But before we discuss the rules in detail, it’s important to get clarity on this crucial but overlooked aspect which plays a starring role in our health, especially during pregnancy yoga the gut bacteria.
The Pre and the Pro-Biotic Yoga
Traditionally, the food that a pregnant woman must eat—dal-rice-ghee, raw banana, bhakri with chutneys, sabzis like doodhi, karela, pumpkin, etc.—falls into the category that modern nutrition science now recognizes as pre-biotic. Prebiotics are foods for the probiotics: the friendly gut bacteria, the species that are necessary for our optimal health. Pregnancy and the hormonal flux that it brings disturb the gut environment and put you at a risk of what is called as dysbiosis.
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Dysbiosis is when one of the specie dominates, disturbing the diversity of the microbiota and putting you at risk of developing vaginal infections, food intolerances and even blunting your insulin response. During pregnancy, if you are on a progesterone pill, taking antacids, or living in a stressful environment, then you are at an even bigger risk. It also comes in the way of normal fat-burning processes and puts you at risk of getting heavier than what you would like to be.
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