1 months old baby

Question: Can I eat mugdal

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Answer: Hi,yes it is a rich source of protein and should be taken during pregnancy and even while nursing.
Answer: No moong dal is hard to digest ......baby ke pet me gas hota hai so avoid moong dal
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