Is it safe to have Mustard sauce during pregnancy?

Yes, with caution

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Can pregnant women eat mustard sauce?

Mustard sauce - also known as 

Dijon, classic yellow, Classic yellow mustard, Pinot Noir mustard, Honey dijon, honey mustard, Habanero mustard.

Mustard sauce is a condiment made by crushing mustard seeds and mixing them with various spices. No doubt, this spicy-sweet sauce adds flavor to your food and goes with a variety of dishes.

Moving on to whether this sauce is safe during pregnancy or not?

Yes, the mustard sauce can be eaten by pregnant women. Overall, all kinds of mustard be it yellow, brown, black, or white are considered safe during pregnancy.

However, you may still want to watch out for excess consumption of mustard during pregnancy as it can lead to throat irritation, fatigue, and even miscarriage if consumed in excessively high amounts. Also, be on the lookout for the kind of food you are using it with, some foods such as hotdogs that go with this sauce carry their own set of risks.

Overall, within appropriate limits, it is safe to use mustard sauce during pregnancy.

Good source of
magnesium, iron

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