After childbirth how much should I eat?| Dt. Aashima Chopra |Paras Bliss Hospital

After Childbirth How Much Should I Eat?

After Childbirth How Much Should I Eat?

The first 1,000 days – that is, the nine months of pregnancy and the first two years of the baby’s life – is a critical window of opportunity to get food and nutrition right so that everyone can reach their full potential. The good news is it is never too late to start eating better, and eating well is not complicated, expensive or dull.

Pregnancy Diet Should Include:

New mums need to eat well. A women body has undergone many changes during and after pregnancy. She needs to heal from pregnancy and childbirth. Not only rest, a good diet must also be taken to recover .Foods to be included:

  • Grains
  • Vegetables 
  • Fruits
  • Dairy
  • Protein : Choose protein such as legumes, seeds and nuts.

Rev Up Your Engine

The key to your energy isn’t just how much you sleep each night, but instead, what’s on your plate. Focus on low-fat products, the milk products as well as those that are high in calcium like sesame seeds.

Need-to-Know Nutrients of the day

When you eat foods rich with nutrients, you’ll notice that your calories go a long way. Fibre will keep you feel fuller longer, and will have the get-up-and-go mentality you need for those night feeding calls. Iron, the main nutrient needed especially if you suffer from postpartum symptoms.

Vitamin C, which can help with wound healing for mothers who delivered via C-section. Find this in oranges, tomatoes, and natural fruit juices.

More super foods to stay super mom

  • Nuts
  • A cup of whole-grain cereal with low-fat milk.
  • A hardboiled egg with some carrots

Along with nutritious meals, feeding mothers should increase their fluids – Water, milk and fruit juices, smoothies, lemon water and buttermilk.

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