A balanced and nutritious diet is the key to a well-nourished and healthy pregnancy. It is necessary to curate a personalized eating plan keeping in mind your body's requirements. A nutrient dense diet plan is required to achieve recommended weight gain, deal with various upcoming pregnancy/delivery challenges like morning sickness, constipation, high blood pressure, thyroid/hormonal issues, gestational diabetes, prevent premature birth of baby or low birth weight infant, promote healthy delivery and avoid the risk of miscarriage.
Prenatal diet plays an essential role in determining your health during pregnancy and the health of your baby. Gaining the recommended weight is vital to avoid complications in the later stage. Certified dieticians can help design personalized diet plans keeping in mind your health status. Expectant mothers are often worried about their eating choices. Some of the many questions they ask include:
To find an answer to all these questions, talk to our experts and book our services to get a personalized diet plan for yourself.
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Prenatal diet addresses nutrient recommendations during pregnancy. Nutrition management during pregnancy has a profound effect on the development of a baby. To maintain a healthy pregnancy, approximately 300 extra calories are needed each day. These calories should come from a balanced diet of protein, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, etc.
The benefits of prenatal diet during pregnancy are:-
Poor eating habits and excess weight gain may increase the risk of gestational diabetes and pregnancy or birth complications. When the body has lower levels of insulin it leads to high blood sugar. Without treatment or management, high blood sugar levels may cause problems for a woman and her baby. By monitoring carbohydrate intake, eating low glycemic index foods, Eating more proteins, etc. can help in the management of gestational diabetes.
Each trimester comes with a unique set of challenges for pregnant women. For most normal-weight pregnant women, the right amount of calories is About 1,800 calories per day during the first trimester. About 2,200 calories per day during the second trimester. About 2,400 calories per day during the third trimester.
At the same time, the baby also develops in certain ways in each trimester. Therefore, we provide a wide range of diet plans to fulfill the needs.
At Momkicare we have customized diet plans, these diet plans are trimester-wise based on the requirement of the pregnant women. We also have a whole pregnancy plan that covers all the diet-related issues and management throughout the pregnancy. Regular follow-ups and WhatsApp connectivity with our health advisors and experts.
Obese or overweight can cause problems during pregnancy like:
Obesity during pregnancy also increases the risk of:
A healthy prenatal diet should compose of five major food groups including cereals, fruits and vegetables, pulses, fats and sugars, milk and its products. Half of your regular plate should be covered with cereals or millets. Rest half should have pulses and vegetables equally. Along with, one serving of milk or milk product and upto 20 grams of sugar and fat each will make your plate balanced as whole.
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