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What should be my diet during the week 7 pregnancy? Actually from that past few days I am constantly haunted by this idea that I am not taking proper care of my diet and because of my faults my baby will face the consequences. I am so scared. What should

What should be my diet during week 7 pregnancy?

What should be my diet during the week 7 pregnancy? Actually from that past few days I am constantly haunted by this idea that I am not taking proper care of my diet and because of my faults my baby will face the consequences. I am so scared. What should I do, what should I eat how should I take care of my baby’s health? Please anybody, experienced someone or expert please help me out. Thanks a lot.

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  1. Eliza Morton Morton

    Food aversion is very much common in 7 weeks pregnancy. Week
    7 pregnancy needs proper attention in food and health. The woman may suffer
    from morning sickness so eat food rich with carbohydrate. During pregnancy you
    need 300 calories extra on daily basis. To minimize the affect of morning sickness
    you can take the salted crackers. Avoid highly spicy food and oily food. Take biscuits,
    bread, cereals and fruits daily.  Take vitamin
    C fruit like orange, blackcurrant and kiwi fruit. Do not increase the too much
    diet because it can cause obesity which would be harmful for your baby. Rather than
    large meal you can take 5 to 6 smaller meals in a day. Eat rich protein food like
    egg, milk, meat, fish, soya bean, groundnut and pulses.  Constipation is the big problem during
    pregnancy so eat fiber rich food. Drink plenty of water. Avoid pizza and
    burger. Take the food full of nutrition. You need a healthy balance of
    foods and a varied diet to provide your body and your growing baby the
    nutrients they need.

     

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