31 weeks pregnant mother

Hii Mam, I am 31 weeks pregnant. can I eat chilled banana? Is it any harm for baby. Please tell me

Hllo dear u r 31 weeks pregnant dear banana s safe in pregnancy ..Bananas are another good source of potassium. They also contain vitamin B-6, vitamin C, and fiber. About half of all women experience constipation during pregnancy. ... a low-fiber diet. But don't take chilled banana nd take banana in day time otherwise it can cause cough nd cold .
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