Recommended Dry Fruits and Nuts During Pregnancy
Hi, moms to be, if your first time Mom then you must have a question can I eat dry fruits in pregnancy, right?
Yes, you can eat Dried fruits during pregnancy as per the given Chart. But do consult your Dr – Gynecologist once. Because each pregnancy is different and every pregnancy body is different. So, I always suggest confirming once.
In this article, I am sharing the list of dry fruits to eat during pregnancy. You can download the list if you wish too. Just remember in each Trimester you have to change your intake of eating Dry Fruits as given in the list. I have shared 2 lists read it carefully.
Let, me tell you these fruits are important during pregnancy because, they are packed with minerals, vitamins, proteins, fiber, and folate (folic acid).
- Vitamins will help your baby grow stronger teeth and bones.
- Beta carotene will help your baby’s cell and tissue development.
- Folic acid will help to prevent neural tube defects (NTDs) and also supports healthy childbirth.
- Fiber helps to improve your digestion and it also controls high blood pressure.
Check the list to know From which month to start eating dry fruits and How much to eat dry fruits during pregnancy.
List 1 Dry fruit during pregnancy as per given Chart: Just remember in Each Trimester you have to change your intake of eating Dry Fruits read it carefully. Dry Fruits to eat is 1/3 cup (Katori / Bowl) a day.
List 1 and 2: Just remember in each Trimester you have to change your intake of eating Dry Fruits read it carefully.
2nd & 3rd Trimester: Total mix Dry Fruits to eat is 1/2 cup (Katori / Bowl) a day of your choice with soaked almonds and walnuts.
Fruits to be avoided during Pregnancy?
- Pomegranate and Chiku (Sapodilla) to be avoided for the first 3 months.
- You should avoid eating – Papaya, Grapes, and Pineapple throughout pregnancy.
I hope this article helped you and you got all your answers.
Tips So, always remember during pregnancy to eat in limit and balance your intake of fruits.
Disclaimer: This information is just a guide. Please note, your portion consumed will depend on your body weight, this meal plan is to ensure a balanced diet that helps you in healthy eating during pregnancy.
This content is created to share my personal experiences. The content work protected under copyright law. As each pregnancy is different recommendations on this website and channel may not work for you. So, please consult your doctor before taking any medication before trying.