Naan 2 month pregnent black dates sapidalama?

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vanakkam penmai:cheer::cheer::cheer:
Am 2 month pregnent. black dates sooda kalapuma. perday yethana sapdalamm. neraya sapta baby black eh perakum sollurangale is it true?
please help me:pray::pray::pray:
 

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ஹாய் friend ,

உங்க பேர் என்னப்பா ?

ப்ரெக்னன்ட் ஆக இருக்குறப்போ , கண்டிப்பா பேரிச்சை பழம் சாப்பிடலாம் (black dates கூட ).

இதனால் , iron சத்து நல்லா கிடைக்கும் .

தினம் ஒண்ணு இல்லன்னா ரெண்டு சாப்பிடலாம் . எந்த உபத்திரவமும் நேராது .

எதையுமே நிறைய சாப்பிட வேண்டாம் .

அடுத்து ஒரு முக்கியமான விஷயம் .

நாம சாப்பிடுற எந்த ஒரு பொருளாலயும் , நம்ம கருவுல already உருவான குழந்தை , கருப்பாகவோ , வெளுப்பாகவோ , மாறி விடாது .

குழந்தையின் நிறம் , gene லேர்ந்து வருவது . உங்கள் குடும்பத்தையோ , அல்லது உங்க கணவர் குடும்பத்தையோ சார்ந்து தான் , குழந்தையோட நிறம் நிர்ணயிக்கப் படுது .

அதை , யாராலும் , எந்த பொருளாலும் , மாத்தவே முடியாது .
 

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Hi Manikarnika!

Congrats for your pregnancy :).

If you like dates, there is no reason not to include them in a well balanced and varied diet. Each date provides 23 calories, and is a good source of carbohydrate, fiber, and potassium, also providing some calcium and iron along with other vitamins and minerals in smaller amounts. Dates do not have significant amounts of fat, cholesterol, protein, or sodium (the same for most fruits).

Hence you can enjoy the Dates very well.

As Jayanthy told, black dates do not play vital role of your baby's complexion. likewise, many people believe that saffron makes the unborn child fair, but it is not true. It's just a myth that saffron with milk is helpful to get a fair baby. There is no evidence to make certain this strong belief.


According to Doctors, saffron does not make any difference in baby's skin colour and it depends upon the cells already developed.

The saffron with milk is good for pregnant women. It helps to improve digestion as during pregnancy, digestion is slow... It depends on genetics.

Heredity plays a big role in what your child will look like.

If you and your husband are fair, then you will likely have a fair child. If you take too much saffron because it increase the heat in the body.

All the best and be happy for a healthy baby :).

 
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what Jayanthy and sumathi had told is right. Dates helps to increase Iron in your body. No wrong in taking this.

Here is a tips to you, take vitamin c rich fruits/foods after taking dates, because vitamin c helps to absorb the iron.
 

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ஹாய் ப்ரெண்ட் வாழ்த்துக்கள்.

நீங்க பால்,மோர்,தண்ணீர் நிறைய குடிக்கணும்.
தயிராய் விட மோர்தான் எளிதில் ஜீரணமாகும்.
பேரிச்சம்பழத்தை அப்படியே சாப்பிடுவதை விட தேனில் ஊறவைத்து சாப்பிடுவது நல்லது.
பருப்பு, மீன், முட்டை இவை அனைத்தும் நல்லதுதான். ஆனால் முட்டையை அவித்து மட்டுமே சாப்பிட வேண்டும்.
கீரை நிறைய சேர்க்க வேண்டும். அளவோடு மாம்பழம் சாப்பிடலாம்.
இவையெல்லாம் எனக்கு என்னோட பாட்டி சொன்னது.
 

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Hi Friend,

Congrats.......

Like Dates,U can Also take
FIG.....(athipazham)

Here some health benefits of fig........

1. Figs have a higher overall mineral profile than any other common fruit or vegetable. They are particularly high in calcium, iron, potassium, and zinc, key nutrients for a healthy pregnancy.


2. The high potassium content of figs may help to control blood pressure and therefore, the hypertension associated with preeclampsia, a dangerous pregnancy condition.


3. The mineral content of figs closely resembles that of human breast milk!


4. Figs have the highest fiber content of any common fruit. Rich in both insoluble and soluble fiber, figs really help to mitigate the constipation so common during pregnancy.


5. Figs contain a proteolytic enzyme that also aids in digestion, which is naturally slowed during pregnancy.


6. Figs are highly alkaline, and therefore alkalizing, which has been shown to help curb cravings. This may help control those less-than-healthy urges that can sabotage a healthy pregnancy diet.


7. Figs are high in vitamin B6, which has long been thought to be beneficial in alleviating morning sickness.


8. Even the leaves of figs are therapeutic: ingesting them has been shown to reduce and even eliminate the need for insulin in diabetic patients. Therefore, ingesting them may help to control or avoid a case of gestational diabetes. Furthermore, this ability to balance blood sugar levels should help to relieve a whole host of symptoms – from morning sickness to mood swings.


9. Dried figs contain significant amounts of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential to the optimal development of the fetus. Consuming ample Omega-3’s during pregnancy is also associated with a lower incidence of pre-term labor and premature delivery.


10. Psoralens, a chemical found in figs, has been used to treat many skin pigmentation problems and may be beneficial in preventing melasma, the “mask of pregnancy”.
 

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