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Why not?: Your question was incomplete. You are "only one month"? I can't figure out that bit. But horseradish is not normally a problem, unless you don't like it. Why would it be for you? Here is a summary on the medical effects by NYU-Langone Medical Center, a great website on alternative medicines, where the .available evidence is summarized and analyzed for validity.
Depends on part!: The reason for the contradiction is that the root (the part that is usually eaten) is not high in Vit K (only 2 mcg per 100 grams which is over 3 ounces) whereas the leaves contain 123 mcg per 100 grams- but I don't know anyone who eats horseradish leaves. I advise those on Warfarin to take low doses of Vit K- see http://www.lef.org/magazine/2007/6/report_vitamink/Page-01
Is horseradish mustard safe to eat during pregnancy? I'm 7.5 weeks and had some on my burger. Was that ok?
Yes.: It's safe. The burger itself is more dangerous if it's not cooked thoroughly.See 1 more doctor answer
No: Horse radish will not have any effect upon a benign inflammatory growth originating in the lateral wall of the nose.
I am 19 weeks pregnant and I was wondering if it is safe to eat cocktail sauce now, because' it contains horseradish.?
Horseradish: Enjoy your cocktail sauce; it's ok.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am 11 weeks pregnant & I was wondering if it is safe to eat snyder's honey mustard onion pretzels, cause it does contain horseradish powder.?
Yes: You shoud be fine, but snack in moderation.See 1 more doctor answer
I am 7 weeks pregnant & read that there is horseradish in shrimp cocktail sauce & it can cause a miscarriage, is this true?
Smile..er Cheese :-): Assuming no allergies have been plaguing your child, table foods are usually started at 8 to 9 months of age. While baby foods are introduced at about 6 month of age, real honest to goodness table foods are delayed until we know the child is able to chew and swallow well. Cheese is good for kids. Small amounts are started then increased as the child is able to tolerate more volume.See 1 more doctor answer
Cheese: Cheese can be introduced between ages 8-10 months. Make sure pieces are smaller than your baby's finger (also size of baby's trachea) to decrease choking risk. Careful also with melted cheese as it may also be a choking hazard. Consider also adding yoghurt at this age. However wait until 1 year of to add whole milk as a replacement for breastmilk or formula.
Food Questions: We do not endorse products here on this app. There are probably a hundred different versions of 'low fat' cheese. I advise my patients that any product 'low fat' should be avoided since many of them use high content fructose corn syrup to thicken up the product and sugar is the enemy to health. Using the natural products in the percentage that is a healthy diet is always the best plan.
Interesting question: Cheese allergy is typically an allergic reaction to milk or less likely the mold that was used to make real cheese like roquefort (blue cheese). I suspect processed cheese has minimal mold exposure. The heating of foods including milk products can break down (denature) the proteins and potentially make it less allergenic. An allergist could assist in testing to help sort this out.