Out of so many things common among new mommies, negligence towards self-care and proper nutrition comes atop. For new mommies get so busy while taking care of their little ones that they become oblivious to their own health. Fret not mommies, we have got you covered now. We know sometimes it gets totally impossible to sit down in peace and take a proper meal, so these are a few things you can munch on which are high in nutrition and low on fat
- Fox Nuts – These magical white balls(christened by my daughter) are rich in calcium which makes them good for bone and teeth health. These are useful for people with high blood pressure. So grab a bowl of these nuts and munch on for a full and happy tummy.
- Seeds Mix – Mix pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, watermelon seeds, sunflower seeds, melon seeds together in a container. Either munch them whole or sprinkle on fruits like apple, pear, guava et
- Berries – Either fresh or dried, berries assure complete nutrition and great taste. Raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and cranberries are all considered nutrition powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, fibre, and antioxidants. These are very useful in treating inflammatory, digestion and immunity-related disorders.
- Nuts – Simply add all the nuts in a jar and grab a handful of these every time your tummy groans. Almonds, pecans, raisins, apricots, walnuts, pistachios, cashews, brazil nuts, etc are some of the common nuts rich in fibre, proteins, and heart-friendly fat.
- Yoghurt – Though you would find grocery stores shelves overflowing with a variety of flavoured yoghurts, homemade yoghurt still stays unrivalled. Its a good source of calcium and protein, and contains live cultures called probiotics. These “good bacteria” help protect our bodies from other, more harmful bacteria. There are a lot of ways you can make this bowl of healthy potion tastier and healthier. Here are a few options that you can add to your bowl:-
- Fresh fruits like apple, mango, grapes, pomegranate, banana, etc
- Fresh or dried berries
- Cucumber, tomatoes, walnuts, and peanuts