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Question: Hi I am 13 weeks pregnant n weight is increasing like anything it's 103 kg now. What should I do

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Answer: Hi I really the women during pregnancy games about 1.5-2 to kilos of weight every month so accordingly you should calculate if you feel that the weight is gaining more than it is within the range then you should conserve this to the doctor you should have a healthy food you should maintain your diet in such a way that it is provided a very good nutrition to the body but at the same time it does not lead to the excess weight increase for you so you should have low dairy products you should have 10 to 12 glasses of water take more fibrous food eat something like every 2 hours include proteins in your diet avoid fried food oily food select a healthy snack leg roasted Makhana snacks and 3 to 4 servings of fruit in the day which will help to give you nutrition as well as help to maintain your weight
Answer: Avoid excessive sugary or fatty foods as these contain empty calories and, although tasty, don't help keep your weight stable.Eat lots of fruit and vegetables with lean meat or fish.Remember that potatoes and bread are not fattening until you put butter on them.Brown or wholemeal bread is more filling than the white variety, as is brown rice compared to white.Alcoholic drinks are best avoided as they are not recommended for either mother-to-be or baby – fruit juice with sparkling mineral water is a good alternative.If you feel an attack of the nibbles coming on, opt for dried fruit and a glass of water, this will help fill you up and avoid constipation, which is a common side effect of pregnancy.
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