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Question: 3 din hue h mera c section s baby girl hue mujhe mere diet list m ky ky khana chahiye

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Answer: Best Diet After C Section..... Drawing a diet plan, with what to eat after caesarean delivery and what to avoid, can be tricky and should be planned carefully. The diet should be a mix of foods which will supply essential nutrients in current quantities to the mother. Listed below are items which should be included in a mother’s food after C section for speedy recovery and nutrition fulfilment: Protein, Minerals and Calcium Rich Food... Proteins help in the growth of new tissue cells which fasten the healing process. Food items rich in protein facilitate repair of tissues and maintain muscle power post the surgery. Calcium, on the other hand, helps in strengthening bones and teeth, relaxation of muscles, aids blood coagulation and prevents osteoporosis. During breastfeeding, 250 to 350 mg of calcium is transferred to the new-born baby. Low-fat dairy products such as skimmed milk, low-fat yoghurt, cheese, beans and dried peas are excellent reservoirs of proteins and vitamins. Pulses are rich in protein content..... Sesame seeds are rich in iron, copper, calcium, phosphorous and magnesium. Whole Grain Foods..... Whole grain foods such as pasta, brown bread and brown rice should form a part of your diet as they are rich in carbohydrates which help to maintain energy levels and breast milk production.  Vitamin Rich Foods..... Vitamins are rich in anti-oxidants and help in repairing tissues. Vitamins assist production of collagen in the body which help in building new scar tissues, ligaments and skin. Vegetables like broccoli, spinach and fenugreek leaves are good sources of vitamins A and C, dietary calcium and iron. Vegetables and fruits like oranges, papayas, watermelons, strawberries, grapefruits and sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin C, which helps in combating infections and strengthening immunity. Fibre Rich Foods..... Fibre is a necessary nutrient which is required to avert constipation and ensure hassle-free bowel movements. Constipation can delay the healing process by putting pressure on wounds and incisions. Raw fruits and vegetables add roughage to the diet and help to relieve from constipation. Oats and Ragi are high in fibre content and also rich sources of carbohydrates, calcium, proteins and iron. Lentils, green grams and pulses can also be included in the diet for their protein and fibre content. Easy To Digest Foods.... The body accumulates excessive gas after giving birth. Mothers should be careful not to eat food items that cause gas and constipation. During the period after C section, you should avoid consumption of junk food and carbonated drinks and consume food items such as soup, cottage cheese, broth, yoghurt and other items which are easily digested by the body. Iron Rich Foods.... Iron helps to maintain haemoglobin levels and regain blood lost during the delivery process. Iron also aids in the functioning of the immune system. Food items such as egg yolk, red meat, oysters, beef liver and dry fruits are a rich source of iron.  Fluids.....  such as coconut water, low-fat milk, non-citrus juices, herbal teas, buttermilk and soup are a good source of essential nutrients. You should also consume 8 to 10 glasses of water daily. Liquids such as calcium-fortified drinks, low-fat yoghurt and milk improve your breast milk supply, which is an essential component of the baby’s daily diet. Caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea and energy drinks should be avoided as they can enter the breast milk and affect your baby’s sleep. Dairy Products..... Low-fat dairy products such as skimmed milk, low-fat yoghurt and cheese provide a good dose of protein, calcium and vitamins B and D. These minerals are essential for nursing mothers, and at least 500ml of dairy products should be consumed daily. Vegetables and Fruits..... While all fruits and vegetables are beneficial for new mothers, green veggies are especially good as they are loaded with vitamins, iron and calcium. Besides beans, spinach and broccoli, it is a good idea to include lotus stems and fenugreek in a meal plan. Mushrooms and carrots are good sources of protein for vegetarians. Breastfeeding mothers can benefit from the antioxidant properties of blueberries and the goodness of vitamin-c rich citrus fruits. Other Foods to Include in Diet.... Besides the foods listed above, including many of the spices, and condiments which are a part of Indian cooking help a new mother cope with the physical demands childbirth puts on her. Cumin, fenugreek, turmeric, ginger and garlic, and carom seeds (ajwain) are some spices which have medicinal properties. While some like ajwain are antibacterial and antifungal, others like turmeric help reduce inflammation. Which Foods to Avoid After Caesarean Delivery?. Avoid spicy food as they can cause gastric trouble and the baby might also get the flavour in the milk..... Carbonated drinks and citrus juices should not be consumed as they can cause gas...... Consumption of caffeinated drinks such as coffee and tea should be restricted as these are diuretics and the caffeine can cause problems in baby’s growth..... Alcohol should be avoided as it can interfere with the mother’s ability to breastfeed and impair baby’s growth and development. Stay away from foods that form the gas. Food items such as urad dal, chola, chawali, rajma, channa, besan, pickles, green peas, dry peas and vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, bhindi, broccoli and onions should be avoided for at least 40 days from the day of delivery. Cold and uncooked food should be excluded from the menu..... Fermented, fried and fast food should be avoided completely..... Avoid ghee and rice for the first 3-4 days after a c section.
Answer: Hello dear congratulations for little angel. New mothers face excess gas after giving birth, so you should be careful not to eat foods that cause gas and constipation. Avoid carbonated drinks and fried foods, which produce gas. Eat fiber rich foods to stay away from constipation. Warm soups can be easily digested, and are nutritious as well. Cottage cheese, broth, and yogurt are also good. Proteins aid in the growth of new cell tissues and help in the healing process. You can eat fish, eggs, chicken, dairy foods, meat, peas, dried beans, and nuts. These foods are easily digestible, especially during your nursing time. Fish contain omega-3 fatty acids, and eggs provide zinc which is beneficial for your health. Vitamin C speeds up the recovery process .You can include lots of fruits and veggies like oranges, melons, papayas, strawberries, grapefruit, sweet potato, tomato. Iron is essential to maintain hemoglobin levels and regain blood that you have lost during the delivery process. Also, it aids in the functioning of the immune system. Iron-rich foods include egg yolk, red meat, oysters, f beef liver, dried beans and dry fruits.  Calcium aids in the relaxation of muscles, strengthens bones and teeth, prevents from bone  pain.
Answer: Hello ma'am , Congratulations, Aapki baby c- section ke through hui hai to aise me aapko apna jayeda khayal rakhne ki jarurat hai , khas Kar khane pine chalna firne ka . Aapko iss samay achhi deit Lene ki jarurat hai jisse aapke body ko energy mile aapke baby ke liye bhi achha ho or aapko jaldi thik hone me help kare :- 1) protein , calcium and mineral rich food . 2) whole grains food 3) vitamin rich food 4) fibre rich food 5) easy to digest food 6) iron rich food 7) fluids 8) dairy products 9) green vegetables 10)fruit and fruit juice Thanku
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