22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: i have heard that eating pomegranate in pregnancy can leads to dark complexion of baby. is it true

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Answer: Hi dear Your diets will never affects babies complexion or skin tone...its safe inside your sac bag and only the nutrients goes to baby via placenta Actually pomegranate are veru good diet during pregnancy as it imoroves blood flow to baby and refreshes your blood cellz...also pomegrate are rich in iron which helps to maintain your HB level which ia important at preganacy and delivery time
Answer: Hello dear, pomegranate juice may help to prevent preterm birth issue, and help to increase hemoglobin during pregnancy. So it's good in pregnancy. And I never heard any relation with baby complaxtion.
Answer: maybe me too heard so but what science says is complexion depends on parents and pomegranate is good source to enhance blood....so u can have it😉
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