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Question: Diet for breastfeeding

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Answer: hii dear welcome to motherhood. I am sharing u a diet chart for lactating mother   6 to 7 am  1 glass of warm milk Almonds (10 12. soaked overnight) 2 tsp of ajwain (carom seeds)  7 to 8 am 2 eggs omelette + 2 slice bread or  Poha and 1 bowl curd  10 am 1 medium size apple or 1 glass of pomegranate juice  11 am 1 coconut water / Fenugreek (methi) tea  12 to 1 pm 1 bowl of sesame rice  1 bowl of tomato rasam  2:30pm Tulsi tea (Re hydrates your body)  4 to 4:30pm 1 glass of milk 1  sesame (til) laddoo  6 pm 1 bowl of bottle gourd  soup 1 sesame laddoo  8 to 9 pm 1 bowl of paneer chamon methi 2 phulkas  1 salad of your choice  1 tsp of saunf  10 pm 1 glass of haldi doodh 1O soaked almonds 
Answer: Hello dear U can ate: 1. Starchy foods, such as bread, potato, pasta and rice 2. Some dairy produce, such as a yoghurt or a glass of milk . 3. Some protein, such as lean meat, fish, eggs, or pulses. 4. Plenty of fruits and vegetables such as Berries, tomatoes, cabbage, kale, garlic and broccoli.
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