Post delivery, the new mothers need to take porper care of themselves. Experts advise them to have light and digestable food and go for oily massage.There has been a baby fever last week with the Duchess of Cambridge giving birth to her first son, George Alexander Louis with Prince William, and other celebrities like Penelope Cruz and Nancy Juvonen also joining the run.With the new-born, these mothers need a lot of attention and Anjum Anand, TV chef-food writer and mother of two, shares her top health and diet tips for the new mums."For Kate, eating well and looking after herself in the next few weeks and months will be really important," femalefirst.co.uk quoted Anand as saying."After childbirth, the body is depleted and according to Ayurveda, the digestive system is weak as there is a vata imbalance which is aggravated with lack of sleep and erratic eating patterns. This needs to be rebalanced. As well as healing the body's tissues and balancing the energy levels, it is also important for new mums like Kate to eat the right foods for breastfeeding," she added.Here are some tips for an ideal post pregnancy routine by Anand:1. Daily oil massages for both mum and baby are not only great for skin but are also good for bringing mum's energy back into balance and for strengthening the baby.2. Cook with a little ghee instead of oil - this is good for restoring depleted energy and strengthening tissue.3. Try eating really simple and easy to digest foods like soups, stews, porridges, rice and lentil dishes. What a mother eats when she breastfeeds is also what the baby has to digest, so keep it simple and light.
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