Question: What is good to eat during 4th month of pregnancy?
Dear in pregnancy, healthy diet will give you healthy baby, follow these tips, it might be helpful for you...
Take folate rich foods that includes green vegetables, lentils, chickpeas..
Intake of wholegrain,millets , cereals will also help
Eat lot of vegetables and fruits which haslot of nutrients
Eat nuts, dates,dryfruit as snacks,you can also have makhana
Avoid caffeine,sugar,packed foods,pastries too
Eat home made food than food brought outside
Stay yourself hydrated, drink three litres of water a day, you can add fresh juice too
If you are a non vegetarian, chicken, egg,meat is best option you can have it weekly twice,other meat weekly once
Drink two glasses of milk daily, good for bone health
Intake of fruits and vegetables,will give you lot of nutrients needed during this phase,avoid constipation,and it helps in yielding a healthy baby,can have more water content veggies like raddish, cucumber,white pumpkin,celery, cauliflower,cabbage, bottle guard,which helps you to stay hydrated, can also have beetroot,carrot,beans, cauliflower, drumstick,green leafy vegetables,which increases iron content in your body
fruits are rich source of energy,you can have apple,pears,guava, pomogranate,chikoo,grapes, they contain lot of fibre, minerals and vitamins, which is needed during pregnancy,you can eat dryfruits at anytime as snacks but the best time to eat dryfruits is early in the morning,soak them overnight and have it,but have it in moderation because they has high calorie content than the fresh one,having nuts and dryfruits in pregnancy is very essential because they promote lot of health benefits to you and your baby,it also componsate the nutritional needed for pregnancy,regular intake of dryfruits will relieve you from Anemia and constipation
Question: Hi now iam 4th month pregnant can I eat banana
Answer: yes you can eat banana..this can be overcome by regular intake of diet rich in iron and iron rich fruits and vegetables.
Banana is one of the great sources of iron which every woman should consume. Doing so will accelerate iron in body, by producing haemoglobin and reducing anemic symptoms.
Constipation becomes all the more problematic for a pregnant lady, who struggle for a regulated gastrointestinal symptom while pregnant.
This is essential as banana contains fibres which enable smooth bowel movement and easy movement of stools from your body.
It is common knowledge that calcium is essential for the development of bones and skeleton system in children as well as adults.
This miraculous fruit called banana is a rich source of calcium.
Question: Hi I am 6 weeks pregnant.. kindly suggest what to eat during evening and night for good nutrition
Answer: Hello lovely lady, I am suggesting you the diet chart which I followed, hope this will help you as well. All the best! Stay healthy.
1. Pre-Breakfast Snack:
A glass of plain cow’s milk
Bowl of fruits
Wheat rava upma with lots of vegetables
Poha with lots of vegetables
Whole wheat toast with butter and omelet
Paranthas with fillings of spinach, dal, potatoes, carrots, beans, cottage cheese, cheese with curd
Mixed bean cutlet or patties
Some fruits to go along with the breakfast such as apricots, dates, sweet fig, banana, oranges
Cheese toast or cheese and vegetable sandwich
Rice sevai with lots of vegetables
3. Mid-Morning Snack:
Creamy spinach soup
Carrot and beet soup
Roti with choice of dal, vegetable and a bowl of curd
Parantha with dal and a bowl of curd
Carrot and peas parantha with a bowl of curd and some butter
Jeera or pea rice with raita
Rice, dal and vegetable with vegetable salad
Lemon rice with peas and some vegetable salad
Chicken salad with lots of fresh vegetables or vegetable soup
Chicken curry with rice
Grilled chicken with a bowl of curd
Rice, dal, mint raita and a fruit
Kofta curry with rice
Cottage cheese parantha with butter and vegetable salad
Parantha with sprouted beans salad
5. Evening Snack:
Cheese and corn sandwich
Spinach and tomato idli
Sevaiya with lots of vegetables
Carrot or lauki halwa
Fruit smoothie with fresh fruits such as banana or strawberry
Roasted peanut mixture with vegetables
Cauliflower and peas samosa
A bowl of dried dates or dry fruits
A cup of green tea
Milk porridge with oats, sevaior daliya
Mixed vegetable uttapam
Rice with dal, spinach vegetable, and some green salad
Roti with a bowl of dal, a vegetable of choice and a glass of buttermilk
Mixed dal khichdi with a vegetable curry and a bowl of curd
Vegetable pulaoor chicken rice with a bowl of yogurt
Plain parantha with a glass of buttermilk