The nine months of your pregnancy were certainly filled with mixed feelings. The physical and physiological changes that take place throughout in your body during pregnancy create havoc in new moms’ life and it takes time to come to normal after delivery. You’re probably trying to catch up on all the fun you missed with your friends. Add to that the worry of maintaining a proper diet chart. So much of what you thought were great foods turned out to be veritably nasty for your health, and so much that you could eat did not appeal to your taste buds at all. Now that all that is over and you have given birth to your little one, you would do anything to get back to your normal routine, right?
Not to worry, we are here to help you! Book a consultation with us and we will get you on the right track with the customized healthy and natural foods in our Post-Pregnancy Care Basket!
Post Pregnancy care refers to the first six weeks after your childbirth. This is a joyous time, but it is also a period of adjustment and healing for the mothers. During these weeks, you will bond with your baby and you will mostly have post-delivery checkups with your doctor.
In India, postnatal care is based on ancient Ayurvedic methods. This type of care includes herbal baths, postnatal massage, nourishing herbal-based diet, and belly binding. In the present day, even the most modern mothers still believe in traditional postnatal care.
Both Indian and Western methods are equally effective to the new mothers as they believe in healing and enjoying motherhood. Although, as trusted by many, Indian ancient methods are the most powerful during the post-pregnancy phase. Therefore, it is always beneficial to listen to the elders for post-pregnancy advice. Here are a few foods we recommend for better healing process post-pregnancy:
Some basic tips to keep in mind concerning your diet to get the best out of what you eat:
A new mother needs to eat healthy for various reasons. First and foremost, the only food that your baby will depend on for the first few months is your breast milk. Anything you eat will have an impact on that. Moreover, due to pregnancy, there are many bodily changes and it cannot change back to how it was a few months ago very quick. Everything you eat will not agree with your constitution. Giving birth is a physical transformation that requires you to heal, therefore you need to eat the healthiest foods to make sure you heal as quickly as possible.