Indian Diet Chart & Diet Plan In Pregnancy Period - Live In Healthy

Indian Chart & Diet Plans In Pregnancy Period 

Indian Diet Chart & Diet Plan In Pregnancy Period

You need only 300 calories and 15 to 20 grams of excessive protein in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy. The quantity is determined according to the person's needs and medical condition. Your food tray should contain 50% fruits and vegetables, 25% whole grains and 25% lean protein. Do not consume more than 4 teaspoons of oil daily. Keep in mind that there should be any milk product in the food of the three times.

It is very important that the amount of moisture in your body is correct and for this, eat 8 - 10 glasses of water daily.

When To Eat In Pregnancy

Take a balanced diet over a period of 3 - 4 hours, and have a light snack in between. Keep in mind that during pregnancy, do not skip meals or keep fast.

6 nutritious and delicious Indian food in pregnancy

Select from our doctor-approved 6 nutritious and delicious pregnancy foods and include your diet in the chart.

1. Stuffed Paneer Chapati (calories - 145 )

Start the day with a nutritious diet like stuffed paneer chapatti which is rich in protein, vitamins A and D, calcium and carbohydrate.

2. Jaggery and gram ( calories - 185 )

Instead of biscuits and snacks, consume jaggery and gram when you feel hungry between breakfast and lunch. This nutritious combination gives you natural sugar, protein, and iron.

3. Indian Mixed Veg Raita (120 calories - 1/2 cup) 

Eat Mixed Veg Raita for lunch. Not only is it light, but it contains protein, calcium, vitamin B, and iron, which is good for you and your baby.

4. Fruits and Sprouts (215 calories -1/2 cup)

A salad with fruit and sprouted grains (including some almonds) is the best snack for the evening. It has protein, folate, vitamins, minerals, and saturated fats.

5. Indian Lassi and fruit (160 calories - ½ cup)

As a more satisfying snack, you can use fruit-laden sugarless lassi. This combination is a good source of protein, calcium, vitamins, and minerals required in pregnancy.

6. Vegetable Omelette (165 calories)

The vegetable omelet is an ideal snack that gives you protein, vitamins A, B, C, and iron.

Pregnancy diet chart sample

Food during pregnancy depends on your weight and length (BMI). Diet chart below. With the help of you can make your own diet chart.

For Underweight Women

Medha Kumari, a marketing professional working with a leading hotel, came to us in her first pregnancy. He was 5 ″ 2 tall and weighed only 42 kg, kept him on a diet of 2500 calories.

If you lose weight like Medha, then you can take the help of her pregnancy diet chart.

Your BMI determines the number of calories you need. This chart is not suitable for a twin pregnancy and gestational diabetes (GDM).

Pregnancy Dite Chart

1. Breakfast

  • Daliya 1 bowl
  • Phoha and Upma with Vegetables
  • 2 chapatis with Vegetables
  • Wheat flakes
  • oats
  • milk (250 ml)
  • curd 1 bowl + egg
  • paneer (50 g)
  • 2 Medium-size fruits (mid-morning)

2. Lunch

  • Mix Vegetable Salad 
  • Dal (1 Bowl )
  • Vegetable (1 Bowl)
  • Raita (1 Glass)
  • 3 Medium Size Roti

3. Evening Snacks

  • 1 Glass Milk (250 ml)
  • 1 Besan Chilla / 1 Boiled Egg / 1 Bowl Sprouts
  • 2 Fruits ( Leat Evening )

4. Dinner

  • Salad Medium Bowl
  • Vegetables (1 Bowl) 
  • Dal (1 Bowl) + Curd (1 Bowl)
  • 3 Roti ( Chapati) 
  • 1 Cup Of Milk ( Bed Time)

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