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Question: My 9 month going to start.. diet chart for me... can i hv dry fruits

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Answer: Drink 10-12 glasses of water a day. One or two stuffed paranthas with yoghurt. Make sure to add handful of almonds and cashew nuts in your diet. Eat fresh whole fruits rather than taking juices. Salad with every meal. Wheat bran, rice bran, brown rice and wholegrain cereals. Root vegetables like onions, yams, potatoes and rye bread. Fruits like apples, pears, bananas, berries, and green leafy vegetables. Oily fish, such as salmon. If you are vegetarian, take fish oil supplements. Eating well during the last trimester of pregnancy is extremely important, as baby is fully developed and prepared for its birth. Increase your consumption of cucumber, radish, carrot and green, yellow, and red pepper strips; and green leafy vegetables. Vitamin C strawberries, lemonade, broccoli, amla juice, orange, mango. Dry fruits dates, figs ,almonds, walnuts ,apricot or raisins daily. Avoid junk food, spicy and oily food.
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