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Pregnancy Diet

When we got to know about our or our near one's pregnancy we have a mix feeling of joy and anxiety, pregnancy is a process in which lots of physiological, hormonal and emotional changes are taking place inside our body. following a healthy and nutritious diet during this period is of very important part of pregnancy as it will not only keep your baby in excellent health but your body will also recover faster post pregnancy so every calorie counts man l!!

 

Here are Few Guidelines to be Taken Care:

  • Energy
  • Protein
  • Calcium
  • Vitamin C
  • Green and Yellow Fruits and Vegetables
  • Whole Grains and Pulses
  • Fat

 

Energy

Its not that if u are pregnant so u have a license to eat more, as I told every calorie counts, first trimester your body does not require that much energy its quite like your normal requirements but in later trimesters for the development of foetus about 300 kcal are needed more which u can get frm a gls of milk with one toast or Roti though

 

Protein

Its play an important role of course in building tissues of baby, development of organs etc, total protein requirement can vary from 65gm to 85 also depending on your body weight, for eg 2-3 gls milk,2 cup curd,1 cup Paneer /40gm fish, will take care of your protein need

 

Calcium

Its play an important role of course in building tissues of baby, development of organs etc, total protein requirement can vary from 65gm to 85 also depending on your body weight, for eg 2-3 gls milk,2 cup curd,1 cup Paneer /40gm fish, will take care of your protein need

 

Vitamin C

It is very important as it gives immunity to the body and helps in healing wounds etc, its need s to be replenish in body daily, two different yellow fruits like papaya, mango, orange and one bowl of broccoli will take care of it

 

Green and Yellow Fruits and Vegetable

It is very important as it gives immunity to the body and helps in healing wounds etc, its need s to be replenish in body daily, two different yellow fruits like papaya, mango, orange and one bowl of broccoli will take care of it

 

Whole Grains and Pulses

Total of 6-11 servings of these are required depending on the weight of the person if u are obese or overweight take less servings and if underweight take more, for eg one Roti/one bread is one serving or ½ cup rice is one serving

 

Fat

Fats are important part of diet which we overlook, essential fatty acids are not important for the mother but for foetus brain developments also,30gm visible fat is required, one tsp oil is one serving and 30gm or 100gm Paneer or ½ egg is half serving for fat