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Is chloride safe for pregnant women or nursing mothers?

Chloride has not been shown to have a negative effect on pregnant and breastfeeding women. In fact, the recommended daily dosage for women who are pregnant or nursing is often higher than that of women who have neither condition. Consult with your doctor to determine exactly how much you should be ingesting if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Chloride is a vital ingredient in body fluids that helps to ensure the health of the mother and unborn child.

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