Question: what are the food to eat in 1st semester

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Answer: 1. Green leafy vegetables. 2. Vegetables soup 3. All varieties of pulses. 4. Curd, paneer, tofu, buttermilk. 5. All seasonal fruits except pineapple and papaya. 6. Lots of water. 7. Fruit juices and shakes 8. Bowl of salads. 9. No aerated and caffeinated drinks. 10. No ajinomoto. 11. No gassy foods 12. Protein rich diet. 13. Omega 3 rich foods like walnuts and flax seeds.
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