8 years, 1 month ago HanitaKeymaster
My friend just now gave birth to cute baby… 1month over… As she doesnt have any relations or grannies,she doesnt know wat food plan she should continue after giving birth of baby… So anyone please help me to know what should be ideal diet plan for a lady after having a baby.
8 years, 1 month ago BhavnaKeymaster
The best food she can stick to is to have a balanced diet. Having ajwain water or eating lots of garlic as postnatal food and all are old wives’ tales. Main thing is that we need to add atleast two glasses of milk, lots of curds and any kind of dairy products as they are a good source of protein and calcium. Vegetables also should be eaten in adequate quantity as they provide vitamins, minerals and roughage. We can stick to fresh vegetable salad and fruit salad if weight is a concern. Greens should also be added in our diet plan as they prevent constipation. On the whole a rainbow of vegetables and fruits should be taken everyday for excellent nutrition!!!!
5 months, 3 weeks ago Deepshika JehangirMember
Any diet that is high in calcium and protein is a good choice. Since you have to nurture your kid with the nutrients needed, it is up to you to maintain and healthy diet so your baby stays healthy.
3 months, 3 weeks ago Playa NoelMember
Hi Hanita, Congratulation!
Avoid junk food and alcohol, eat healthy food, such as fruits, green vegetables, Take juice, Milk and the most important thing is “avoid tension”.
3 months ago Dr. Suruchi PuriMember
Organic products: 3-4 servings every day. Pick new, solidified, canned (in common squeeze, not substantial syrup), and dried organic product or 100-percent natural product juice. Incorporate no less than one citrus organic product (orange, grapefruit, tangerine) every day since citrus natural products are wealthy in vitamin C. Cutoff organic product juice utilization to close to 1 container daily; juice is high in calories contrasted and entire natural product, and it doesn’t convey the fiber that entire organic product does. One serving levels with one medium bit of natural product, for example, an apple or orange, or 1/2 of a banana; 1/some hacked crisp, cooked, or canned organic product; 1/4 container dried organic product; or 3/some 100-percent natural product juice.
Vegetables: 3-5 servings per day. To get the best scope of supplements, think about a rainbow as you fill your plate with vegetables. Pick vegetables that are dim green (broccoli, kale, spinach), orange (carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, winter squash), yellow (corn, yellow peppers), and red (tomatoes, red peppers). One serving squares with 1 measure of crude verdant vegetables, for example, spinach or lettuce, or 1/2 container slashed vegetables, cooked or crude.
Dairy nourishments: 3 servings per day. Dairy nourishments give the calcium that your infant needs to develop and that you have to keep your bones solid. To get adequate calcium, drink drain and eat yogurt and cheddar. To save money on calories and immersed fat, pick low-fat or non-fat dairy items. On the off chance that you are lactose bigoted and can’t process drain, pick sans lactose drain items, calcium-sustained sustenances, and refreshments, for example, calcium-strengthened soymilk. One serving meets some drain or yogurt, 11/2 ounces of regular cheddar, for example, cheddar or mozzarella, or 2 ounces of handled cheddar, for example, American.
Protein: 2-3 servings per day. Select lean meats, poultry, fish, and eggs arranged with negligible measures of fat. Beans (pinto, kidney, dark, garbanzo) are additionally a decent wellspring of protein, as are lentils, part peas, nuts, and seeds. One serving equals2-3 ounces of cooked meat, poultry, or fish, which is about the span of a deck of cards; 1 measure of cooked beans; 2 eggs; 2 tablespoons of nutty spread; or 1 ounce (around 1/4 container) of nuts.
Entire grains: 3 servings per day. It is suggested that you eat at least six servings of grains for every day; no less than 50 percent of those grains ought to be entire grains. Entire grain breads, oats, saltines, and pasta give fiber, which is imperative amid pregnancy. Eating an assortment of fiber-containing sustenances keeps up legitimate entrail work and can decrease your odds of creating obstruction and hemorrhoids. As regularly as could be expected under the circumstances, select entire grain sustenances over those made with white flour. For instance, eat entire wheat bread instead of white bread. One serving measures up to 1 cut of bread, 1 ounce of prepared to-eat grain (around 1 measure of most oats), or 1/2 glass cooked oat, rice, or pasta.
2 months, 3 weeks ago Emly TurnerMember
You can take healthy food like green vegetables, oats,sprouts and take soup,juice,milk and avoid fast food.Do regular exercise and avoid stress.TC dear