Question: Mam what i should eat in 7 month
Answer: Hi.. Dear you can start having dry fruits from now on..cashews, almonds , apricots , raisins, dates, walnuts , and pistachios are some dry fruits to eat during pregnancy. Since dry fruits are nutritious, you should aim to include the recommended quantity in your diet each day.
You need to include plenty of fruits and vegetables, protein, fibre and carbohydrates in your diet. Avoid unripe papaya and pineapple. Take folic acid and vitamin supplements if required, for your child healthy development and drink plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated.
Question: What I should eat in 5th month?
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy
I can understand your curiosity.Your diet should be balanced. Take milk twice as it serves calcium needs on daily basis. Include fruits, vegetables, green leafy vegetables in your diet. Curd is best source of calcium and aids in digestion avoiding acidity and gas formation. Food you can take normal diet but avoid spicy and masala food. Except the food you should avoid during pregnancy as pine apple, Jack fruit, papaya, sesame seeds, etc you can have rest all. Take care
Question: What we should eat in 9 month
Dear during third trimester,your body needs essential nutrients,and you gain weight and get ready for child birth,so it is essential to have a nutrious diet, because your body needs more energy and stamina to meet labour,so keep an eye on your diet, follow these diet tips,hope it might be helpful for you...
Include folate rich foods like cereals,legumes,grains and can also have millets too,have more fruits and vegetables in your diet
Make an habit of eating healthy snack option like dryfruits,nuts,makhana,it helps in reducing your carving and also control your weight gain
It is essential to have two to three litres water in a day, don't drink in large amount,sip in a small cup throughout the day will make you feel hydrated throughout the day,can also include soups,juice in your diet,have water rich vegetables like pumpkin, raddish, cucumber, bottle guard and fruits like watermelon,orange,muskmelon,Amla will help to retain water content in the body , because dehydration may leads to preterm labour and it is also not good at this stage
Avoid outside food,prefer to have home made food,and also avoid packed food ,oil fried too
Include lean chicken,egg, meat,which is rich in protein ,which is needed for baby's development
Calcium is essential during this phase,so have two glasses of milk,curd ,paneer,
and you can go for non dairy products,to increase your calcium content ,the non dairy products include ragi, almonds, Greenleafy vegetables,oranges,dried apricots,plums, prunes,soya milk ,tofu,can include this in your diet