Planning for pregnancy

Hello, I have hypothyroid and I want to plan for baby. Please provide me diet plan and suitable guidelines for the same

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Hllo dear u r trying for pregnancy nd have thyroid too .so first u have to control it consult ur dr and take thyroid medicine regularly..U should go 4 walk daily for 15 to 30 min..twice a day...try these remedies also... Take 2 spoon of coconut oil &mix it wit a glass of milk and drink it in night before bed time.., -Vit A s very useful to treating thyroid. ..add vit A rich eggs &carrorts in ur diet..,All B complex Vit are effective to increase thyriod glands..,Take Vit D rich food as Fatty Fish..Orange..Soy milk ..cheese...egg yolk.., Add all salads in.ur diet .as cucumber ..kakri ..carrort etc..,Avoid Calliflower Cabbage Brocoli ..it contains natural chemicals called Goitrogens that can interfere wit thyroid harmone synthesis..
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    Honey Bansal42 days ago

    I had consult my doctor but they didn't prescribe any medication. Also I am vegetarian can you please provide me a healthy diet chart

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