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Is it safe to have Mango during pregnancy?

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Mango - also known as...

Mangoes, Mangifera indica, horse mango, Mangifera foetida, turpentine mango, Banganpalli mangoes,

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Avoid having mangoes if you have gestational diabetes.

Are there any nutritional benefits of having mangoes during pregnancy?

Mangoes are known to be highly nutritional. Pregnant women are usually prone to anemia and having mangoes can lower this risk. Mangoes are an iron-rich fruit and their regular intake can increase the red blood cells count in pregnant women. They also have folic acid that aids the process of fetal development. Mangoes are also rich in vitamin C, a nutrient essential for the overall growth and development of the unborn baby. Hence, mangoes are a good addition to your pregnancy diet.

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Calcium, Folate, Iron, Magnesium, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C

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