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Question: Diabetes spiked in pregnancy... Which diet should I follow?

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Answer: Hello lovely lady, you should be very careful about your diet as it will help you to keep gestational diabetes on the bay. Diet Plan for Gestational Diabetes Early Morning : (7.00 Am) Kesar and cardamom + cinnamon flavored Milk(1 glass) Whole Wheat Rusks(2 pieces ) Soaked Almonds (6 pieces) Breakfast (9.00 Am) Besan/ Mung dal chilla with chopped Palak and grated carrots – (2 medium sized) Curd1 Soup Bowl(1 Soup Bowl) OR Egg Omlette(2 No.) Toasted Brown Bread (2 slices) OR Vegetable oats upama (1 soup bowl) 11.00 Am Apple /Guava / Pomegranate (1 medium size) 12.00 Pm Coconut water / Lemonade (1 glass) LUNCH(1.30 Pm) Quinoa / Brown rice pulav with veggies (carrots , beans, capsicum , onions etc )- 1.5 soup bowl Dal tadka / Fish curry(1 soup bowl) sliced cucumber (1 medium) sliced tomatoes(2 medium size) (2.15 pm )Post Lunch walk (15 mins ) 2.30 Pm Buttermilk(1 glass) 4.30 Pm Tea(1 cup) / Milk Wheat and methi Khakara (2 medium ) 6.00 Pm 2 Table spoon – Museli / wheat flakes / oats bite (avoid the sugar coated cereals ) 1 bowl milk 1 /2 apple with the peel evening walks (15 mins ) 7.30 Pm Vegetable soup / Chicken soup(1 soup bowl) DINNER (8.00 Pm) Multi-grain roti with ghee (1 tsp )(2 medium size) Palak paneer veg(1 bowl, home made) Koshimbir / salad(1 bowl) (9.15 pm )Post dinner walk (15 mins ) 10.00 Pm Milk(1 glass) Soaked Almonds (6 pieces)
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