Pregnancy Diet Outline for a Balance Pregnancy Diet
The amount of food you eat will very greatly depend on what phase of child bearing you are in, as well as your body type and size. In indigenous cultures, each generation passed along the customs of health and vitality to the next. In our modern culture we have lost this tradition. If you are still connected to your ancestral roots, then a healthy diet can be maintained by following the old ways. Some people are fortunate to have a relative, or a grandparent who still eats or knows of the old way of eating, and thus they can be turned to as a resource and guide for continuing the way of living in a higher degree of harmony with Nature.
What follows is not intended to be a rigid protocol, except for the fact that you certainly need to avoid all modern foods. These guidelines will not heal all of your disharmonies (although they might), nor cure all of your health problems. They do, however, represent a good measuring stick for how to eat a healthy diet. Each person will need to modify the diet based on food preferences, availability of special foods, and personal level of health. If you cannot find raw milk then…buy a cow! I’m largely joking, but some people do consider raising livestock to get raw milk, although I understand it is quite a bit of work. Even if you cannot find raw milk locally you can still usually find good yellow butter, or raw pastured cheese instead. If you have trouble finding a local source, high quality raw butter and cheese is available online or through buyers clubs.
Pregnancy Dietary Program Outline
Use this as an outline for a daily diet to help you create your own dietary program.
A. Fat-soluble vitamins & hormones (vitamins A, D, E, K) twice daily from food-based sources. Choose two out of these three categories:
- Organs of land animals
- Organs or heads of fish or shellfish.
- Raw dairy foods from pastured animals (milk, butter, cream, cheese)
B. Protein and fat foods such as: eggs, avocados, meat (beef, chicken, fish, turkey, lamb, etc.) butter, cream, coconut oil, suet, lard and so forth.
C. Vegetables. Consume vegetables cooked in soups, stews, or side dishes with plenty of fat, or make homemade vegetable juices, but don’t frequently make excessively sweet juices using carrots or beets. Also limit the use of juices from vegetables that normally need to be cooked like kale, spinach or cabbage. Potatoes, though a starchy food, can be nutritious if not consumed to excess, and always with plenty of fat.
D. Assimilation enhancers. Probiotic supplements or foods like yogurt, kefir and sauerkraut help increase your digestive strength. Bone broths help you absorb proteins and fat when eaten together.
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