Question: 6 month pergency me kya kya Khana chahiye or kin Bato ka dhyan rkhna chahiye
Answer: Hi dear congratulations for your pregnancy. Its happy to know that you are concern about your diet during pregnancy as it will help you both grow healthier.
All women need 10 extra grams of protein a day during pregnancy (for a total of at least 60 grams).
You may take beans, lentils (dals), eggs, sweet potato, meat, spouts, cereals, nuts, fruits, vegetables, dairy products like milk, cheese (paneer), yogurt etc.
You may also take supplements such as fish liver oil, threptin biscuits, Mama’s protein X (with milk) etc.
A Few Tips To Remember While Eating During Your Pregnancy:
Keeping a check on what you eat while you are pregnant is as important as understanding how you should eat it. Here are a few tips that will be of help:
No matter what you want to eat, ensure you consult your doctor first. Something that is healthy for someone else who is pregnant may not be as safe or healthy for you. Your doctor will assess your medical condition and advise you accordingly.
If you feel uncomfortable after eating something, or notice any rashes or redness on your face or skin, make a note of what you ate and keep it with you. Avoid eating it again and speak to your doctor about it.
Do not give up on oil, ghee or butter for the fear of gaining excess weight. A little amount of fat is important for both you and your baby and you should have some each day while you are pregnant. If you are overweight, speak to your doctor about how much fat you can safely include in your diet.
Make sure to have some amount of dry fruits in your everyday diet.
Use salt in moderation, as having too much salt will make your body retain more water, which can further increase your swelling while you are pregnant.
Add fruits to your everyday diet as your body will need the natural sugars that are present in fruits. Avoid eating too much sugar otherwise.
Try to eat at home as much as you can and have fresh homemade food to avoid the risk of infection.
Avoid eating pre-packaged heat-and-eat meals as these are heavily processed and are not a good food choice while you are pregnant.
If you are buying a ready to eat a meal from outside, make sure to read the instructions on the package and also read the best before date so that you can eat it before the mentioned date.
If you are buying a ready to eat meal from outside, make sure to read the instructions on the package and also read the best before date so that you can eat it before the mentioned date.
If you are going to eat outside, check the ingredients that will be used in whatever meal you are ordering. It will help you identify food items that you are allergic to or that your doctor has asked you to avoid eating while you are pregnant.
Make sure that while you are eating out, you choose a place that is clean and hygienic and you have food there before. If you want to eat out at a new place, avoid ordering anything exotic, especially if you are not sure about their kitchen and their overall food quality.
Always inform the chef that you are pregnant so that they are equally wary of what they are making. You can also speak to the chef in person to find out about the ingredients that will be used.
Wash your hands properly before chopping and cooking, as you can always have the risk of getting sick if your hands are not clean.
Do not stay hungry and make sure to eat something or the other after every two hours or so, even if you do not feel hungry. While you are pregnant, you will tend to feel nauseous and may not want to eat at all. However, it is important that you keep eating something, especially if you have vomited, as otherwise you have the risk of getting dehydrated. Keep replenishing your body with liquids such as soups, fresh fruit juices or milkshakes.
To avoid feeling bloated or too full and avoid any nausea attacks, space out your meals to six or seven meal times in the day. Keep the food portions to small portions at each meal time instead of having very big ones.
Do not try to cut down on food while you are pregnant, thinking that it will help you lose weight later. If you eat right and include the right balance of nutrients in your daily diet while you are pregnant, it will help you reduce the baby fat later with much ease.
An Indian diet for pregnant women is rich in all the food groups that will help you be healthy and fat and will also provide your unborn baby with the right amount of nutrition. Make sure you speak to your doctor and plan accordingly.
Question: Muje last month me kya khana chahiye...?
Answer: Diet chart :
1. 2 glasses of milk daily
2. 2 bowl of daal
3. Curd , salads, buttermilk,
4. Dry fruits
5. Whole grains
6. Seasonal fruits
7. Bowl of veggies
8. 4 litres of water daily
9. Protein rich diet
10. Iron rich diet like spinach, dates, kiwi, carrots, beetroot
11. Omega 3 fatty acid rich diet includes flax seeds, walnuts etc.
Question: 5th month me kya khana chahiye?
Answer: Hello dear. Few of the foods to eat when you are pregnant are :
Broccoli and dark, leafy greens.
Dried fruits and
Consume whole grains like whole wheat chapatti, brown rice, oats, whole meal bread etc. Include at least 2 to 3 servings of protein rich foods like milk and milk products, egg, pulses, dal, chicken, fish etc.
Question: Kya sach me nine month me gram chije khana chahiye...?..or gram chijo me bi kya khana chahiye plz bataye...?
Answer: nine month me garm chije khane se delivery normal hone ke chance jayada ho jate he.nine month me aap desi ghee khaye jo aap dono ke liye benificial hai.sath hi ghar ka kam kare kaise ki floor cleaning issme aapko thodi pareshani to hogi but it helps in normal delivery.aur jab aapko Labour pains ho tab aap patla patla desi ghee ka halwa kha kar hi jaye h