No, it will not and it’s only a matter of time before you fit right back into those skinny jeans and sport those washboard abs. And if you go by the Upanishads, eating right would be simple, broken into some really straightforward steps. And so we have these easy-to-understand and easy-to-follow rules that are built on the fundamentals of yogic wisdom and its marriage with modern nutrition science. They will answer all food-related doubts during pregnancy, ensure a smooth delivery, and prepare you to be in good shape post pregnancy. They will also help tackle the common risk factors of pregnancy: high blood sugar or lowered insulin sensitivity, acidity or bloating, BP or swollen feet, low energy or lethargy. We will then use these very rules to build on a trimester by trimester plan of what to eat and when.
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If done the right way, these pregnancy food rules will:
(a) Keep total pregnancy weight gain in the range of 6 to 15 kgs.
(b) Ensure optimum delivery of nutrients to the foetus.
(c) Keep the hormones in a state of balance both during and post pregnancy.
(d) Ensure you lose most of the pregnancy weight on the delivery table, with the rest of it coming off, like on auto-pilot, within the next four to six months.
(e) Prepare you mentally and physically with the task of raising a child.
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