Foods To Avoid After Miscarriage

Foods To Avoid After Miscarriage

13 Oct 2022 | 2 min Read

Dr vaishali chaudhari

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When a miscarriage happens a woman undergoes a lot of physical and mental trauma that needs to be given special attention to in order to heal. Appropriate treatment, medications, hygiene, supplements, a healthy diet, and therapy are super important to promote and support the healing process.

When talking about a healthy diet, it’s very important to know what to include and what to avoid. By saying a healthy diet, it means an adequate amount of proteins, vitamins, nutrients, and other essential components.

When it comes to the foods to avoid, here’s what you need to know

· Avoid empty calories

Eating empty calories or junk food that have very low or no nutritive value should be restricted. Having oily, fatty junk foods adds no value to the recovery.

· Sodas and alcohol

Sodas and energy drinks have caffeine content that is known to slow down the recovery process. Additionally, such drinks have a lot of sugar content that can lead to a rise in blood sugar and hamper recovery. Alcohol also acts in a similar way; it has no contribution to the recovery rather it hampers the healing process.

· Sugary foods

Cadies, gummies, doughnuts, sweeteners, etc lead to a rise in blood sugar levels that lead to additional health problems and also slow down the recovery.

· Soy products

Phytate in soy products is believed to hamper iron absorption which has a negative effect on the recovery process. Though soy foods are categorized as a healthy food option it’s suggested that they should be avoided after miscarriage.

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