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Sanjeevani Hospital, 26, Laxmi Baug Vasahat, Talegaon Dabhade Talegaon Dabhade
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Eat Well to Feed Well

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Eat Well to Feed Well

Eat Well to Feed Well

Our food-journey begins with the magical moment of conception in the mother's womb; it is, therefore, important for the expectant, lactating and new mothers to consume nutrition-rich diet to be able to feed their baby well.

Food is a critical aspect of one's journey in this world as a living being, from conception through life to death. Malnutrition, at any stage of life, can result in stunted growth, increased disease susceptibility, and even childhood obesity. Severe or prolonged malnourishment can have serious long-term effects on the mother and child’s health.

Expectant or breastfeeding mothers receive a lot of nutritional and dietary advice from people around them. More often than not, the information is contradictory and somewhat scary. Some advise you to eat a particular kind of food to produce enough milk for the baby, while some warn that some foods will make the baby refuse your milk. A few remind you about a specific type of diet that can be harmful to your baby or reduce your milk production. What is the best advice for you then?

Work on your not-so-desirable habits

The moment you conceive, it is advisable that you start working on your not-so-good-for-child habits. Avoid smoking and excessive consumption of alcohol and caffeine-based drinks. When you are breastfeeding your child, caffeine-based beverages, aerated drinks, and alcohol is best avoided from your diet.

When you win over the things to be entirely avoided, focus on the diet that you need as a mother and nutrition-provider. Remember, the balanced diet that you need as a mother is neither complicated nor expensive.

Make protein a part of your daily diet

As a nursing mother, you require an extra 25 grams of protein compared to the 50 to 65 gms needed for any woman your age. The additional need for protein can be easily met by adding a Katori ( about 150 gms) of think daal or a Katori of sprouts in your daily diet. You can also increase the intake of dairy products such as milk or yoghurt. If you can, consider adding an egg to your diet. Protein-rich vegetarian sources also include soy-products, nuts and seeds. For mothers who include non vegetarian foods in their diet eggs and chicken are the best options. But make sure they are cooked with very little oil and spices. 1 boiled egg or one piece of grilled or boiled chicken of about 80 gms is sufficient.

Mind your minerals

The minerals help with the smooth functioning of our body-functions and help keep our body healthy: they make our bones strong, absorb oxygen in the blood, nerve development and functioning, and lot more. Minerals are not just essential; they are critical to our being.

During lactation, you must focus on Calcium and iron. Calcium can be easily derived from milk: about two glasses of milk (200 ml) a day will meet your requirement. Other Calcium-rich sources include curry leaves, finger millet (ragi or nachani as we know it). Iron is not secreted into the breast-milk, so the requirement during the lactating period is not any different from the pregnancy. One can meet the need for Iron from dates, peanuts, organic jaggery, leafy-green vegetables such as spinach, and eggs.

Vitamins and Minerals go hand-in-hand

For minerals to work optimally for our body, often they need support from Vitamins. Vitamin B12 supports iron-carrying capacity of blood.Vitamin D is required for the absorption of calcium and phosphorus. Your baby needs all the minerals and vitamins, and for the first, critical years of development, the baby receives them exclusively through you.

B12 is almost exclusively found in animal products (eggs, meat, milk, for example) so it is difficult to get enough B12 through a vegetarian diet. Consider supplements because B12 is essential for your baby's brain development. Similarly, a Vitamin D deficiency in mother's body results in deficiencies in the breast-milk, and in turn, affects the baby's calcium and phosphorus absorption. Severe deficiency of Vitamin D can cause rickets, and soften and weakening of bones in your baby and you. Consult your physician or paediatrician to check if you or your baby need Vitamin D supplements.

Just like you must consume and check certain things to ensure the best interests of your baby, you must watch Vitamin C levels for your health. Especially during pregnancy and lactation period, your body needs Vitamin C to recover from the wear and tear. Eat a lot of Vitamin C-rich fruits like oranges, sweet lime, guava and our humble lemon. Ensure the fruits are ripe and avoid specific fruits if you are allergic to them. Also remember, Vitamin C is most volatile and responds adversely to heat. For example, for best benefits, squeeze lemon on the food on your plate, not while it is cooking away. Alternatively, eat fruits immediately after cutting them, don't store them open for long.

Goodness of Galactagogue

Galactagogues are the foods that induce, augment or maintain lactation. The most popular among them is fenugreek; the active ingredient found in fenugreek increases lactation. Rich in fibre, it prevents digestive problems for the mother. Methi laddus are a famous recipe for new mothers. Alfalfa is a highly nutritive plant, rich in essential Vitamins like A and E, and minerals such as Calcium, and Phosphorus. Milk thistle or Bhat kataiya has good anti bacterial, anti-tumour and anti-inflammatory properties. Its stalks and flowers can be added to daily salads. It is also available in the form of tea packets for the lovers of green tea. Asparagus racemosus or Shatavari a known uterine tonic and a galactagogue. Available in the form of granules it can be easily added to warm milk or tea. Garden cress seeds or Aliv or Halim are rich in Calcium and Vitamin C and a natural galactagogue. They can be roasted and consumed along with milk or in form of laddus.

Before I close this blog entry, I will advise to watch your water and fluid intake as a mother. Water and juices help to hydrate your body and also provide the fluid to produce milk for your baby. Never dehydrate yourself.

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Hi! a month ago I had blurred/glared vision and when I checked my Bp it was 149/98. Later on it got reduced now the range is between 127-137 / 82 - 92. I am 29 years old now and my family has history of hypertension. Should I be worried? Should I start medication right away or try to reduce it by natural means? Please suggest. Many Thanks!

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Hi! a month ago I had blurred/glared vision and when I checked my Bp it was 149/98. Later on it got reduced now the r...
Just a single reading of high BO cannot lable you as a hypertensive. Reduce your salt intake, exercise regularly and cut down junk food from your diet. You have a family history of hypertension but if you follow this you will not require to take medicines immediately. But keep a regular check on you BP, measure at different timings of the day. If despite following all this measures you are getting constant high readings where you diastolic that is the lower BP is crossing 90 then you need to take medication.
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My age is 20. 6 months ago I have seen a blood in urine only one day or one time from that day my urine is clear and that time I will take less water that day and very much walk that day and I will see blood like in urine but when I take water my urine is clear. My question is that only one time I see that but no pain no other symptoms and I am fit. Is dehydration and exercise cause blood in urine .is it normal or not?

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My age is 20. 6 months ago I have seen a blood in urine only one day or one time from that day my urine is clear and ...
Drinking less water leads to concentration of your Urine. Concentrated Urine can increase chances of urinary tract infection or kidney stone. This can cause passing of blood during urination. Increase you regular water intake. It should be more on warmer days.
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I can taken homeopathic treatment since last 2 yarr but still my tsh level is 8.4 and my period is not regular,

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I can taken homeopathic treatment since last 2 yarr but still my tsh level is 8.4 and my period is not regular,
Your TSH level must come below 5.5. The medicine you are taking is not enough. Request your Homoeopathic physician accordingly or take a second opinion. Your thyroid function also depends a lot on your stress levels. Go for yoga regularly. Avoid eating cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli. Add protein rich food to your diet.
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My baby boy completed 3 month on 9 august. He breast feeding normally. But last 5 days he intake his hand in mouth. Can I give him cow milk. Powder milk due to gas problem he does not drink.

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My baby boy completed 3 month on 9 august. He breast feeding normally. But last 5 days he intake his hand in mouth. C...
A baby should be given breast milk exclusively for 6 months. No need of giving powder milk or cow's milk. A breast milk is sufficient energy wise and nutrition wise uptil 6 months. If your breast milk has reduced substantially and your baby is losing weight only then you can about top feeds like formula or cow's milk.
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I am 21 years old Male. I have thyroid problem. Today I went for test. In blood test, the result is 24.3 of TSH test. What does it mean? M I alright? Or not? Can it be cure with homeopathy?

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A TSH level of 24.3 indicates you are suffering from hypothyroidism that is your thyroid gland is functioning slower than normal. You have mentioned that you are on medication I.e.thyrox how many mcg is the tablet? Yes homoeopathic medicines are useful in hypothyroidism. Avoid diet rich in cauliflower, cabbage or broccoli as it interferes with your gland function. Also increase your protein intake in form of sprouts, Dals etc.
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I have joined gym, from their they advised to consume protein rich foods. Specially meat and egg. But after eating two eggs daily body generating heat and having loose motion Due to this again becoming slim. Can anybody suggest good diet and veg foods specially.

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I have joined gym, from their they advised to consume protein rich foods. Specially meat and egg.
But after eating tw...
You have a lot of vegetarian options for protein rich food such as all types of sprouts, Dals, soyabean chunks. Eating one bowl of dal daily will give you 25gms of protein. According to your weight you need 70 to 75 daily.
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Multiple times losses motion occurred, baby is 20 days old. What should I do? Baby has also rashes in neck and between leg joint ,what should I do?

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Multiple times losses motion occurred, baby is 20 days old. What should I do? Baby has also rashes in neck and betwee...
Is the stools extremely watery?? If the baby is passing watery stools he or she should be well hydrated. As baby is just 20 days old breastfeed her as much as possible. Avoid using diapers and baby wipes for cleaning the above mentioned area. Use soft cloth and warm water instead. Dab the area as the skin is very sensitive in 20 days old baby. Use a good diaper rash cream or calendula cream.
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Hi doctor, please suggest medicine for running nose and itchy nose and sneezing. I frequently get this problem when ever there is some climate change or exposed to any polluted air etc.

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Hi doctor, please suggest medicine for running nose and itchy nose and sneezing. I frequently get this problem when e...
Running and itchy nose with sneezing suggests you are suffering from allergic rhinitis. Along with change in weather, other common things which trigger your symptoms are allergens like pollen grain, dust, perfumes, aerosols etc. Homoeopathy can help you deal with this problem. Till you start the medicine take steam inhalation daily, avoid having fresh flowers and pets at home.
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Sir, Yesterday I went for checkup. My details T-102.9°F P-114/mm B.P.-124/90mmhg CVS-S1S2+ Chest-B/L AEE CNS- Pt conscious oriented P/A - Soft BS+ Sir, I want to know about my condition in detail please clarify.

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The above written just indicates that you have fever, a temperature of 102.9 indicates high fever. Also your pulse is high that is 114, but again that is due to the fever. Are you suffering from any other symptoms like cold, cough, diarrhoea etc?? Rest you cardiovascular system ,respiratory system and abdomen is normal.
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