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Question: hi mera 8th month running hai doctor ne btaya ki baby ka weight thoda km hai aur pani ki matra km hai to plz suggest kare ki uske liye kya diet le

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Answer: Drink lots of water...fruit juice...coconut water and avoid tea and coffee and cold drinks. you can also drink milk and curd. Eat at short intervals and eat healthy .. green vegetables and pulses.
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    Preet Pahuja578 days ago

    and lassi peeo...nimbu pani peeo.....protein powder lelo milk me daal k....daale lo.....ganne ka juice peeo.....bohat options hai....cucumber lo salad me...baki mam ne btaya vo b follow kro.....

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