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Though generally considered safe, using rose hip when pregnant warrants caution.
When taken in small quantities, its medicinal properties help improve overall health.
Ensure the safety of this high-protein fish before adding it to your pregnancy diet.
Avoid consuming it since insufficient research is available on its effects on the fetus.
Though available OTC, its use should be strictly under medical supervision.
Sodium citrate, found in antacids, is safe when used after consulting your doctor.
Turnip is rich in fiber, folate, and other nutrients and is safe to eat while pregnant.
Drumsticks, a versatile vegetable, can be safely consumed in moderation during pregnancy.
Washed and clean blueberries offer multiple health benefits for the mother and fetus.
Consuming this tropical delight in recommended amounts can be safe.
Find if expecting mothers can consume this delicious fruit and add it to their pregnancy diet.
Before enjoying fresh lettuce during pregnancy, wash it well to avoid infections.
Indulging in jelly during pregnancy may be alright, but do not consume it frequently.
Mustard seeds offer many benefits, but overconsumption may cause certain complications.
Occasionally indulging in a warm cuppa of ramen during pregnancy may be okay.
Not all fruits are safe to consume when expecting; know if nectarines fall on the list.
Use the sweet-tasting persimmons to add a unique flavor to your meals during pregnancy.
Mangosteen — a sweet, juicy fruit with incredible health benefits for expecting mothers.
Consume this fruit as per your doctor’s advice during pregnancy to enjoy its benefits.
Consuming jamun during pregnancy can be beneficial, but overeating may cause health issues.
Excess consumption of goji berries during pregnancy can cause severe and irreversible damage.
Cabbage has multiple health benefits during pregnancy, but wash it well before consuming.
Know the pregnancy-safe ways to consume this herb and reap its lasting benefits.
Exciting recipes to include the sweet-tasting rambutan in your pregnancy diet.
Like all other herbs, dandelion tea should be consumed moderately during pregnancy.
Wash your celery well to prevent food infections during pregnancy.
This refreshing drink can contribute to your increased dietary needs and overall health.
Pregnant women may use small amounts of dill for cooking but not for therapeutic purposes.