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Is it safe to have Caraway Cheese during pregnancy?

What types of caraway cheese can pregnant women have

What types of caraway cheese can pregnant women have?

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Caraway Cheese - also known as 

Caraway Brick, Caraway Cheddar, Caraway Havarti, Wisconsin Swiss Cheese, processed cheese mixed with caraway seeds,
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Make sure the caraway cheese belongs to the hard or semi-hard variety

Pregnant women can have all types of hard, caraway cheeses like swiss, cheddar, gouda and emmental in a regulated amount during the 9 months. They can also have semi-soft cheeses made with pasteurized milk that are cooked at high temperatures. However, since the excess of consumption of caraway seeds can lead to miscarriage and premature labour, it is recommended that you consult your doctor before including any type of caraway cheese in your diet.

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Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C
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