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Answer: Hello dear... During pregnancy your diet should contain all nutrients that needed for your baby's development,hope this chart may help... After wake-up milk Breakfast Idly Dhosai Aloo paratha Sevai Veg Poha For sabji use lot of vegetables Prefer veg chutney You can also have sathu mavu porridge Mid morning a bowl of fruits or ABC juice Lunch Roti Rice Sambar Rasam Buttermilk Two veg poriyal include chicken,meat,ess,fish weekly twice Evening snacks Dry fruits,milk, makhana,sundal Dinner Chappati Idly Idyappam Prefer steamed items before bed warm milk
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    Pratima Angadi599 days ago

    But now in the days i dnt like milk.

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