Good Facts about Pregnancy Diet - Fitho


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This presentation by Fitho Wellness explains in detail the good and important facts about pregnancy diet - 6 must-eat foods in pregnancy, foods to be avoided during pregnancy and much more. To get your weight loss diet, visit -

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Good Facts about Pregnancy Diet - Fitho

  1. 1. Important Facts about Pregnancy Diet
  2. 2. General Concept of Diet in PregnancyIn Pregnancy everyone will advise to eat for two, the average womandoes not need any extra calories during the first six months of pregnancy.In Pregnancy body actually becomes more efficient at extracting therequired energy and nutrients from your diet.Even in the last few months, you only need about 200 extra calories perday. To get Weight Loss Diet, visit
  3. 3. 6 Must-Eat Foods for Pregnancy Whole Grains:Enriched, whole-grain breads and cereals are fortified with folic acid and iron and have more fiberthan white bread and rice. Work whole grains into your day: oatmeal for breakfast, a sandwich onwhole-grain chapatti at lunch, and whole-wheat pasta or brown rice for dinner. Beans:Add black beans, white beans, pinto beans, lentils, black-eyed peas, and kidney, garbanzo, or soybeans to your diet. Try them in chili and soups, salads, and pasta dishes. Besides providing proteinand fiber, they are also good sources of key nutrients, such as iron, folate, calcium, and zinc. Salmon:Omega-3 fatty acids are good for your babys brain and eyes, and salmon is a great source.Plus it provides protein and B vitamins. Salmon is also relatively low in mercury compared toother fish. Try it grilled, broiled, or on a salad. You can safely eat up to 340 grams of low-mercury fish, such as salmon, per week. To get Weight Loss Diet, visit Cont’d…
  4. 4.  Eggs:Eggs are versatile and a good source of protein that provides amino acids you and your babyneed. They contain more than a dozen vitamins and minerals, including choline, which is good forbabys brain development. However, be sure not to eat undercooked or raw eggs. Berries:Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and blackberries are delicious snacks and taste great inpancakes and on top of cereal. Berries are packed with vitamin C, potassium, folate, and fiber. Low-Fat Yogurt:One cup of plain, low-fat yogurt has more calcium than milk, is high in protein, and doesn’t havethe added sugar of flavored yogurts. Dress it up with fruit or crunchy, whole-grain cereal. To get Weight Loss Diet, visit
  5. 5. Foods to be Avoided During PregnancyCut down on caffeine. Drinking more than 200mg of caffeine a day increases the riskof miscarriage and low birth weight. Have no more than two mugs of instant coffee, or two cups of teaor five cans of cola per day.Alcoholic Drinks: Drinking too much alcohol can cause physical defects, learning disabilities, andemotional problems in children.Experts recommend that you give up alcohol while you are pregnant.Unpasteurised milk (buffalo or cows milk) may contain a bacteria called listeria which can lead topremature delivery, and infection of the newborn.Avoid Papaya as it contains papain that triggers uterine contractions and may cause a miscarriage.Raw or undercooked meat,poultry, eggs and sea food.Cigarette smoke contains cancer-causing compounds like cyanide, lead which can be harmful for thegrowth of fetus. To get Weight Loss Diet, visit
  6. 6. Fitho Wellness ServicesGet Fitho Weight Loss Plan Now:Join Thousands of people who lose weight with Fitho Everyday! Get a diet plan with veg/non veg options Get a new chart every week You can eat your favorite foods Convenient & easy to follow All this for just Rs 799 per month
  7. 7. Fitho Wellness ServicesFor more information you can contact us at: Email: Phone: 011-26226559 Website: