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Question: Can I eat dates?I'm 18 week pregnant.

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Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy.Dates are very rich source of iron and very healthy food during pregnancy. They give you energy instantly. Date jam and date syrup home made can be your best partners as they can be eaten with different kinds of foods and very handy for working women. They help to increase your weight. Take care
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