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Question: diet to be followed for 6 months old baby
Answer: Hey congratulations finally your baby will be experiencing all delicious foid cooked by you.
Its an overwhelming moment for both mother and baby. As baby will be tasting new array of food, breastmilk will still be major part of his diet.
For intial few days don't expect your baby to finish of his meal. Its just got him to get used to the taste. Always feed one food item at a time. Don't mix sugar or salt to his food. Baby has never tasted it so he ll never know the difference.
Now coming to meal planning-
9-10am Breakfast (apple puree/Banana puree/ragi porridge /oats porridge /Barley porridge/Suji kheer
2-3 pm Lunch (rice/ moong dal/ Carrot puree/Potato puree/Pumpkin Puree/Cauliflower puree/Broccoli puree
For rest of the day give him breastmilk.
Once he is accustomed to the food and all chances of allergy and discomfort is eliminated you can include solids on dinner as well.
Question: What diet should be followed if hypertensive. ??
Answer: Hi, If you have high blood pressure, you should consult your doctor before taking any medicine. You can try this also...
Eat a healthy diet, and especially limit your sodium intake.Take your blood pressure medications the way you are supposed to.
Keep all your prenatal appointments.
Stay physically active, although your healthcare provider may prescribe bed rest if you develop preeclampsia. Do not smoke, drink alcohol, or take illicit drugs. Monitor your weight gain—do not gain too much.
Eating foods rich in potassium balances out any salt you have consumed that has damaged the balance. As well as almonds, foods rich in potassiuminclude bananas, potatoes and green leafy vegetables. Almonds are great for heart health in other ways too....
Indeed, eating a handful - or 30g a day - can lower cholesterol levels by five to ten per cent.
Question: What diet should be followed after delivery
Answer: hello.. diet should be followed after delivery is: include steamed vegetables, with less spices added or no spices, also include milk, cheese, paneer, tofu, oats, include protein and fiber food...also you can take minimum amounts of dal, also eat the foods which promote in the milk production, drum sticks, oats, fennel seed, poppy seeds, garlic, brown rice etc