Indian diet tips for pregnant moms

What and when you eat during pregnancy plays a vital role in your unborn baby’s development and well-being. It is important to eat right in these special months and it might become difficult to keep a track of what you eat for proper nutrition to your baby.

If you are confused about what to eat and what not then here are a few diet tips for your help.

1. Milk and other Milk products

You can include whole or skimmed milk, yogurt, buttermilk, cheese and paneer in your diet as these are rich sources of protein, calcium, and vitamin B12.

2. Protein-rich foods

If you are a veggie lover, you can opt for pulses, cereals, nuts and whole grains to make up for your body’s need of protein.

3. Fruits and Vegetables

You can include fresh fruits and vegetables to fulfill your body’s need of fiber, vitamins and minerals.

4. Meat and Poultry

If you are a non-vegetarian, you can enjoy meat and fish as they are full of concentrated proteins.

5. Liquids

While you are pregnant or undergoing IVF treatment in India, you need additional liquids to ensure total hydration. Drink as much water as you can through the day or sip on fresh fruits infused water. Avoid intake of packaged juices as they have artificial sweeteners.

6. Fats

Eating fats enables your body to produce ample energy needed to support your baby’s growth. Vegetable oil is a great source of unsaturated fats. Butter and ghee are full of saturated fats and thereby, should be eaten in small amounts.

Closing Thoughts

Keeping a check on your eating habits is important. You should always consult your doctor before following any special diet because something that is healthy for someone who is pregnant may not be as healthy for you. Try eating more home-cooked food to avoid catching infection. An Indian diet during pregnancy ensures that your baby receives the right amount of nutrition.

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