7 years, 4 months ago mehandiKeymaster
After miscarriage, need to folow any diet plan..which type of foods is need to avoid after miscarriage. What is cause for miscarriage?.
7 years, 4 months ago LakshmiKeymaster
3 different food items need to take after miscarriage
Iron Rich Foods
It is advisable that you eat a lot of foods that are rich in iron to restore the right iron level in your body and help prevent complications that can lead to iron deficiency.
It is only a natural feeling to feel weak and tired, but low levels of iron may cause you to feel fatigue for a longer period of time after your miscarriage.
Meat is a good source of heme iron. This means that the iron is easily absorbed by your body. A
lways cook red meat well done and instead of frying it, grill the meat which is a healthier alternative.
Other sources of iron are beans and green leafy vegetables.
These non-heme iron sources need helpers or enhancers like foods that are rich in Vitamin C.
Fruits like papaya, strawberries and grapefruits help in iron absorption.
Calcium Rich Foods
Pregnant women lose the opportunity to use the calcium absorbed for their own health benefits because it mostly goes to their unborn child. It is, therefore, essential that your calcium level is restored to its normal level. Milk is one of the best sources of calcium. Other calcium rich foods are:
Fish like salmon and sardines
Dark green leafy vegetables
After miscarriage, it is normal to feel a wave of depression and even anxiety because of your loss
Foods that are rich in the mineral magnesium have been found to help with the mental health of many people.
Magnesium rich foods such as beans, nuts and plain chocolate may be added to your daily added to get your recommended dose of magnesium.
It is always advisable to include as much fruits and vegetables in your diet because they are good sources of vitamins and minerals