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Corn is safe for consumption during pregnancy. It helps prevent cardiovascular disease, constipation, and especially boosts baby's brain development. It is also good for your and baby's skin.
After giving birth, you can continue to include corn in your diet. It can help with that notoriously hard first bowel movement and improve memory and vision.
If you're breastfeeding, add some corn to your diet to improve your digestive health, prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, and provide energy for you to continue nursing.
Your baby can eat corn as early as when he/she is 6 months old. The nutrients in corn can improve baby's visual development and immunity. Boil well until the kernels are soft to make it easier for baby to eat.