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Is it safe to have Maraschino Cherries during pregnancy?

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Do I need to be careful while having Maraschino Cherries during pregnancy?

Maraschino Cherries - also known as 

Preserved sweetened cherry, cocktail cherries
Do I need to be careful while having Maraschino Cherries during pregnancy

Maraschino cherries are rich in many nutrients such as calcium and magnesium. A 3.5-ounce serving of these cherries supplies 54 milligrams of calcium and 21 milligrams of potassium. These are key nutrients essential for the growth and development of the unborn baby. And, one or two maraschino Cherries on a pineapple cake or sundae won’t do any harm.
But, too much consumption might lead to a rise in the blood sugar. Additionally, if you have gestational diabetes, bloating symptoms or allergies, then it is best to consult with your doctor before having maraschino cherries.

Good source of
Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium

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