Question: What food should we avoid if we are breastfeeding?
Answer: The breast feeding rule says you can have everything, but in moderate quantity.. You need to avoid junk, greasy, spicy and outside food completely.. For sometime, it will not cause any adverse effect on your health, but it will affect your child's bowel movements..
Question: What food we should avoid in 3rd month pregnancy
Answer: Hi.. Dear you can start your morning with calcium rich yogurt, cheese, fortified orange juice, sesame seeds bread, almonds, figs or scrambled tofu.. Oatmeal, spinach omelettes, peanut butter..
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.
As far as fruits are concerned you can have APRICOT is a rich source of (vitamin A, C, E), calcium, iron. All of these nutrients help in the baby's development and growth. Iron can prevent anemia and calcium helps bones and teeth grow strong... ORANGES are great for keeping a person hydrated and healthy. Vitamin C present in It, can help prevent cell damage and assist with iron absorption.
MANGOES are rich in vitamins A and C. POMEGRANATE can provide pregnant women with plenty of vitamin K, calcium and folate, Nutrient-dense pomegranates are also a good source of energy, and their high iron content helps prevent iron-deficiency... GUAVA contains a varied combination of nutrients, making it ideal for pregnant women. Eating guava during pregnancy can help to relax muscles, aid digestion, and reduce constipation... In addition to these you can also have bananas, berries and apples all of these fruits are nutritious and good for both mum and baby..
Question: What food we should avoid
Answer: Try to avoid packaged, ready to eat and fried, junk food items. This is not good and the chemicals can be harmful. Also avoid pineapple and unripe papaya, otherwise have everything in moderation.