers hence is healthy to eat during pregnancy. But it is extreamly important for pregnant mother to consult their doctor before including gulkand in their diet. For all the pregnant women out there the consumption of gulkand will not pose any harm to the baby or the mother herself. However, one thing which the women need to be careful is that it is sweet in taste. Hence should be avoided in case if they have diabetes.
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    Shivani Gupta1023 days ago

    thnx

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