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Is it safe to have Mothbeans during pregnancy?

What are the benefits of having mothbeans during pregnancy

What are the benefits of having mothbeans during pregnancy?

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Mothbeans - also known as 

Mat bean, moth bean, matki, Turkish gram, dew bean.,
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There are innumerable reasons for including mothbean in your pregnancy diet. Firstly, it is a great vegetarian source of protein. The American Pregnancy Association recommends pregnant women to have a daily intake of 75-100grams of proteins, a nutirient that aids the production of iron, which is a vital nutrient needed during pregnancy. And, mothbeans can help you achieve your dietary requirement of proteins. Pregnant women are advised to supplment themselves with an adequate amount of protein during the last two trimesters, as that is the period when the foetus grows rapidly.

Good source of
Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Protein, Sodium, Zinc
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