PASSPORT TO HEALTHY PREGNANCY BY GITA ARJUN PDF

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Passport To Healthy Pregnancy book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Product Condition: No Defects. Title, Passport to a Healthy Pregnancy. Author, Dr. Gita Ar Publisher, Westland Limited, ISBN, , Export Citation, BiBTeX. On the occasion of World Breastfeeding Week (1 to 7 August), we bring you 10 Old Wives' Tales that are simply not true.

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There are many incidents in the book which one can really relate to. The book is divided into 17 chapters and discusses many vital areas that a pregnant woman will worry about, such as, weight gain, labor positions, diet and various problems that can occur.

The book also expels a number of pregnancy myths prevailing in our country Passport to A Healthy Pregnancy Author: Dr.

Gita Arjun obstetrician and gynecologist Price: Approx Rs. This passion is evident in the book as well as it covers all topics from preconception to pregnancy to childbirth to newborn care.

The book talks about herbal mixes, Yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, music, Vedic chants and Ayurvedic diet that can help mother and baby be healthy. Yes, holistic ways to have a great pregnancy, giving you natural tips and tricks as you progress in the journey.

It covers various related topics like exercises, healthy recipes, sitting postures, stretch marks and eating right — all from an Indian point of view. It is a great read for women who love to stay fit and eat well, and place health and fitness at the top of their lists.

The books gives you easy to do, pregnancy-friendly asanas and meditation techniques. If meditation and other holistic approaches are your way of relaxing, then you must read this one.

This has many insights on the spiritual nature of pregnancy and how to remain calm and relaxed during the nine months Nutritious Recipes For Pregnancy Author: Tarla Dalal Price: Approx. Parikh Price: Approx. In my opinion, one of the biggest gaps in such books by foreign authors is locally relevant diet advice.

Arjun has attempted to fix this with a useful chapter on eating healthy, which helps slot Indian cuisine regulars like chapatis, rice and lentils into an ideal pregnancy diet. There is also diet advice peppered through the book suggesting, for example, familiar and easily available options like idlis and coconut water to help alleviate or minimise certain symptoms of pregnancy.

Nothing brings on unsolicited advice like a woman with a bun in the oven and the conflicting advice from family and friends can be confusing.

Passport to a Healthy Pregnancy (Revised and Updated) [Paperback] [Jan 01, 2017] DR GITA ARJUN

This book provides definite answers on questions like whether it is safe to eat papaya, or if eating saffron will beget a fair child. After some detailed sections on labour and delivery, Dr.

Arjun does not stop short at delivery and a sizeable portion of the book is devoted to postpartum information and advice. She covers a breadth of topics, including a photographic how-to for bathing the baby and post-pregnancy birth control. Overall, I think the book is pretty comprehensive.

If anything, I think it is too detailed and technical in parts for the average layperson who might not be interested in knowing the thickness of the blastocyst wall, or even what a blastocyst is for that matter!

A lighter, less dry tone of voice would have made this book much easier and more fun to read.However, not the collection to show in your bookshelves.

Arjun does not stop short at delivery and a sizeable portion of the book is devoted to postpartum information and advice. Of course, you should not and are not expected to download all these books and read them cover to cover.

It will reduce you to review it every single time you require.

I would have preferred advice on diet, exercise, obstetrician visits and potential health issues, amongst other things, to be handily located in the relevant month or trimester of the pregnancy instead of separate chapters.

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