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Is it safe to have Port De Salut during pregnancy?

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What are the benefits of having Port De Salut during pregnancy?

Port De Salut - also known as 

Port Salut, Port du Salut
What are the benefits of having Port De Salut during pregnancy

Yes, it is safe to eat Port De Salut cheese during pregnancy as it made with pasteurized, cow milk. It is also an excellent source of calcium, vitamin A and vitamin B12 and hence, is beneficial for expectant mothers. Vitamin A is important for the embryonic growth of the foetus. It is particularly essential during the final trirmester of pregnancy as it helps with post partum tissue repair. Calcium is required for the bone development of the child. Vitamin B12 alongwith folic acid helps in preventing spina bifida and other spinal and central nervous system birth defects in the baby. Hence, women can enjoy Port De Salut in their salads and platters during pregnancy.

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Calcium, Folate, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Phosphorus, Potassium, Riboflavin, Selenium, Sodium, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Zinc

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