6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: What foods is good to health

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Answer: Dear It’s simple, that you have right food that you have to eat less and more often, till you don’t feel that you are starving. And avoid anything that is frozen or having preservatives. No sodas strictly. Drink plenty of water - there ain’t any harm in drinking plenty of water, except for the number of bathroom visits. Also, try to have buttermilk during summer seasons. Drink milk - Atleast 200ml twice a day. I was asked to cut down sugar completely. And was having low fat milk. Eat fruits - Apples, pomegranate ( try to eat everyday), guava, anything that you want to eat but try to avoid jackfruit, pine Apple. Eat food rich in protein - My doctor says that I shouldn’t put on weight, where else baby should put on weight. Eat lots of greens and vegetables - fresh leafy vegetables every single day, try to include drumstick leaves to your diet. Make sure you have atleast one/two vegetables and 1 greens in your mid day meal. Eat Nuts - include walnuts, pistachios, almonds, raisins (I wasn’t allowed though). When it comes to rice - have one bowl of rice and 2 rotis. Exercise - try to walk for 15–30 mins in the beginning. If you can’t walk 30 mins at a stretch, try to walk for 15 mins twice. Do ask your doctor if it's safe for you or not.
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