“One of the most basic things that you need to concentrate on when you’re pregnant is the diet”
This is exactly what I tell expecting moms who talk to me.
Your food intake determines
Your bloodstream composition – which determines which of the baby’s genes get expressed.
Your gut atmosphere – which determines your metabolic process and ensures both yours as well as your baby’s health.
The important thing items to bear in mind to guarantee the above are –
Avoid toxins – Eat freshly prepared food cooked in your own home. Avoid packaged and processed food.
Make sure that each meal has unrefined complex carbohydrates, top quality proteins, healthy fats, minerals and vitamins, and water.
Consume a good balance of prebiotics and probiotics.
Consume food that’s in your area available, fresh and simple to digest.
Prepare with spices which help in digestion. Avoid spices that irritate the gut.
Prepare in nut and seed oils or ghee.
Avoid restrictive diets that advertise to help keep you thin.
Avoid eating double of the items you normally eat.
Eat small frequent meals. Eat every 2 hrs.
Eat salty, sweet, sour and bitter tastes compared to make sure that your child doesn’t be a picky eater.
The daily diet plan for women that are pregnant
On getting out of bed each morning
Drenched almonds and raisins
Drenched dates and walnuts
Stuffed paratha with curd
Foxtail millet upma
Ragi blueberry pancake
Trail mix using jowar flakes
Paratha with murabba
Moong dal Drumstick curry Grain/roti Curd
Kabuli Chana Pumpkin curry Grain/roti Cucumber raita
Rajma Cauliflower curry Grain/roti Curd
Chawli dal Beetroot stir fry Grain/roti Boondi raita
Kadhi Baigan bharta Grain/roti
Matki dal Bhindi curry Grain/roti Curd
Urad Dal Broccoli stir fry Grain/roti Lassi
Seethaphal milk shake