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Is it safe to have Jerusalem artichokes during pregnancy?

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How safe are jerusalem artichokes for pregnant women?

Jerusalem artichokes - also known as 

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How safe are jerusalem artichokes for pregnant women

Jerusalem artichoke can be eaten during pregnancy and even after birth, as it helps the production of milk during breastfeeding. However, pregnant women should eat jerusalem artichokes with caution as excessive use can cause diarrhea, abdominal pain, intestinal gas and bloating.

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Iron, Potassium, Vitamin B3
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