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Pregnancy Calcium Rich recipes


Last Updated : Dec 18,2017



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Calcium is also one of the important nutrient throughout the pregnancy. In the beginning months, it is required for the development of foetal bones and teeth while towards the end of pregnancy, it is beneficial for preparing for breast milk production. Leg cramps usually experienced during pregnancy and can be due to calcium deficiency. So this section is for you to stock up on your calcium stores. Dairy products like milk, Paneer, Curd along with green leafy vegetables and a few other vegetables like broccoli spinach, mint etc are a good source of calcium. To add to the list further, sesame seeds and nachni are all a good source of calcium.

1200 mg per day is a requirement of a mother-to-be. Explore a wide variety of Indian cuisine in the form of Fig and Apricot Shake, Herbed Paneer Paratha, Nachni Laddoo to a few healthy international recipes like Stir-Fry Paneer Broccoli and Baby Corn Salad, Mexican Paratha, Sesame Asparagus Stir fry .

The table below lists the calcium content of some commonly consumed foods for Pregnant Women.
Ingredients mcg/cup Ingredientsmcg/cup
Til (Sesame seeds) 1740 Cauliflower leaves, chopped(Cow peas), soaked and cooked163
Whole milk paneer, shredded 730 Pista (Pistachios) 140
Cheese, shredded 632 Gavarfali(Cluster beans), chopped 130
Buffalo’s milk 420 Kharek (Dry dates), chopped 125
Buffalo’s milk curds (Yoghurt) 420 Gur (Jaggery), chopped 120
Rajma (Kidney beans), soaked and cooked 406 Moong dal (Split yellow gram), cooked 114
Nachni flour (Ragi flour) 344 Moong dal flour (Green gram dal flour) 114
Kabuli chana (Chick peas), cooked 331 Methi (Fenugreek leaves), chopped 111
Chawli leaves (Cowpea) 270 Akhrot (Walnuts) 106
Chawli leaves chopped 240 Peanuts (Groundnuts) 105
Cow’s milk 240 Masoor dal (Split red lentils), cooked 105
Cow’s milk curds (Yoghurt) 240 Arvi ke patte (Colocasia leaves), chopped 102
Skim milk 240 Whole masoor (Red lentils), cooked 92
Skim milk curds (Yoghurt) 240 Chana dal (Split Bengal gram), cooked 92
Urad dal (split black lentils), cooked 233 Mooli ke patte (Radish leaves), chopped 80
Badam (almonds) 230 Gehun ka atta (Whole wheat flour) 52
Kopra (Dry coconut), grated 200 Palak (Spinach), chopped 50
Skim milk paneer, shredded 182 Fansi (French beans), chopped 46
Moong (Green gram), sprouted and cooked 180 Besan (Bengal gram flour) 46
Skim milk paneer, cubes 173 Dhania (Coriander leaves), chopped 46

Try these recipes in you own kitchen and be assured of your calcium intake throughout your pregnancy.

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Recipe# 2993
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Recipe# 2990
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Recipe# 4611
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Recipe# 39380
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Recipe# 2924
20 Aug 11

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Recipe# 40994
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Recipe# 196
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Recipe# 22434
11 Nov 08

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Recipe# 38985
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Recipe# 2930
20 Aug 11

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
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Recipe# 33254
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Recipe# 36142
25 Jun 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Recipe# 3559
26 Nov 12

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
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