Try including these foods in your diet
This is an ancient remedy and is being used since generations to improve breastmilk supply. Methi is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, and is a good source of vitamins, iron, and calcium.
Nuts and dried fruits
It is well known that nuts and dried fruits are high on calories, rich in vitamins and minerals, and a good source of essential nutrients. They can be had by themselves or added in several preparations.
Pulses and lentils
Pulses, such as Tur daal and Masoor daal are believed to improve milk supply since ancient times. They are high in protein and contain good amounts of iron and fiber.
Green leafy vegetables
Spinach,sarson ka saag,bathua are a few of the many green leafy vegetables that are rich in iron, calcium, folate, vitamin A and B12 which help to improve lactation. During winters theses vegetables are easily available so make sure you are eating adequate quantity.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Mera waight ni bdh ra...pregncy k pahle b 49 ta 4 th month runnig n abi b 49 kg h.. bche k grwth to ho ri h na??tnsn hti h
Answer: Hii dear first u go for ultrasound and get ur baby checked. Secondly pregnancy weight changes from one pregnant mother to another. An ideal pregnancy weight gain includes 2-3 kg increase in the first 20 weeks then 0.5 kg every week till the baby is due, which comes to around 12 – 14 kg in total. However, it differs in reality due to pregnancy symptoms, body type, individual’s lifestyle etc. Many women tend to put on weight in the first 20 weeks or lose weight due to morning sickness and poor appetite. After 20 weeks, the weight may increase gradually followed by losing 1 or 2 kg prior to labour. On an average, a woman’s overall weight gain during pregnancy ranges between 8 – 20 kg based on her body type and diet.
Question: Mujhe do teen din se kuch b khane ki ikcha ni ho ri h ...bhook hi lg ri..cough sa bn ra h
Answer: Hi, Due to harmonal disbalance you are unable to eat and feeling loss of appetite, it is not a big deal, it happens.
you can continue your diet as earlier. No need to eat extra, only increase water quantity, and take more protein rich diet like dal, meat, egg, fish, dahi, paneer and take your precribed medicines on time.
eat small portions and smaller but more frequent meals, avoid strong-smelling, fatty and spicy foods. take some fruits or juice or any citrus fruits 1 hr before meal. It boosts n even coconut water makes you hungry. keep watching no acid or gas issues there. That decrease appetite.
Question: hey ...mujhe 3 din s vomiting ho ri h kuch b khane ka mn ni kr ra kya kru
Answer: Hello Dear
Congratulations for your pregnancy
Pregnancy mein actually mann kharab rehna,bhookh na lagna, Vomiting hona,kuch sahi se na kha pana normal hai.ye sab body mein harmonal changes ki wajah se hota hai.
Aapko bhookh lage ya naa lage par fir bhi aap thoda thoda karke kuch kuch khate rahein isse aapko khane ka mann karne lagega.
Jo bhi khayein chahe quantity kam lein, Quantity mein dheere dheere sudhar aa jaega. Din mein 3 bari acche se meal lene ki bajaye aap din 6 bari chote chote meal lein.
zayada se zayda paani aur fluids jaise ki juice, milk shakes, coconut water etc. lein. Jiss khanne mein zayada se zayada fiber aur nutrition ho wo aap zayada lein apni meal mein.
Aapka khanna khanna bohot zaruri hai aapke aur aapke baby ke liye so apne baby ke lie thoda thoda khana khayein aapka baby puri tarah aap par dependent hai.Have a safe and healthy pregnancy.
Question: jab m kuch b khti hu to mera dil vomit karne k hota h????
Answer: Nausea is the most characteristic sign of early pregnancy, which is also referred to as morning sickness. Women feel nausea and vomiting which starts from the 8th week of pregnancy and continues up to 12 to 14 weeks of pregnancy. In some rare cases, feeling like throwing up continues throughout the pregnancy. The cause could be the estrogen levels or sudden biochemical changes during pregnancy. It can also be due to deficiency of vitamin B6.
Increase your intake of fluids to curb the feeling of nausea. Recommended liquids include juices, sport drinks and liquids having ginger as ginger provides relief to nausea. Liquid tonics should be taken for upset stomach. Water might be your last choice as it seems not work well for nausea. Drinks with caffeine and acids must be avoided.