Garbhini Ahara (Diet During Pregnancy)

Garbhini Ahara (Diet During Pregnancy)

Authors: Dr. Anuradha Roy, Prof. (Dr.) Major Anjali Rani,
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One should take food in proper quantity. The quantity depends on power of agnibala (digestive power). Now to understand the proper quantity for individual it is mentioned in Ayurveda that whatever quantity of food gets easily digested in time without disturbing the normalcy of doshas and digestive fires, promotes life-span should be regarded as measured proper quantity (CS.Vi.1/25(3)). The diets as sali, sastika (varieties of rice), mudga (pulses) etc are light in nature due to predominance of vayu and agni mahabhuta (basic elements), which stimulates digestion. Thus even though taken up to the saturation point produces little derangement. On the other hand preparations of flour, sugarcane, milk products, tila (sesame), black gram are heavy in digestion as predominance of prthvi and jala mahabhuta which are not digestive stimulant.


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Dr. Anuradha Roy

Dr. Anuradha Roy

Dr. ANURADHA ROY was born on 22.03.1978 at Dimapur, Nagaland, a beautiful NE State. Her basic primary education was done at Shillong, Meghalaya, thereafter secondary and senior secondary education from Guwahati, Assam. She is a product of Kendriya Vidyalaya. She completed her Under graduation from Government Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Guwahati under Gauhati University in the year 2001. She was University Topper & Gold Medalist for all the professional years. She completed her Post graduation in Prasuti Tantra and Stree Roga from I.P.G.T & R.A, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar in July, 2006 where she was Departmental Topper. She did her Ph.D from BHU in the Department of Prasuti Tantra in the year 2013.Her professional career starts from Punjab, Moga, SSMD Ayurvedic College and Hospital as Leturer, Prasuti Tantra and Stree Roga and RMO for nine months after completion of PG. Then after she joined Banaras Hindu University (B.H.U) as Assistint Professor in the year 2007. She has more than 25 research publications, delivered more than 60 Guest lecturers as Resource person, is an editor and member of editorial board of referred journals, owned 10 various prestigious medals and honors during her UG. Contributed 04 Chapters in Text Book and Knowledge based volumes. Till date while working at BHU her goal is “Swasthashya Swastha rakshanam…” with a holistic approach of lifestyle management and encouraging active participation of women herself. She feels and believes that in the preventive as well as curative management of any condition the main game changer is the Doctor-Patient relationship, a proper counseling and an adequate knowledge of the condition which is very important in today's day of GOOGLE. So with a hope that in strengthen our preventive aspect let's move forward with Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam…

Prof. (Dr.) Major Anjali Rani

Prof. (Dr.) Major Anjali Rani

Prof (Major) Anjali Rani (MD, DNB,DHA,MBA) is born in Sangrur district of Punjab. She has done her primary education from Govt High school Dharamgarh in Punjab and secondary education from Mehar Chand Mahajan college Chandigarh Punjab. She did her MBBS and MD from IMS BHU Varanasi. Then she served in INDIAN ARMY as Short serviceCommissioned officer for five years. During army tenure she worked in Command hospital Chandimandir, MH Jullandhar and 155 BH Tezpur Assam. After that she worked in various hospitals at New Delhi, Kolkatta. Finally she joined in IMS BHU as Assistant prof IN 2011 in department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Now she is working as a Prof in IMS BHU since 2018. She is black belt in tae-know-do and marathon runner. Her basic hobbies are travelling and dancing. She has published two books and 40 papers in various national and I International journals .She has various national and international projects. She is president of NMO BHU unit past Seretary of VOGS. She has main interest in obstetric critical care. She has organized and attended various conferences , workshops and CME.She has also organized And attended arious medical camps in UP, ASSAM, MIZORAM and Karnataka. Her future goal is to mainly work in obstetrical critical care unit and to reduce maternal mortality. She is very much interested in student welfare activities. Arise ! Awake! And Stop Not Till The Goal Is Achieved.