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text 2019-07-17 09:04
What should I eat when pregnant? What should I not eat?

A healthy and balanced diet that include all fruit and vegetables, all dairy products, lentils, lean meat, eggs, poultry, all cereals, healthy fats should be taken by the pregnant women in order to make her baby grow well. In the second trimester, you can have food that is rich in calcium and vitamin D, which is necessary for baby's bones and teeth development and omega-3 fatty acids rich food, which are important for your baby's brain development. In the third trimester, you can have food that will give you an energy boost, just when you need it most! Also have foods that contain vitamin K, which helps your body to heal well after birth. Papayas, especially the unripe and semi-ripe ones are rich in latex should be avoided, which can cause uterine contractions and create complications.
Pineapple contains bromelain, a type of enzyme, they can break down proteins in the body and lead to abnormal bleeding so should be avoided completely.

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quote 2019-06-18 14:55
Healthy food is essential need of fit and healthy body. Alexander Oulton shares tips to manage your diet for better results.
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url 2018-10-08 13:38
Best Dietician in Gurgaon for Ayurvedic Healthy Diet Plan

 

Best Dietician in Gurgaon for Ayurvedic Healthy Diet Plan

 

Our vision is to make Ayurveda as one of the easiest way of life for everyone.

 

‘We are what we eat’ Ayurvedic soul diet is a drive to integrate holistic essence of 5000 years old Ayurvedic nutrition, diet and herbs with modern complexities of lifestyle.

We design dietary plans and lifestyle regimes applying core principles of Ayurveda in reflection with both modern advances and constraints.

 

Mother Nature has blessed us with such precious surrounding where every substance acquires great healthy qualities and nutritional values which we can use in our everyday life to stay fit. Ayurvedic soul diet aims to provide knowledge of such applications in the easiest way possible in our daily live for healthy living.

 

Ruhi Rajput founder of Ayurvedic Soul diet is certified in Ayurvedic Dietetics and Nutrition from reputed Kairali Ayurvedic Training Institute, Delhi.

 

 

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You have to simply follow the steps and guidelines to stay healthy and fit.

 

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text 2018-10-07 21:05
Ayurvedic Healthy Diet Plan

 

AYURVEDIC HEALTHY DETOX DIET THIS NAVRATRA

 

 

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9 DAYS DIET PLAN

 

Day 1: Start your day by having 10-15 ml of ghee (if possible mixed with Triphala) and luke warm water empty stomach in the morning. Keep having luke warm water during the day. It will help in clearing your stomach through purgation and detoxifying digestive system. Have sabudana water during day and fruits. For dinner have sabudana kichri (Always try to have dinner between 6 pm- 7pm).


Day 2: Fruits/coconut water/Rajgira chapattis with vegetable curry.


Day 3: Sweet potato/few nuts/ Jaggery Lassi/kuttu atta (buckwheat) chapattis and vegetables.


Day 4: Fruits/Yogurt/ sabudana Jaggery kheer /Samak rice/Paneer.


Day 5: Fruits/Nuts/hung curd salad/Rajgira/ vegetables.


Day 6: Fruits/makhana and sweet potato jaggery kheer/Samak rice dosa with coconut chutney


Day 7: Fresh fruit smoothie/nuts/Sabudana kichri.


Day 8: Sweet potato/Yogurt/Fruits/buckwheat/vegetables.


On Day 9 when you break your fast go slow on eating Prasad. It is important to have Prasad but always start with small quantities as your body will not be use to heavy food.

 

 

You have to simply follow the steps and guidelines to stay healthy and fit.

 

For more information about our health services, visit our website: http://ayurvedicsouldiet.com

 

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Our Contact Address:
Gurugram, Haryana, India - 122002
Phone: 9971498156
Email: consult@ayurvedicsouldiet.com

 

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review 2017-09-13 16:23
Mediterranean Diet: 250+ Heart Healthy Recipes & Desserts + 100 Mediterranean Diet Beginner's Tips, Tools, & Resources. (Mediterranean Diet Cookbook, Lose Weight, Slow Aging, Fight Disease & Burn Fat - Kevin Hughes

Mediterranean Diet: 250+ Heart Healthy Recipes & Desserts + 100 Mediterranean Diet Beginner’s Tips, Tools, & Resources. (Mediterranean Diet Cookbook, Lose Weight, Slow Aging, Fight Disease & Burn Fat by Kevin Hughes
Don't care for some of the discussions in this book as our nutritionist told us to limit our salt intake due to husband's heart attack. This book says Med diet is high in salt-I totally disagree with that.
I know what I can sprinkle on our food to make it healthy.
Recipes in this book do not have pictures. The nutritional information they do contain is different for each of the recipes, most will have protein, fat-not broken up into good and bad fats, carbs and calories. Each recipe has a title and servings and list of ingredients. When you have to use a can of beans and just rinse it off the brine is already in the beans, USE FRESH!
Some items I have no idea what they even are: tahini. Also has directions in how to make. Not all recipes even have nutritional information. Some of format is different for some of the recipes.
There are to me, a lot of useless information in the book. Introduction starts out with what the Mediterranean diet is and to check wtih your doctore first.
I totally disagree with having red wine at dinner. our doctor told us if you do not drink wine, don't start because of this diet. To us it's a new lifestyle as we combine exercise and sleep with the good diet.
Not sure if you really need to know about what kitchen utensils and appliances you should be using. Some of my appliances do the job of 6 other appliances.
There are listings of other sites online to check out along with apps to use.
Funny how it states to use low fat butter and other products but recipes don't use them as ingredients, they use real milk, etc.
We use low fat, low sodium and have no problems when the recipe calls for regular.
This book I could modify but it still doesn't list good and bad fats nor sodium which is what we are more interested in than calories or carbs. So lacking.

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