Dates can be consumed at any stage of pregnancy. You just have to be careful about the amount you consume.
– In the first trimester, constipation is a common problem and dates help to prevent it, and it is better to eat them in moderation in early pregnancy, especially if you have blood sugar problems or have blood type B.
– In the second trimester, you are at risk of developing gestational diabetes and should ask your doctor’s opinion when planning to include them in your diet.
– In the third trimester, eating Kurma Rotab Mazafati Bam Shah Alam can make your labor shorter and easier. Pregnant women can eat 6 dates from the 36th week, which is four weeks before the delivery date.
– Some women avoid consuming dates during the summer, because some believe that it causes heat and stomach discomfort, but these issues have not been scientifically proven.
Side effects of dates during pregnancy:
Dates do not have any side effects as long as they are consumed in moderation, however, if you eat them too much, they can cause the following:
Excess weight in pregnancy
Increased blood sugar
Risk of gestational diabetes
Tooth decay with poor oral hygiene