Is it safe to have Pitanga (Surinam-Cherry) during pregnancy?

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Are there any nutritional benefits of having pitanga during pregnancy?

Pitanga (Surinam-Cherry) - also known as 

Eugenia uniflora, Brazilian cherry, Cayenne cherry, Cerisier Carré
Are there any nutritional benefits of having pitanga during pregnancy

Pitanga is a a fruit native to Brazil. In our research, we didn’t come across many sources that discussed the benfits of having pitanga during pregnancy. However, we did come across a plethora of nutritional benefits that may apply to pregnant women as well. As the only recommendations provided by the FDA regarding the consumption of popular fruits is washing and pealing of the outer skin, pitanga can a good addition to your pregnancy diet.
It is rich in vitamin C, a nutrient that helps in boosting immunity in pregnant women. As per a report by the USFDA, a cup of pitanga has nearly 82 percent of carbohydrates. Hence, they are a great source of energy.

Good source of
Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C

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