Question: My son is now 6 month old what diet chart should i follow
Answer: Hello dear. Here are a few foods that you can give your 6 month old:
Breastmillk plus Rice Cereal.
Apricot Puree 6 to 8 months
Hope this information was helpful.
Question: My son is 4 years old what diet i should follow for him
Answer: Healthy options include fresh vegetables and fruits, low-fat dairy products (milk, yogurt, cheeses) or dairy substitutes, lean proteins (beans, chicken, turkey, fish, lean hamburger, tofu, eggs), and whole-grain cereals and bread.
For example, girls ages 4 to 8 often need 1,200 calories daily if they are sedentary, 1,400 to 1,600 calories if they are moderately active and 1,400 to 1,800 calories a day if they are regularly active.
A well-balanced diet that includes all the food groups allows for optimal growth and development of a four year old. Children this age need 4 to 5 ounces of grains, 1 1/2 cups of vegetables, 1 to 1 1/2 cup of fruits, 2 cups of dairy and 3 to 4 ounces of protein sources like meat or beans daily. A slice of bread; half of an 8-inch tortilla; 1 cup of cereal; and one-half cup of oatmeal, pasta or rice are each equivalent to 1 ounce of grain. Half of those grains should be whole grain food such as whole-grain bread or brown rice. Offer fresh fruits and vegetables instead of those canned or frozen in sauces or syrups. Choose low-fat dairy and lean cuts of meat. Offer small portions at each meal and snack so you don’t overwhelm your child.
It’s difficult for small children to get enough calories in just three meals a day. Snacks help fill in the gaps, so make sure they are healthy snacks. Cheese and crackers; fruit and yogurt; vegetable sticks such as carrots, sweet peppers, broccoli or cauliflower; peanut butter on whole-grain bread; or crackers are examples of healthy snacks. Offer snacks a couple of hours before a meal so your child is hungry at meal time. Having regular meal and snack times prevents grazing and the possibility of overeating throughout the day.
Question: Am carrying so what diet should i follow
First three months of pregnancy are little crucial we need to take extra care during the first trimester so it is advisable to follow a healthy diet. Eat 5 to 6 meals in a day. Include more and more of veggies, fruits ,dals. Vegetables like green leafy veggies,beans,beetroot. Beans like red beans , black beans, kidney beans. For vitamins and protien include citrus fruits, broccoli spinach, soyabeans egg etc. Have as much as water u can take include juices , soups (avoid ajinomoto) and coconut water.
Along with this you can start folic acid tablets after consulting your doctor.
You can also do exercise ,very good during pregnancy but extra care should be taken. Yoga ,walking swimming and another flexibility exercise can be done.
Try not to over exert your body during exercise.
Walking is one of the simplest and safest exercise pregnant women can do. Try to go for a walk for half an hour or so along with exercise it will ellevate your mood also.
Avoid jumping as it increase the pressure on abdominal muscle
Before doing yoga u should always consult your doctor as it depends on your baby's position in the womb. Never ever try yoga without your doctor's consent.