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Question: Can I eat raw Beatroot (chakunder)?

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Answer: it is avoid better to avoid eating raw vegetables it is better you boil and eat it
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Answer: Hello dear. Yes you can have beetroot, its one of the best foods during pregnancy. However better to have cooked, instead of raw ones. The fetus requires iron to develop which is why pregnant women are advised to take iron supplements. Beetroot juice is one of the best pregnancy juices to help boost iron and also helps in constipation. Take care.
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