The use of sesame in pregnancy inflames the controversy among nutritionists around the world. On the one hand, the spice is a storehouse of calcium and other useful elements.
On the other hand, sesame continues to be a source of esters and extractive components that are highly tolerated by the body. The ancient practice of Ayurveda and everyone carried the seeds to “hot” dishes that can generate heat in the abdomen, causing a miscarriage or premature delivery. So it is generally advisable not to eat during the first three to four crucial months of pregnancy.
Sesame during pregnancy
Modern medicine has found no evidence of the danger of sesame, however, it is necessary to use it in reasonable doses and only in the absence of contraindications.
Tiny seeds and its oil have many useful components for the health of the mother and child:
- Vitamins of various groups…