Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hello as per i read thr weekly advice i saw that till now i should increase 7kgs of weight but till now i had just increased 5 kgs of weight so is there any issue in it??as m gettung worried for my weight gain.so do suggest..
Answer: Hi,don't worry have a healthy diet that should help you to increase your weight.ideally during pregnancyand a women should put on about 1.5-2 kg of weight every month. If your weight is less you should have a healthy diet Have food rich in proteins like soya and eggs and chicken and pulses Have milkshakes and protein shakes Banana Ghee, cheese Haveilk and milk products Have cereals ,oats and tagged and wholewheat grain. Have food rich in carbs like rice and corn. This will help
Question: Am 8 Week preganant.. i had lost my first pregnancy 4 months before...And i have pcod bt am not taking any medicines..and Now foetus only 6 week growth..So am scared about it..What diet should i take ??
Answer: PCOS have same problem of irregular periods,weight gain. It's a lifestyle health issue and not a disease. So hence Lifestyle need to be changed. No junk food, high sugar consumption is not allowed as in PCOS insulin resistance and whatsoever we eat everything turn into sugar,so consumption of sweet, drinks with high sugar, fatty, maida based food is restricted, try to consume multi grain or millet rotis instead of wheat rotis, rice,pasta,maida avoid, junk food avoid. Add -30 min of exercise everyday be it walk,dance, swimming. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Have dinner early ( one of biggest reason for weight gain late & heavy dinner). Do take vitamin D & folic acid, sit in sun atleast for 10-15 min, flaxseed with luck warm water mrng & night. Increase protein intake. Take lot of water & laugh. Stress is one of reason for hormonal imbalance which leads to PCOS, thyroid.
Question: hii am 8 weeks preganant...i had spotting 2 days before. so i was asked to take bed rest... as i am at home i wish to have tomato soup...can i have knorr tomato & vegetable soup?
Answer: Tomatoes are one of the most vital fruits providing vitamins and health benefits. It is safe to eat tomatoes during pregnancy, but over-eating is not good like with any other food. Tomatoes not only supply vitamins A, C, iron and lycopene, they also promote total body health and help the fetus to grow.