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Can you eat choke berries when you're pregnant?

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Yes, you can definitely eat chokeberries during pregnancy. I remember when I was having Dan, 2 years ago, mom always kept a check on the foods I included in my diet. Chokeberries have a high content of vitamin B as well as ascorbic acid so they say it is very helpful on the development of a fetus. I used to have 1 small cup of the berries with some yogurt to make it interesting.

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Chokeberries are bad!!!!!!!!!!! You should first try them and see if you are allergic or not. Research is also suggesting that these berries release a poisonous substance called cyanide into your stomach. Asking your doctor before deciding anything during preganancy is the best way to avoid undesireable consequences.

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