Look Inside What’s The Diet Plan Of Mom To Be – Chhavi Mittal

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Look Inside What’s The Diet Plan Of Mom To Be
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Many celebrities from the B-town have welcome parenthood recently. One such celebrity is the television actress, Chhavi Mittal who is soon going to enter the motherhood phase expectedly in May 2019. Chhavi and Mohit are expecting their second baby in May 2019. She is active in social media and regularly updated how she is handling her 2nd pregnancy. 

On 20th of this month, she shares her diet plan for 9 months to stay healthy and fit. According to her, there is no hard and fast rule that she follows.  Also, she drinks a lot of water and during pregnancy have reduced coffee to only half a teaspoon. 

She Shares her entire eating schedule which helps fellow pregnant mommies:

  • Pre Breakfast:  Smoothie. It has 1 banana, greek yogurt, flaxseeds, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, wheatgrass powder, coconut oil, muesli, dates, berries and sometimes organic cocoa.
  • Breakfast:  2 stuffed paranthas with butter, 2 whole eggs with cheese, oats, pancakes, sandwich.
  • Mid-morning: 1 of those jaggery and dry fruit laddoos and coffee. 
  • Lunch: Dal, veg (whatever’s cooked), 2 rotis, salad.
  • Evening snack: Mostly nothing. I start feeling fuller at this time after all the hogging.
  • Dinner (at 7ish): Chicken, mutton with 2 rotis and salad.”

She also shares her toughest time of the day i.e Post- Dinner. According to her “Post- dinner is the toughest time and that time I eat ice cream. My Favorite ice cream is Mississippi mudpie from @baskinrobbins. If I sleep late then I drink half a cup of milk sweetened with dates.

Chhavi is a mother of 6 years old daughter  Areeza. She is now waiting for the new member of the family. She truly enjoying this beautiful journey.

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A lot of you have been asking me what I eat in a day. Honestly there's no hard and fast rule that I follow. I don't like to deprive myself of cravings, and I don't like to overdo sin. That's my motto. I drink a lot of water and during pregnancy have reduced my coffee to only half a teaspoon (upto 200mg a day is allowed though) However, I'm trying to put down a few pointers in case it helps you! 1.Pre-breakfast: Smoothie. It has 1 banana, greek yoghurt, flaxseeds,chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, wheatgrass powder, coconut oil, muesli, dates, berries (whatever's available) and sometimes organic cocoa. 2. Breakfast: 2 stuffed paranthas with butter/ 2 whole eggs with cheese/ oats/ pancakes/ sandwich 3. Mid-morning: 1 of those jaggery and dry fruit laddoos and coffee 4. Lunch: dal, veg (whatever's cooked), 2 rotis, salad 5. Evening snack: mostly nothing. I start feeling fuller at this time after all the hogging 6. Dinner (at 7ish): Chicken/mutton with 2 rotis and salad. Post dinner is the toughest time, and many times I give in to ice-cream! My fav is Missisippi mudpie from @baskinrobbins .I can eat buckets & buckets of this one! In the event that I sleep late, which is extremely rare, I drink half a cup of milk sweetened with dates. Did this help you my fellow pregnant mommies? #diet PC: @gouritonnk21 Tap for sportswear deets ___________________________ #pregnancydiet #dieting #fitness #pregnancyfitness #chhavimittal #mothers #pregnantmom #healthydiet #health #healthy

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Chhavi inspires all the fellow pregnant mommies. She made this pregnancy journey more beautiful.

We congratulate her for her 2nd pregnancy.

Also Read: http://www.momababyetc.com/what-upsetting-sameera-reddy-post-pregnancy/