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Constipation in Children

Dr Neha Bansal, out in-house child specialist, talked about constipation in kids today. It just happened that she was done with consulting one of the children suffering from the issue. Constipation in children can be a much bigger problem than it is in adults as there is lack of communication in kids and it is also difficult to make them understand things.

The problem is most common in toddlers. The symptoms include:

Stomach Pain
Showing up of blood in stool.
Red mass prostration.
Bloated feeling.
But what is the root cause of this problem. Dr. Neha detects it to be low water intake, low fibre intake, to be one of the top reasons. Other than that, it can be hereditary also, if there is family history of constipation.

How to handle it

If constipation is a regular problem with your kid, consulting a doctor should be on your top priority for better treatment. As a regular measure to keep away from it, you should take care of the following:


Give your child fluids. It helps the stools to move easily through intestines.

 Train your child to sit in the toilet and try to relieve himself.
 Include fibre rich food in your child’s diet.
 Serve meals as per a fixed schedule.
 Ensure that your child is physically active.
A healthy lifestyle is the key to disease free living and you need to inculcate the same in your children’s life. If there is any problem related to your child’s health, it is best to consult a paediatrician as they understand your child’s medical needs and provides solution based on their physiology and psychology.

To book an appointment with Dr. Neha Bansal, click here for more information.

About Bansal Global Hospital

A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities.

Address:

Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033
Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034
Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034

Tel: 9911062832

Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist
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Constipation in Children Dr Neha Bansal, out in-house child specialist, talked about constipation in kids today. It just happened that she was done with consulting one of the children suffering from the issue. Constipation in children can be a much bigger problem than it is in adults as there is lack of communication in kids and it is also difficult to make them understand things. The problem is most common in toddlers. The symptoms include: Stomach Pain Showing up of blood in stool. Red mass prostration. Bloated feeling. But what is the root cause of this problem. Dr. Neha detects it to be low water intake, low fibre intake, to be one of the top reasons. Other than that, it can be hereditary also, if there is family history of constipation. How to handle it If constipation is a regular problem with your kid, consulting a doctor should be on your top priority for better treatment. As a regular measure to keep away from it, you should take care of the following: Give your child fluids. It helps the stools to move easily through intestines. Train your child to sit in the toilet and try to relieve himself. Include fibre rich food in your child’s diet. Serve meals as per a fixed schedule. Ensure that your child is physically active. A healthy lifestyle is the key to disease free living and you need to inculcate the same in your children’s life. If there is any problem related to your child’s health, it is best to consult a paediatrician as they understand your child’s medical needs and provides solution based on their physiology and psychology. To book an appointment with Dr. Neha Bansal, click here for more information. About Bansal Global Hospital A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities. Address: Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033 Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Tel: 9911062832 Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist
Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically. The body is adapting itself to nurture a baby within itself, so it’s important to ensure adequate nutrition is being supplied to the mother and to the developing fetus.  To meet the extra requirements of the fetus, the mother needs extra food and nutrients. But that doesn’t mean one would gobble up everything that comes on the way, as is generally practiced in Indian societies. The below guide will help you prepare a much-balanced diet for you, making sure you are getting sufficient nutrients during various stages of your pregnancy.

Normally, a non-pregnant, non-lactating woman requires 1900kcal each day as a part of a healthy diet. When pregnant, the requirement increases to +600kcal, i.e. 2500kcal each day. You can divide your food accordingly but make sure to follow the healthy rules by Bansal Global Hospital:

Choose food from different food groups: You might like some things better than the other but make sure you include food from different food groups. In a day, you need to have:

About 9 servings of cereals and millets. (Of 30-35gms each)
5 servings of fruits and vegetables. (100gm each)
5 portions of milk and milk products. (100gm each)
2 portions of pulses (30gm each)
1 portion of meat, egg, etc. (30gm)
5 portions of fats and sugars. (10gm each)
Take extra care of hygiene:  It is very important to take extra care of hygienic. Make sure the food is prepared under hygienic conditions in the kitchen and fruits and vegetables are washed properly before use as harmful bacteria like Listeria and Toxoplasmagondii present in them can contaminate the food.

Make sure the food is thoroughly cooked: Pregnant women are exceedingly prone to salmonella infections. Therefore, food must be cooked properly before serving, especially, poultry, eggs, and meat.

Balance your cravings: Even though it’s normal to have cravings during this period, don’t indulge yourself in having too much of junk or unhygienic food preparations. Spicy foods should also be avoided. If you are having cravings for inedible items like clay, soil, chalk, etc. you must consult your gynecologist immediately.

Take proper supplements: Apart from the diet you take, it’s important to take up some supplements to cover up energy requirements. Normally Vitamin A supplements are given to pregnant women. De-warming supplements are also advised in some cases. It is advised to keep in constant touch with your gynecologist with regular checkups. Take supplements only on the medical recommendation of your gynecologist, as different bodies demand different medication.

There are some particular precautionary measures/tips; you will need to follow according to the stage of pregnancy you are going through. Here’s what you need to be aware of when it comes to food habits during pregnancy:

Complete Dietary Recommendation Guide for Pregnant Women 

First Trimester

Take a small amount of food frequently: As the body changes, you will need to be careful to accommodate those changes to your body. Taking a small amount of food at a time will reduce a feeling of nausea and sickness that pregnant woman often feels at this stage.
Take adequate Calcium: Increase the intake of calcium foods in your diet (dairy foods) as it encourages healthy bone development which is very important for your changing body.
Second Trimester

Increase Iron Intake: Iron is an essential component for the growth of red blood cells. Generally, women should take iron rich food throughout their pregnancy but it should be more during the second trimester as the baby is developing its own supply of red blood cells.
Vitamin C intake: To absorb the excess Iron in your body, you will require eating Vitamic C rich foods like berries, kiwi, broccoli, and citrus fruits.
Third Trimester

Avoid acidic food: Heart burn is one of the symptoms you often feel during this stage as the baby gets bigger and puts pressure on the mother’s body. To reduce it, you might want to avoid the intake of acidic food in your diet.


As an end note, remember it is not only until delivery that you need to follow a healthy diet, it’s equally, if not more, important as it was during your pregnancy. Your body needs to replenish post-partum and you also need to lactate well to feed your baby. Therefore, ensure that you continue your healthy diet even after the delivery.
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Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically. The body is adapting itself to nurture a baby within itself, so it’s important to ensure adequate nutrition is being supplied to the mother and to the developing fetus. To meet the extra requirements of the fetus, the mother needs extra food and nutrients. But that doesn’t mean one would gobble up everything that comes on the way, as is generally practiced in Indian societies. The below guide will help you prepare a much-balanced diet for you, making sure you are getting sufficient nutrients during various stages of your pregnancy. Normally, a non-pregnant, non-lactating woman requires 1900kcal each day as a part of a healthy diet. When pregnant, the requirement increases to +600kcal, i.e. 2500kcal each day. You can divide your food accordingly but make sure to follow the healthy rules by Bansal Global Hospital: Choose food from different food groups: You might like some things better than the other but make sure you include food from different food groups. In a day, you need to have: About 9 servings of cereals and millets. (Of 30-35gms each) 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. (100gm each) 5 portions of milk and milk products. (100gm each) 2 portions of pulses (30gm each) 1 portion of meat, egg, etc. (30gm) 5 portions of fats and sugars. (10gm each) Take extra care of hygiene: It is very important to take extra care of hygienic. Make sure the food is prepared under hygienic conditions in the kitchen and fruits and vegetables are washed properly before use as harmful bacteria like Listeria and Toxoplasmagondii present in them can contaminate the food. Make sure the food is thoroughly cooked: Pregnant women are exceedingly prone to salmonella infections. Therefore, food must be cooked properly before serving, especially, poultry, eggs, and meat. Balance your cravings: Even though it’s normal to have cravings during this period, don’t indulge yourself in having too much of junk or unhygienic food preparations. Spicy foods should also be avoided. If you are having cravings for inedible items like clay, soil, chalk, etc. you must consult your gynecologist immediately. Take proper supplements: Apart from the diet you take, it’s important to take up some supplements to cover up energy requirements. Normally Vitamin A supplements are given to pregnant women. De-warming supplements are also advised in some cases. It is advised to keep in constant touch with your gynecologist with regular checkups. Take supplements only on the medical recommendation of your gynecologist, as different bodies demand different medication. There are some particular precautionary measures/tips; you will need to follow according to the stage of pregnancy you are going through. Here’s what you need to be aware of when it comes to food habits during pregnancy: Complete Dietary Recommendation Guide for Pregnant Women First Trimester Take a small amount of food frequently: As the body changes, you will need to be careful to accommodate those changes to your body. Taking a small amount of food at a time will reduce a feeling of nausea and sickness that pregnant woman often feels at this stage. Take adequate Calcium: Increase the intake of calcium foods in your diet (dairy foods) as it encourages healthy bone development which is very important for your changing body. Second Trimester Increase Iron Intake: Iron is an essential component for the growth of red blood cells. Generally, women should take iron rich food throughout their pregnancy but it should be more during the second trimester as the baby is developing its own supply of red blood cells. Vitamin C intake: To absorb the excess Iron in your body, you will require eating Vitamic C rich foods like berries, kiwi, broccoli, and citrus fruits. Third Trimester Avoid acidic food: Heart burn is one of the symptoms you often feel during this stage as the baby gets bigger and puts pressure on the mother’s body. To reduce it, you might want to avoid the intake of acidic food in your diet. As an end note, remember it is not only until delivery that you need to follow a healthy diet, it’s equally, if not more, important as it was during your pregnancy. Your body needs to replenish post-partum and you also need to lactate well to feed your baby. Therefore, ensure that you continue your healthy diet even after the delivery.
Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically
Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically. The body is adapting itself to nurture a baby within itself, so it’s important to ensure adequate nutrition is being supplied to the mother and to the developing fetus. To meet the extra requirements of the fetus, the mother needs extra food and nutrients. But that doesn’t mean one would gobble up everything that comes on the way, as is generally practiced in Indian societies. The below guide will help you prepare a much-balanced diet for you, making sure you are getting sufficient nutrients during various stages of your pregnancy.

Normally, a non-pregnant, non-lactating woman requires 1900kcal each day as a part of a healthy diet. When pregnant, the requirement increases to +600kcal, i.e. 2500kcal each day. You can divide your food accordingly but make sure to follow the healthy rules by Bansal Global Hospital:

Choose food from different food groups: You might like some things better than the other but make sure you include food from different food groups. In a day, you need to have:

About 9 servings of cereals and millets. (Of 30-35gms each)
5 servings of fruits and vegetables. (100gm each)
5 portions of milk and milk products. (100gm each)
2 portions of pulses (30gm each)
1 portion of meat, egg, etc. (30gm)
5 portions of fats and sugars. (10gm each)

Take extra care of hygiene: It is very important to take extra care of hygienic. Make sure the food is prepared under hygienic conditions in the kitchen and fruits and vegetables are washed properly before use as harmful bacteria like Listeria and Toxoplasmagondii present in them can contaminate the food.

Make sure the food is thoroughly cooked: Pregnant women are exceedingly prone to salmonella infections. Therefore, food must be cooked properly before serving, especially, poultry, eggs, and meat.

Balance your cravings: Even though it’s normal to have cravings during this period, don’t indulge yourself in having too much of junk or unhygienic food preparations. Spicy foods should also be avoided. If you are having cravings for inedible items like clay, soil, chalk, etc. you must consult your gynecologist immediately.

Take proper supplements: Apart from the diet you take, it’s important to take up some supplements to cover up energy requirements. Normally Vitamin A supplements are given to pregnant women. De-warming supplements are also advised in some cases. It is advised to keep in constant touch with your gynecologist with regular checkups. Take supplements only on the medical recommendation of your gynecologist, as different bodies demand different medication.

There are some particular precautionary measures/tips; you will need to follow according to the stage of pregnancy you are going through. Here’s what you need to be aware of when it comes to food habits during pregnancy:

Complete Dietary Recommendation Guide for Pregnant Women

First Trimester
Take a small amount of food frequently: As the body changes, you will need to be careful to accommodate those changes to your body. Taking a small amount of food at a time will reduce a feeling of nausea and sickness that pregnant woman often feels at this stage.

Take adequate Calcium: Increase the intake of calcium foods in your diet (dairy foods) as it encourages healthy bone development which is very important for your changing body.
Second Trimester
Increase Iron Intake: Iron is an essential component for the growth of red blood cells. Generally, women should take iron rich food throughout their pregnancy but it should be more during the second trimester as the baby is developing its own supply of red blood cells.
Vitamin C intake: To absorb the excess Iron in your body, you will require eating Vitamic C rich foods like berries, kiwi, broccoli, and citrus fruits.

About Bansal Global Hospital
A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities.

Address:
Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033
Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034
Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034

Tel: 9911062832
Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist

Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically

Read More : https://bansalglobalhospital.com/pregnancy-sure-is-a-demanding-statenot-only-psychologically-but-also-physically/
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Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically. The body is adapting itself to nurture a baby within itself, so it’s important to ensure adequate nutrition is being supplied to the mother and to the developing fetus. To meet the extra requirements of the fetus, the mother needs extra food and nutrients. But that doesn’t mean one would gobble up everything that comes on the way, as is generally practiced in Indian societies. The below guide will help you prepare a much-balanced diet for you, making sure you are getting sufficient nutrients during various stages of your pregnancy. Normally, a non-pregnant, non-lactating woman requires 1900kcal each day as a part of a healthy diet. When pregnant, the requirement increases to +600kcal, i.e. 2500kcal each day. You can divide your food accordingly but make sure to follow the healthy rules by Bansal Global Hospital: Choose food from different food groups: You might like some things better than the other but make sure you include food from different food groups. In a day, you need to have: About 9 servings of cereals and millets. (Of 30-35gms each) 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. (100gm each) 5 portions of milk and milk products. (100gm each) 2 portions of pulses (30gm each) 1 portion of meat, egg, etc. (30gm) 5 portions of fats and sugars. (10gm each) Take extra care of hygiene: It is very important to take extra care of hygienic. Make sure the food is prepared under hygienic conditions in the kitchen and fruits and vegetables are washed properly before use as harmful bacteria like Listeria and Toxoplasmagondii present in them can contaminate the food. Make sure the food is thoroughly cooked: Pregnant women are exceedingly prone to salmonella infections. Therefore, food must be cooked properly before serving, especially, poultry, eggs, and meat. Balance your cravings: Even though it’s normal to have cravings during this period, don’t indulge yourself in having too much of junk or unhygienic food preparations. Spicy foods should also be avoided. If you are having cravings for inedible items like clay, soil, chalk, etc. you must consult your gynecologist immediately. Take proper supplements: Apart from the diet you take, it’s important to take up some supplements to cover up energy requirements. Normally Vitamin A supplements are given to pregnant women. De-warming supplements are also advised in some cases. It is advised to keep in constant touch with your gynecologist with regular checkups. Take supplements only on the medical recommendation of your gynecologist, as different bodies demand different medication. There are some particular precautionary measures/tips; you will need to follow according to the stage of pregnancy you are going through. Here’s what you need to be aware of when it comes to food habits during pregnancy: Complete Dietary Recommendation Guide for Pregnant Women First Trimester Take a small amount of food frequently: As the body changes, you will need to be careful to accommodate those changes to your body. Taking a small amount of food at a time will reduce a feeling of nausea and sickness that pregnant woman often feels at this stage. Take adequate Calcium: Increase the intake of calcium foods in your diet (dairy foods) as it encourages healthy bone development which is very important for your changing body. Second Trimester Increase Iron Intake: Iron is an essential component for the growth of red blood cells. Generally, women should take iron rich food throughout their pregnancy but it should be more during the second trimester as the baby is developing its own supply of red blood cells. Vitamin C intake: To absorb the excess Iron in your body, you will require eating Vitamic C rich foods like berries, kiwi, broccoli, and citrus fruits. About Bansal Global Hospital A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities. Address: Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033 Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Tel: 9911062832 Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically Read More : https://bansalglobalhospital.com/pregnancy-sure-is-a-demanding-statenot-only-psychologically-but-also-physically/
A complete dietary recommendation guide for pregnant women – Bansal Global Hospital

Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically. The body is adapting itself to nurture a baby within itself, so it’s important to ensure adequate nutrition is being supplied to the mother and to the developing fetus. To meet the extra requirements of the fetus, the mother needs extra food and nutrients. But that doesn’t mean one would gobble up everything that comes on the way, as is generally practiced in Indian societies. The below guide will help you prepare a much-balanced diet for you, making sure you are getting sufficient nutrients during various stages of your pregnancy. 

Normally, a non-pregnant, non-lactating woman requires 1900kcal each day as a part of a healthy diet. When pregnant, the requirement increases to +600kcal, i.e. 2500kcal each day. You can divide your food accordingly but make sure to follow the healthy rules by Bansal Global Hospital: 

Choose food from different food groups: You might like some things better than the other but make sure you include food from different food groups. In a day, you need to have: 

About 9 servings of cereals and millets. (Of 30-35gms each) 
5 servings of fruits and vegetables. (100gm each) 
5 portions of milk and milk products. (100gm each) 
2 portions of pulses (30gm each) 
1 portion of meat, egg, etc. (30gm) 
5 portions of fats and sugars. (10gm each) 
Take extra care of hygiene: It is very important to take extra care of hygienic. Make sure the food is prepared under hygienic conditions in the kitchen and fruits and vegetables are washed properly before use as harmful bacteria like Listeria and Toxoplasmagondii present in them can contaminate the food. 

Make sure the food is thoroughly cooked: Pregnant women are exceedingly prone to salmonella infections. Therefore, food must be cooked properly before serving, especially, poultry, eggs, and meat. 

Balance your cravings: Even though it’s normal to have cravings during this period, don’t indulge yourself in having too much of junk or unhygienic food preparations. Spicy foods should also be avoided. If you are having cravings for inedible items like clay, soil, chalk, etc. you must consult your gynecologist immediately. 

Take proper supplements: Apart from the diet you take, it’s important to take up some supplements to cover up energy requirements. Normally Vitamin A supplements are given to pregnant women. De-warming supplements are also advised in some cases. It is advised to keep in constant touch with your gynecologist with regular checkups. Take supplements only on the medical recommendation of your gynecologist, as different bodies demand different medication. 

There are some particular precautionary measures/tips; you will need to follow according to the stage of pregnancy you are going through. Here’s what you need to be aware of when it comes to food habits during pregnancy: 

Complete Dietary Recommendation Guide for Pregnant Women 

First Trimester 

Take a small amount of food frequently: As the body changes, you will need to be careful to accommodate those changes to your body. Taking a small amount of food at a time will reduce a feeling of nausea and sickness that pregnant woman often feels at this stage. 
Take adequate Calcium: Increase the intake of calcium foods in your diet (dairy foods) as it encourages healthy bone development which is very important for your changing body. 
Second Trimester 

Increase Iron Intake: Iron is an essential component for the growth of red blood cells. Generally, women should take iron rich food throughout their pregnancy but it should be more during the second trimester as the baby is developing its own supply of red blood cells. 
Vitamin C intake: To absorb the excess Iron in your body, you will require eating Vitamic C rich foods like berries, kiwi, broccoli, and citrus fruits. 
Third Trimester 

Avoid acidic food: Heart burn is one of the symptoms you often feel during this stage as the baby gets bigger and puts pressure on the mother’s body. To reduce it, you might want to avoid the intake of acidic food in your diet. 

As an end note, remember it is not only until delivery that you need to follow a healthy diet, it’s equally, if not more, important as it was during your pregnancy. Your body needs to replenish post-partum and you also need to lactate well to feed your baby. Therefore, ensure that you continue your healthy diet even after the delivery. 
 
About Bansal Global Hospital

A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities.

 

Address:

Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033

Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034

Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034

 

Tel: 9911062832

Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist

 

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A complete dietary recommendation guide for pregnant women – Bansal Global Hospital Pregnancy sure is a demanding state, not only psychologically but also physically. The body is adapting itself to nurture a baby within itself, so it’s important to ensure adequate nutrition is being supplied to the mother and to the developing fetus. To meet the extra requirements of the fetus, the mother needs extra food and nutrients. But that doesn’t mean one would gobble up everything that comes on the way, as is generally practiced in Indian societies. The below guide will help you prepare a much-balanced diet for you, making sure you are getting sufficient nutrients during various stages of your pregnancy. Normally, a non-pregnant, non-lactating woman requires 1900kcal each day as a part of a healthy diet. When pregnant, the requirement increases to +600kcal, i.e. 2500kcal each day. You can divide your food accordingly but make sure to follow the healthy rules by Bansal Global Hospital: Choose food from different food groups: You might like some things better than the other but make sure you include food from different food groups. In a day, you need to have: About 9 servings of cereals and millets. (Of 30-35gms each) 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. (100gm each) 5 portions of milk and milk products. (100gm each) 2 portions of pulses (30gm each) 1 portion of meat, egg, etc. (30gm) 5 portions of fats and sugars. (10gm each) Take extra care of hygiene: It is very important to take extra care of hygienic. Make sure the food is prepared under hygienic conditions in the kitchen and fruits and vegetables are washed properly before use as harmful bacteria like Listeria and Toxoplasmagondii present in them can contaminate the food. Make sure the food is thoroughly cooked: Pregnant women are exceedingly prone to salmonella infections. Therefore, food must be cooked properly before serving, especially, poultry, eggs, and meat. Balance your cravings: Even though it’s normal to have cravings during this period, don’t indulge yourself in having too much of junk or unhygienic food preparations. Spicy foods should also be avoided. If you are having cravings for inedible items like clay, soil, chalk, etc. you must consult your gynecologist immediately. Take proper supplements: Apart from the diet you take, it’s important to take up some supplements to cover up energy requirements. Normally Vitamin A supplements are given to pregnant women. De-warming supplements are also advised in some cases. It is advised to keep in constant touch with your gynecologist with regular checkups. Take supplements only on the medical recommendation of your gynecologist, as different bodies demand different medication. There are some particular precautionary measures/tips; you will need to follow according to the stage of pregnancy you are going through. Here’s what you need to be aware of when it comes to food habits during pregnancy: Complete Dietary Recommendation Guide for Pregnant Women First Trimester Take a small amount of food frequently: As the body changes, you will need to be careful to accommodate those changes to your body. Taking a small amount of food at a time will reduce a feeling of nausea and sickness that pregnant woman often feels at this stage. Take adequate Calcium: Increase the intake of calcium foods in your diet (dairy foods) as it encourages healthy bone development which is very important for your changing body. Second Trimester Increase Iron Intake: Iron is an essential component for the growth of red blood cells. Generally, women should take iron rich food throughout their pregnancy but it should be more during the second trimester as the baby is developing its own supply of red blood cells. Vitamin C intake: To absorb the excess Iron in your body, you will require eating Vitamic C rich foods like berries, kiwi, broccoli, and citrus fruits. Third Trimester Avoid acidic food: Heart burn is one of the symptoms you often feel during this stage as the baby gets bigger and puts pressure on the mother’s body. To reduce it, you might want to avoid the intake of acidic food in your diet. As an end note, remember it is not only until delivery that you need to follow a healthy diet, it’s equally, if not more, important as it was during your pregnancy. Your body needs to replenish post-partum and you also need to lactate well to feed your baby. Therefore, ensure that you continue your healthy diet even after the delivery. About Bansal Global Hospital A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities. Address: Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033 Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Tel: 9911062832 Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist Like us on Facebook, Twitter Pregnancy doctor in Pitampura Pregnancy doctor in NCR Pregnancy doctor in Shalimar Bagh Pregnancy doctor in Rohini Pregnancy doctor in Azadpur Pregnancy doctor in Bansal Global Hospital Gynaecologist in Pitampura Gynaecologist in NCR Gynaecologist in Shalimar Bagh Gynaecologist in Rohini Gynaecologist in Azadpur Gynaecologist in Bansal Global Hospital Maternity Care in Pitampura Maternity Care in NCR Maternity Care in Shalimar Bagh Maternity Care in Rohini Maternity Care in Azadpur Maternity Care in Bansal Global Hospital Fertility in Pitampura Fertility in NCR Fertility in Shalimar Bagh Fertility in Rohini Fertility in Azadpur Fertility in Bansal Global Hospital Gynaecology in Pitampura Gynaecology in NCR Gynaecology in Shalimar Bagh Gynaecology in Rohini Gynaecology in Azadpur Gynaecology in Bansal Global Hospital Bansal Global Hospital Read More : http://bansalglobalhospital.com/complete-dietary-recommendation-guide-pregnant-women-bansal-global-hospital/
How to keep your bones healthy after the age of 30!

Why has the threshold been set to 30? Because that’s when your body starts changing and somehow you can no longer naturally young and healthy the way you used to be. It’s not that you can’t be healthy after 30, but it requires a bit of efforts.

Changing your habits and bringing in positive changes in your life helps immensely. Since, our bones are one of the most affected areas as we get older; Dr. Suresh Bansal shares some healthy tips to maintain bone health after 30:

Regular Exercise

No, getting older with age doesn’t mean you can rest all day or that you don’t need to play sports or other activities. In fact, it’s now that your need to be active more than ever. Go for regular walks and include strengthening exercises in your routine.

Food Habits

Change your food habits if you had been too ignorant before. Include more calcium rich foods in your diet and take in enough Vitamin D.

Caffeine and Alcohol

That’s a very important point. Cut on your alcohol and caffeine intake and try to reach ‘zero’ intake level for these. It won’t only help in getting your bones strong but will keep you healthy overall.

Regular Checkups

In case of difficulty in walking or abnormal pain that exists for more than 2-3 days, consult an orthopaedic doctor at the earliest. Early detection is half the disease cured!
To know more about bone health or for expert consultation, you can book an appointment with Dr. Suresh Bansal by clicking here

About Bansal Global Hospital

A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities.

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Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033
Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034
Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034

Tel: 9911062832
Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist

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How to keep your bones healthy after the age of 30! Why has the threshold been set to 30? Because that’s when your body starts changing and somehow you can no longer naturally young and healthy the way you used to be. It’s not that you can’t be healthy after 30, but it requires a bit of efforts. Changing your habits and bringing in positive changes in your life helps immensely. Since, our bones are one of the most affected areas as we get older; Dr. Suresh Bansal shares some healthy tips to maintain bone health after 30: Regular Exercise No, getting older with age doesn’t mean you can rest all day or that you don’t need to play sports or other activities. In fact, it’s now that your need to be active more than ever. Go for regular walks and include strengthening exercises in your routine. Food Habits Change your food habits if you had been too ignorant before. Include more calcium rich foods in your diet and take in enough Vitamin D. Caffeine and Alcohol That’s a very important point. Cut on your alcohol and caffeine intake and try to reach ‘zero’ intake level for these. It won’t only help in getting your bones strong but will keep you healthy overall. Regular Checkups In case of difficulty in walking or abnormal pain that exists for more than 2-3 days, consult an orthopaedic doctor at the earliest. Early detection is half the disease cured! To know more about bone health or for expert consultation, you can book an appointment with Dr. Suresh Bansal by clicking here About Bansal Global Hospital A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities. Address: Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033 Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Tel: 9911062832 Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist Bone doctor Bone doctor in Pitampura Bone doctor in NCR Bone doctor in Shalimar Bagh Bone doctor in Rohini Bone doctor in Azadpur Bone doctor in Bansal Global Hospital Fracture doctor Fracture doctor in Pitampura Fracture doctor in NCR Fracture doctor in Shalimar Bagh Fracture doctor in Rohini Fracture doctor in Azadpur Fracture doctor in Bansal Global Hospital Back Pain Back Pain in Pitampura Back Pain in NCR Back Pain in Shalimar Bagh Back Pain in Rohini Back Pain in Azadpur Back Pain in Bansal Global Hospital Orthopaedic Doctor Orthopaedic Doctor in Pitampura Orthopaedic Doctor in NCR Orthopaedic Doctorin Shalimar Bagh Orthopaedic Doctor in Rohini Orthopaedic Doctor in Azadpur Orthopaedic Doctor in Bansal Global Hospital

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