We are sharing our basic meal plans with you, they're easy to prepare and incorporate in your diet.
Meal plan for a postnatal mother:
Breakfast: Overnight oats with almonds, berries, and soy milk
Snack: Apple slices with almond butter
Lunch: Grilled chicken salad with mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, and avocado
Snack: Hard-boiled egg and carrot sticks
Dinner: Grilled salmon with quinoa and steamed vegetables
It is important to remember that every individual has different nutritional needs, so it is a good idea to work with a healthcare provider or a registered dietitian to create a meal plan that is tailored to your specific needs
Meal plan for vegan moms postnatal
Breakfast: Tofu scramble with spinach, tomato, and whole grain toast
Snack: Banana with almond butter
Lunch: Quinoa and black bean salad with mixed vegetables
Snack: Hummus and carrot sticks
Dinner: Grilled tofu with roasted vegetables and brown rice
It is important to remember that every individual has different nutritional needs, so it is a good idea to work with a healthcare provider or a registered dietitian to create a meal plan that is tailored to your specific needs.
Here are the best sources of healthy fat:
Nuts (almonds, cashews, pistachios)
Fatty fish (limit to 1-2x per week if you are breastfeeding)
You must avoid liquid calories
Did you know that you could lose a decent amount of baby weight and improve your diet significantly if you stopped drinking your calories?
There are so many calories in soda, juice, milk, coffee, etc. If you simply cut all of these things out of your diet, you would see a big change in the way you look and feel.
What should you replace these drinks with?
The key is that they must be whole grains. These include:
Don’t be afraid of these carbohydrates. They contain many vitamins (like B vitamins) that you cannot get elsewhere!
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