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Are strawberries bad for you?

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Not really, eating anything more than a certain amount would be bad. Otherwise, strawberries are packed with a number of essential minerals and vitamins such as vitamin A, C, E, D, and K. However, they are low in sugar, protein, fat, calories, and vitamins. So, you may need to switch over to other fruits if your nutritional needs are high.

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Depends on the color or ripeness. Its advisable not to eat raw ones directly or it can lead to indigestion

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I love strawberries and trust me they’re totally safe.

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No, not really if you don’t eat in excess. And I guess there should be a limit to consumption no matter what you eat. If you eat way too many strawberries, there are high chances of you getting diarrhea.

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