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Is it safe to have Onions during pregnancy?

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What makes onions good for pregnancy?

Onions - also known as 

Onion, Bulb onion, Common onion,
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What makes onions good for pregnancy

Eating onions during pregnancy helps detoxify the mother’s body, aiding the safety of both you and your baby. Onions boost the immunity system of the expecting mother and help the development of the baby. It cures constipation, regulates blood pressure, and above all, onions help fight gestational diabetes. It also improves the oral health of the expecting mother and helps cure sore throats during pregnancy.

Good source of
Biotin, Fiber, Folate, Manganese, Phosphorus, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C,
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The importance of having folate in your diet especially during pregnancy still remains unknown to a large fraction of women. Apart from causing the mother ample amount of discomfort, folate deficiency during pregnancy exposes the

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