Yes, it is fine to indulge in desserts or beverages made with condensed milk during pregnancy. Condensed milk is basically a sweetened, concentrated form of milk. This means the milk is boiled to a stage until it thickens. Commercially available condensed milk is often artificially sweetened with sugar.
It is safe to have condensed milk in a well-balanced diet during pregnancy. Being a dairy product, it is rich in nutrients like calcium, potassium, magnesium, vitamin A and vitamin B12. These nutrients are essential for the overall growth of the foetus.
However, given the high sugar and fat content, it is better consumed in moderation.
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