VIDEOS: Hamamat Breaks Down Why Garden Eggs Is A Great Source Of Nutrition For Pregnant Women

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In a recent video published by a Ghanaian social media personality, and a former Miss Malaika queen, Hamamat Montia, she breaks down the importance of Garden Eggs for pregnant women around the world.

Hamamat is mostly known for her proud village life antics bringing and exposing forth a better and healthier way of living outside the world of fast food, technology, and chemical-filled cosmetics. So there is no doubt during her 3rd pregnancy, the dark-skinned beautiful Ghanaian lady wouldn’t take the opportunity to educate us on her pregnancy experience.

According to Hamamat, Garden eggs is definitely something to consider for a healthier bouncy little baby during the stages of pregnancy. But this is not only a conclusion randomly reached by the Ghanaian beauty, it is also one exposed by nutritionists around the world.

According to doctors…
Garden egg is a natural source of vitamin B’s such as thiamin, niacin, B6 and pantothenic acid that helps the body in the proper use of fat and protein; and also contributes to the nervous system positively. It helps in brain development and also helps in making sure that the immune and nervous system works properly.

They contain a good amount of potent minerals such as folate, manganese, vitamin K, magnesium, vitamin C and copper that help in bone strengthening and general bone health.

Consuming eggplant regularly is highly beneficial in preventing the risk of bone degradation and osteoporosis. Garden egg also contains some amount of iron and calcium aids in reducing the chance of osteoporosis, thereby keeping your bones strong and healthy.

Hence why Hamamat didn’t waste a second to share her love for Garden Eggs with us on her social media platform. In a video published yesterday she captioned….

Garden eggs are Advocates for wellness.

It’s breakfast time and we are having fresh garden eggs from my garden.

What do you call this vegetable in your village?

The benefits of Garden eggs are endless

It is rich in folic acid, folic acid and iodine, which is essential for the baby’s good brain development.
A healthy heart is very important for pregnant women. Studies have shown that garden egg is enriched with fiber and pectin, which can remove the exceeding cholesterol and aid the healthy heart.

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