Is it safe to eat wood apple during pregnancy?

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This fruit is fit for consumption during pregnancy since it holds so many benefits. During pregnancy, bael fruit is good for preventing morning sickness and balancing the hemoglobin count thus lowering the risk of developing iron deficiency- anemia. Bael fruit is also known as Bengal quince, wood apple, golden apple, monkey fruit, and elephant apple. Its scientific name is Aegle marmelos.

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Wood apple is a fruit fit for expecting women. It not only helps cure morning sickness as mentioned by Jenna. It also helps reduce childhood wheezing and asthma. Thus, protecting your baby a big way. My mother-in-law, and my husband suffer from asthma. That makes me more cautious regarding asthma problems for my baby.
Recently, I heard from one of my friends who is pregnant that she was asked not to eat bael fruit by her doctor. I think she may have some complications. I guess it is always better to ask your gynac before adding this to your diet. You never know what complications you may face and it’s no longer about you but the tiny world within you! Happy motherhood..

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Yes it is a safe and healthy food during pregnancy. But have in moderation

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Apples during pregnancy prevent the baby from developing asthma later in life. So, apples are a must during pregnancy.

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