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Is Buttermilk with Fenugreek sees good in gestational diabetes ?

Hi, I have developed gestational diabetes . My MIL advised me to drink buttermilk with fenugreek seeds. But while surfing net i found that these seeds can induce labour. I am now in 32 weeks of pregnancy . Can someone help me out in this regard
Asked On : Wed, 6 Apr 2011
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
yes its true as it is having heat in it u can include 2 hrly frequent meals with lots of raw veg /dals /spruts
avoid starchy foods in ur diet
drink plenty of water
avoid banana/ chikoo/grapes/mango/jackfruit/ custard apple
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OBGYN Dr. Nidhi Sharma Chauhan's  Response
welcome to healthcare magic. there is lot of information on the net, some true and some not so true. to my knowledgethere is no harm if you have buttermilk with fenugreek seeds. you can have it on alternate days if not everyday. if however you feel any discomfort (which i dont think you will) then you can stopp having that and get other alternatives.
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