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    Is broccoli really safe?
    My wife is 6 months pregnant and she really like broccoli. Is broccoli really safe for her and the baby.

    Topic: Pregnancy | Asked by: Rajesh | on: 28 Apr 2014
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    Answered by:
    Onlymyhealth Team
    Posted on:
    28-APR-2014

    Broccoli is filled with vitamin A and C and is highly recommended for pregnant women.


    Answered by:
    Onlymyhealth Team
    Posted on:
    28-APR-2014

    Yes, brocccoli is extremely safe for your wife.


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