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"Dr. Brewer's Diet and parallels of Ayurvedic Wisdom"


Pregnancy is marked by significant physiological changes and the development of new life. Ensuring optimal nutrition during this period is paramount, both for the mother's well-being and the healthy development of the fetus. Dr. Brewer's Pregnancy Diet, established in the 1960s, emphasizes the vital role of nutrition in preventing complications like pre-eclampsia and supporting fetal growth.

Is not that a magic wand ??


What if you could ensure minimal complications in your pregnancy by just taking care of your diet using simple measures all available in our Indian kitchen. The diet advocates for a balanced intake of protein-rich foods, whole foods, adequate hydration, and mindful eating practices, offering a comprehensive approach to maternal and fetal health.


By combining the principles of Dr. Brewer's Pregnancy Diet with Ayurvedic wisdom, expectant mothers can cultivate a holistic approach to nutrition, supporting a healthy and vibrant pregnancy journey for both themselves and their babies.


If you want to learn about various food groups that are essential for a healthy less complicated pregnancy listen to the episode now 


Other topics discussed briefly in this episode are diuretics and edima. 










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