Bollywood Actress Sonam Kapoor Dispels Pregnancy Food Myths

Bollywood Actress Sonam Kapoor Dispels Pregnancy Food Myths
Photo: Instagram/@sonamkapoor

According to the actress, “eating for two” is a fallacy that not everyone can successfully implement.

Sonam Kapoor, a Bollywood actress and new mother who welcomed her baby Vayu on August 20, has talked openly about the diet she followed while pregnant.

Kapoor gorged himself on food of every kind. On her Instagram stories, she wrote down the information below.

Bollywood Actress Sonam Kapoor
Photo: Instagram/@sonamkapoor

carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, spinach, cooked greens, tomatoes, and red sweet peppers are some examples of vegetables (for vitamin A and potassium)

Fruits include red or pink grapefruit, cantaloupe, honeydew, mangoes, prunes, bananas, apricots, and prune juice (for potassium)

Oat milk, soy milk, coconut milk, fat-free or low-fat yoghurt, and I avoided dairy because I have a lactose intolerance. bourbon, paneer (cottage cheese)

Grains: prepared or ready-to-eat cereals (for iron and folic acid); I also avoid glutten. I discovered that was easier on my stomach.

Proteins include chicken, lamb, salmon, trout, herring, sardines, beans, dals, and peas, as well as nuts and seeds.

The most crucial element is liquid! a lot of water

She also urged her followers to be careful when selecting produce.

Sonam commented on her Instagram Story, “It’s crucial to select clean organic vegetables (prevent exposure to pesticides) and to cook it carefully.

It’s a fiction, according to Sonam, when people say to “eat for two.”

“Never listen to those who claim otherwise. If you are carrying a single baby, kindly use common sense when eating. You only require 350 extra calories, she continued.

Vayu, a boy, was born to Sonam and her spouse Anand Ahuja in August of this year. A sweet message template that said, “On 20.08.2022, we welcomed our darling baby boy with bowed heads and open hearts,” was used by the happy parents to share the good news. Thank you to all the medical professionals, nurses, friends, and family who have helped us along the way. Although it’s just the beginning, we already know that our lives will never be the same. – Anand and Sonam

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