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Mums-to-be, grapes are fine to eat. They can help boost your energy, quench your thirst and improve your immunity. They are also good for baby's visual development. Don't eat too many grapes at one go if you have high blood sugar levels.
You can eat grapes in the postpartum period. They can give you much-needed energy and also protect you from infection. They also promote beautiful skin, and may help reduce the appearance of stretchmarks.
Lactating mothers can eat grapes as it gives you nourishment and energy. Don't eat too many grapes at one go if you have high blood sugar levels.
Whole grapes pose a serious choking risk to babies after the age of 6 months. While they are fine to introduce at this age, it is essential you cut the grape lengthwise and even in half again. Grapes aid in your little one's digestion and are good for immunity.