Inside Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Diet! Here’s What Bebo Swears By!

by Vinita Jain
Inside Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Diet! Here’s What Bebo Swears By!

Kareena Kapoor Khan  has always been a champion for promoting a healthy lifestyle.  The mother of two often posts about eating nutritious foods instead of speeding up the weight loss process. In the audiobook, Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible: The Ultimate Manual for Moms-To-Be, nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar takes a page out of Kareena Kapoor Khan’s diet.

Bebo and her celebrity nutritionist, Rujuta Diwekar, shared some simple tips for expecting moms and addressed common concerns about staying healthy during pregnancy.

Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Daily Diet

Eversince Kareena has been working with Rujuta since 2007 and has a daily mantra!

“When I started working with nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar, she ordered me to start my morning with a banana and I stuck with it. It’s great for my iron and potassium needs,” says Kareena. Her day still begins with a banana and 5 almonds.

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Kareena Cut Back On Caffeine During Pregnancy

Kareena revealed during Taimur, she stopped consuming caffeine. With her second pregnancy, she again cut back on caffeine significantly. But this time she drank half a cup of tea in the morning. For breakfast, she usually opts for just poha and idlis.

The Jab We Met actress also said, “My only post-dinner sweet treat would be plain homemade yogurt mixed with chopped dates, cashews, and pistachios.”

Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta says during pregnancy, you’ll be informed about all the important nutrients to you and your baby. It can be a little dizzying. Hence, consuming homemade meals and seasonal foods are the essential nutrients a pregnant body needs.

Kareena Kapoor Khan's diet
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Essential Nutrients You Need During Pregnancy

Protein: Protein is a bodybuilder that helps develop and repair cells, muscles, tissues, and organs.

Iron: The body uses iron to make extra blood for mother and baby, carry oxygen to both mother and baby, and keep RBC counts high.

Folic Acid: Folic acid is especially important during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy because it prevents neural tube defects in babies that affect the spine, spinal cord, and brain.

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And there are more tips and tricks shared by Bebo in the audiobook! Do give it a listen!