Is it safe to have Mustard Spinach during pregnancy?

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So there are no problems with eating mustard spinach during pregnancy?

Mustard Spinach - also known as 

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So there are no problems with eating mustard spinach during pregnancy

Absolutely not. Mustard spinach are greens that come loaded with several essential nutrients. Folate, an essential nutrient during pregnancy, is present in good amounts in mustard spinach, preventing neural tube defects, such as spina bifida, in the newborn baby. Mustard spinach is also a good source of Vitamin C, which boosts the immunity of both the mother and the baby. Calcium in mustard spinach helps in the development of teeth and bones of the developing baby.

Good source of
Calcium, Folate, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C

17 Fermented foods and pregnancy – from around the world

For over-all gut health improvement, it would be more beneficial for the mother to consume one of these every once in a while. And the proper way to introduce these types of food is by simply taking baby steps for the gut to get used to it. Learn more about safety of popular Fermented foods and pregnancy – from around the world.

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