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Post Baby Diet Plan
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refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
The baby 12 month she is 8 kg wight and eat few milk what's treatment?whats formula usefull?what food need?
Whole foods: Simple sugars and processed carbs should be avoided or limited. This includes any flour product. The fine grind makes absorption quick, and spikes your blood sugar which increases Insulin and promotes weight gain. Good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil are fine in sensible amounts. Eat a rainbow of organic vegetables and just enough protein. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't recommend: The reality is at some point you will have to have a 'relationship' with food; whether dining out, celebrations with friends and family or going to the grocery store. Meal replacement plans are typically useful to get ready for surgery, otherwise have a poor record of long term weight control. Eventually you'll have to quit buying the food and have a nutrition skill set. ...Read more
Will following a ketogenic diet while breastfeeding adversely affect my 8 month old daughter? She is a good eater and eats a variety of solids.
Constant ketosis: In light of the fact that your infant "is a good eater and eats a variety of solids", breast feeding her while on the ketogenic diet probably will not harm the baby. However, it may have detrimental effects on your health and energy levels. Our body needs carbs to perform normal day functions. Importance of a well balanced diet cannot be overemphasized. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's the best diet chart/plan to reduce 7 to 8 kgs in a month or so..for someone who's 5'3 ..63 kgs?? Complete food chart..Does gm diet plan work??
Diet suggestions: AAKP.com Nutrition Counter is excellent. Eat low salt, no saturated fat, low cholesterol, 7 servings of colored fruit and vegetables daily. No bread, pasta, sugar. Only very lean animal protein (4 - 5 oz per day of fish, poultry, egg white best). No fried food. Don't smoke. Drink 3 liters unsugared fuid per day. Exercise twice daily. Aim for 1400 cal per day. 50 gm protein. No carb after 8 pm. ...Read more
35w4d US shows baby's abdomen larger than head- est wt 6lb9oz. With strict diet will baby even out by 39 weeks for vag delivery? Well controlled GD.
More detail : You will need to go over the specific details of the sonogram with your doctor. Ask if the enlarged abdomen is cause for concern or if it just a slight variation of normal. Poorly controlled Gestational diabetes leads to overall fetal growth especially in the shoulders not the abdomen ...Read more
Ready to eat foods: You can make food ahead of time to pack in your lunch. Boil a dozen eggs, bake some skinless chicken, make up a big salad without dressing and place these in smaller containers. Pick a meat/fish of your choice and cook it and store it in the fridge. Then you can toss the containers in an insulated bag and off you go! Small yogurt containers, string cheese, sliced lunch meat all travel well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That's too fast.: We generally like people to lose no more than two pounds weekly - so at most you should lose six pounds in this time frame to make your weight loss meaningful and long lasting. Losing too soon will likely cause you to gain it back eventually. Don't shoot yourself in the foot. Be patient and make it last. ...Read more
Slow and steady: Most people will lose weight on a vegan diet so over time that should do the trick. Being more physically active will accelerate weight loss. Keeping your baby attached to your body with a sling will help (due to the extra calories consumed carrying your baby) and going for long walks as you carry your baby will help too. And breastfeeding is also is a great way to speed weight loss. ...Read more
One that you'll do: The best exercise routine is the one you like to do. To find the best personal plan for you might require hiring a personal trainer. It depends on what you're used to doing and what your goals are. National guidelines for adults recommend a minimum of 150 min/wk of moderate-intensity or 75 min'/wk of high-intensity exercise and strength training twice a week. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nutritarian Diet: Not sure if you're asking about a weight-loss diet or one for general health but dr. Furhman's nutritarian diet is good for both: http://bit.Ly/1dhw9ht minimize sugars, simple carbs from grains ; fried foods. Dr. Weil has useful info: http://huff.To/19ygs8y- see his "discuss that" link in his article. It's best to choose organic foods- see http://bit.Ly/19xax7e also see http://bit.Ly/gagviu. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to increase pregnancy chance while EBF with no post partum period. Baby is currently night weaned and eats every 2 1/2 hours.
Tough one: if actively breast-feeding and no menses since delivery you are not ovulating and thus unlikely to conceive or become pregnant. Sorry. Enjoy the bonding time with the one you have. Breast feeding so very important to your child especially for the first year of life. No real way to make your periods (and ovulation) start up again safely. Let nature take its course. Dr. R ...Read more
Picky eater not a veggie\fruit lover during 32w pregnant. Not a varied diet but overall healthy. Take daily multivitamins. Concern for baby?
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