31 weeks pregnant mother

Question: is taking one mango per day harms 7 month pregnant lady...i just put mango in water bowl for 2 to 3 hour before eating...

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Answer: No it's safe to eat Don't worry You can eat mangoes and mango shake too It is good source for the growth of baby and also a seasonal fruit Try to avoid mangoes that are ripened with chemicals as they may cause trouble to baby Don't drink water for 30 mts after eating mango if you have to drink take only warm water Drink water boiled with cumin and add ghee and sugar this helps in reduction of body heat improves digestion and stops gas formation and very safe in pregnancy Mangoes are another great source of vitamin C. One cup gives you 100 percent of your recommended daily allowance (RDA). Mangoes are also high in vitamin A. Vitamin A deficiency at birth is associated with lower immunity and a higher risk of complications like diarrhea and respiratory infections. Although rare, it’s possible to get too much vitamin A. Mangoes are a great addition to your pregnancy diet, but eat them in moderation along with a variety of other fruits.
Answer: Rich in fiber foods like mangoes will help prevent constipation. 3. Vitamin C: ... Studies claimed that vitamin B6 can relieve you from morning sickness and nausea that is common during pregnancy. Mangoes are also high in vitamin A. ... Although rare, it's possible to get too much vitamin A. Mangoes are a great addition to your pregnancy diet, but eat them in moderation along with a variety of other fruits. Mangoes are also naturally sweet. They contain more sugar than most fruits (about 15 grams of sugar per 100 grams). This makes them a delicious alternative to cakes and pastries when you're craving a sugary treat.  But because of this high sugar content, you may be advised to avoid mangoes if you have gestational diabetes.  Mangoes are also high in calories. So they may be a good snack for your third trimester when you need the most calories of your nine months, but like with everything, have them in moderation. 
Answer: Hie No it won't harm you or the baby if you have it moderation Having one mangoes alternative day would be safe for you rather than daily as mango is a heat causing fruit and you need to be careful. About it duri g pregnancy
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