Question: please send me diet plan during pregnancy
Answer: Message by Priyanka Jha: foods aur diets in 16 week An Indian diet for pregnancy is rich in all the nutritional requirements that both you and your baby need during the pregnancy months. It will help you gain the right amount of weight and will also provide your body the energy it needs to help support your baby as well as keep you healthy and fit and in good shape for the delivery. 1. Milk And Other Milk Products: Include foods such as whole milk or skimmed milk, yogurt, buttermilk, cheese, cottage cheese (paneer). All these food items are rich sources protein, calcium, and vitamin B12 2. Pulses, Dals, Cereals, Nuts And Whole Grains: If you are not a meat eater, include pulses, dals, cereals, nuts and whole grains in your everyday diet to make up for your body’s requirement of protein. If you are a vegetarian, you will need about 45 gm of nuts each day, as well as about a two-third cup of pulses on a daily basis. 3. Fruits And Vegetables: Include lots of fresh fruits and vegetables in your everyday diet as it will help you gain your body’s required amount of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Make sure you have about five servings of each on a daily basis. 4. Fish, Meat, And Poultry: If you eat meat and fish, make sure you include them in your everyday diet as well, as they will provide your body with the required amount of concentrated proteins. 5. Liquids: While you are pregnant, you will need additional liquids to make sure that you are hydrated all the time. Drink as much water and liquids as you can through the day. You can simply have clean and filtered water throughout the day, or sip on infused water with fresh fruits. Avoid going for packaged juices as they are very high in their sweet content. 6. Fats: Eating fats will help your body get the energy it needs to help you support the growing baby as well as prepare your body for the delivery. Vegetable oil is a good source of fat as it has unsaturated fats. Butter and ghee (clarified butter) contain a lot of saturated fats, and hence you should have them in small amounts only. How To Spread Out Your Diet Through The Day: To make sure that what you eat helps your body and also helps you stay interested, spread out your food through the day by following different food ideas. While you are pregnant, it is important to make sure that you first check about anything that you eat or drink with your doctor. Even though the suggested foods are considered healthy, your doctor will be the best person to assess your overall health and give you the go-ahead. Once you have a confirmation, here is how you can spread out the meal plan through the day: 1. Pre-Breakfast Snack: A glass of plain cow’s milkAlmond milkMilkshakeApple juiceTomato juiceDry fruits 2. Breakfast: Bowl of fruitsWheat rava upma with lots of vegetablesPoha with lots of vegetablesOats porridgeWhole wheat toast with butter and omeletVegetable omeletParanthas with fillings of spinach, dal, potatoes, carrots, beans, cottage cheese, cheese with curdMixed bean cutlet or pattiesSome fruits to go along with the breakfast such as apricots, dates, sweet fig, banana, orangesCheese toast or cheese and vegetable sandwichVegetable handvoRice sevai with lots of vegetables 3. Mid-Morning Snack: Tomato soupSpinach soupCreamy spinach soupCarrot and beet soupChicken soup 4. Lunch: Roti with choice of dal, vegetable and a bowl of curdParantha with dal and a bowl of curdCarrot and peas parantha with a bowl of curd and some butterJeera or pea rice with raitaRice, dal and vegetable with vegetable saladLemon rice with peas and some vegetable saladVegetable khichdiChicken salad with lots of fresh vegetables or vegetable soupChicken curry with riceGrilled chicken with a bowl of curdRice, dal, mint raita and a fruitKofta curry with riceCottage cheese parantha with butter and vegetable saladCurd riceParantha with sprouted beans salad 5. Evening Snack: Cheese and corn sandwichVegetable idliSpinach and tomato idliSevaiya with lots of vegetablesCarrot or lauki halwaFruit smoothie with fresh fruits such as banana or strawberryRoasted peanut mixture with vegetablesCauliflower and peas samosaBread cutletChicken cutletChicken sandwichChicken soupA bowl of dried dates or dry fruitsA cup of green teaMilk porridge with oats, sevaior daliyaVegetable daliyaMixed vegetable uttapam 6. Dinner: Rice with dal, spinach vegetable, and some green saladRoti with a bowl of dal, a vegetable of choice and a glass of buttermilkMixed dal khichdi with a vegetable curry and a bowl of curdVegetable pulaoor chicken rice with a bowl of yogurtPlain parantha with a glass of buttermilk Just after following above plan u can get required nutrient during 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, especially while you are pregnant: 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.
Question: Diet plan in first trimester??
Answer: Hello Dear yu need to check about anything that you eat or drink with your doctor.these foods are considered healthy, your doctor will be the best person to assess your overall health. 1. Pre-Breakfast Snack: A glass of plain cow’s milk Almond milk Milkshake Apple juice Tomato juice Dry fruits 2. Breakfast: Bowl of fruits Wheat rava upma with lots of vegetables Poha with lots of vegetables Oats porridge Whole wheat toast with butter and omelet Vegetable omelet Paranthas with fillings of spinach, dal, potatoes, carrots, beans, cottage cheese, cheese with curd Mixed bean cutlet or patties Some fruits to go along with the breakfast such as apricots, dates, sweet fig, banana, oranges Cheese toast or cheese and vegetable sandwich Vegetable handvo Rice sevai with lots of vegetables 3. Mid-Morning Snack: Tomato soup Spinach soup Creamy spinach soup Carrot and beet soup Chicken soup 4. Lunch: Roti with choice of dal, vegetable and a bowl of curd Parantha with dal and a bowl of curd Carrot and peas parantha with a bowl of curd and some butter Jeera or pea rice with raita Rice, dal and vegetable with vegetable salad Lemon rice with peas and some vegetable salad Vegetable khichdi Chicken salad with lots of fresh vegetables or vegetable soup Chicken curry with rice Grilled chicken with a bowl of curd Rice, dal, mint raita and a fruit Kofta curry with rice Cottage cheese parantha with butter and vegetable salad Curd rice Parantha with sprouted beans salad 5. Evening Snack: Cheese and corn sandwich Vegetable idli Spinach and tomato idli Sevaiya with lots of vegetables Carrot or lauki halwa Fruit smoothie with fresh fruits such as banana or strawberry Roasted peanut mixture with vegetables Cauliflower and peas samosa Bread cutlet Chicken cutlet Chicken sandwich Chicken soup A bowl of dried dates or dry fruits A cup of green tea Milk porridge with oats, sevaior daliya Vegetable daliya Mixed vegetable uttapam 6. Dinner: Rice with dal, spinach vegetable, and some green salad Roti with a bowl of dal, a vegetable of choice and a glass of buttermilk Mixed dal khichdi with a vegetable curry and a bowl of curd Vegetable pulaoor chicken rice with a bowl of yogurt Plain parantha with a glass of buttermilk *If you are a vegetarian you may be at the risk of contracting some nutritional deficiency yu need to take supplement as yur doctor prescribed. *folic acid helps control birth defects in your unborn baby *iron supplement will make your body gets the right amount of blood n energy For more help yu can check our web page which have plenty of info tips treats diet for better pregnancy. Take care
Question: 2nd trimester meal plan
Answer: 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