27 weeks pregnant mother

Question: any one pls share ur diet chart from breakfast to dinner... if ur taking roti then how much...just like

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Answer: Everyone's food diet is different dear... it depends on the availability of the kind of food and the body type of the mother... because a diet for 50kg mother will be different and diet for 60kg mother will be different because we should not lose any weight during pregnancy... you can have healthy food in normal quantity and not over-eat... Have small meals throughout the day instead of heavy meals three times... drink fruit juices and have fruits and veggies... 1. 2 glasses of milk daily 2. 2 bowl of daal 3. Curd , salads, buttermilk, 4. Dry fruits 5. Whole grains 6. Seasonal fruits 7. Bowl of veggies 8. 4 litres of water daily 9. Protein rich diet 10. Iron rich diet like spinach, dates, kiwi, carrots, beetroot
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