Question: Which food I can eat after my c section delivery?
Dear after delivery,you should have a nutrious diet,follow these diet tips,it might be helpful for you..
Include whole grain ,they are rich in dietary fibre and vitamin b complex,helps in preventing fat deposit,such as brown rice and bread in your diet,which is rich in corbohydrates produces lot of energy and also increase your milk production.
Add more fruits and veggies in your diet ,can have lot of salads,soups,sabji,so that it makes you feel energetic and also include more green leafy vegetables will provide lot of iron needed for your body and also prevents constipation,avoid gas related vegetables like potato,raw banana, because it creates gas issues during breast-feeding
Milk is rich source of calcium,needed during this phase,so atleast drink two glasses of milk daily,can also have garlic milk,helps in increasing of breast milk
It is essential to drink two to three litres of water,will help to flush out all toxin and also stay away from dehydration
You can go for healthy snack option like dryfruits,nuts,riceflakes will also help in milk production
Include lean chicken and lamb (mutton) in your diet will helps in healing the body and also provide more energy needed ,it helps in weight gain of baby too
Avoid oil,spicy ,packed foods, opt for healthy home made foods.
Make a habit of eating 5-6 small meals, don't Starve yourself dear, because this help in reducing gastric issues and it also prevents getting tired and exhausted during this phase
Question: After c section which food i can eat daily?
Answer: Hello dear, Here is a diet plan after c section. You can follow this...
Low-fat dairy products - such as skimmed milk, low-fat yoghurt, cheese, beans and dried peas Whole grain foods - such as pasta, brown bread and brown rice.
Vegetables and fruits - like oranges, papayas, watermelons, strawberries, grapefruits and sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin C,
Oats, Ragi, lentils, green grams and pulses can also be included in the diet for their protein and fibre content. Consume food items such as soup, cottage cheese, broth, yoghurt, egg yolk, red meat, oysters, beef liver and dry fruits are a rich source of iron.
Fluid - such as coconut water, low-fat milk, non-citrus juices, herbal teas, buttermilk and soup are a good source of essential nutrients. You should also consume 8 to 10 glasses of water daily.
Low-fat dairy products such as skimmed milk, low-fat yoghurt, cheese and at least 500ml of dairy products should be consumed daily. Beans, spinach, broccoli, Mushrooms and carrots are good sources of protein for vegetarians.
Besides the foods listed above, including many of the spices Cumin, fenugreek, turmeric, ginger and garlic, and carom seeds (ajwain) are some spices which have medicinal properties.
Avoid spicy food, Carbonated drinks and citrus juices, Consumption of caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea and alcohol , gassy food items such as urad dal, chola, chawali, rajma, channa, besan, pickles, green peas, dry peas and vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, bhindi, broccoli and onions should be avoided for at least 40 days from the day of delivery.
Avoid ghee and rice for the first 3-4 days after a c section.