IUI Wellness

A pre IUI diet plan for the

Mother To Be

Recommended 
Pre-Pregnancy foods
Raisins
Green Vegetables
Almonds
Eggs
Folic Acid Tablets

A diet plan helps your body to relax and reduces the strain on the digestive system, so that your body is better suited to produce the required hormones to support your journey towards motherhood. 

You need to drink 8 to 10 cups of water daily to be adequately hydrated.

It is suggested to take folic acid tablets daily with other supplements to boost Calcium and Iron in your body.

Food IntakeDaily Intake in gm
Total Fat25 gm
Calcium600 gm
Sodium1200 gm
Carbohydrates446 gm
Protein55 gm
Iron21 gm
Daily Eating PlanTimingSuggested option
Early Morning6:30 to 7:00 AMSoaked Almonds or Raisins with Milk
Breakfast8:30 to 9:00 AMPoha, Idly, Dosa, Fresh Fruits Juice or Eggs
Mid Morning11:00 to 11:30 AMButter Milk, Fruit Juice, Raisins
Lunch1:00 to 1:30 PMGreen Vegetables, Roti, Sprouts, Dal
Evening Snacks5:00 to 5:30 PMSprouts, Salads, Butter Milk, Fruit Juice, Raisins
Dinner8:00 to 8:30 PMRegular Green Vegetables or Non-veg Options
Post Dinner9:30 to 10:00 PMMilk or Butter-Milk with Raisins

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A pre IUI diet plan for the

Father To Be

Foods that help 
increase Sperm count
Walnut
Pomegranate
Garlic
Eggs
Revital H

Eating healthy and following a few routines could result in an increased sperm count. Staying hydrated is most essential and you should consume 8 to 10 cups of water daily. Also taking vitamin supplements like Revital H is advised to give a boost to your body.

In order to support the IUI procedure, avoid smoking, chewing tobacco or consuming alcohol till the  IUI for a healthy sperm. Also avoid caffeine, caffeinated drinks and junk foods during this period.

Food IntakeDaily Intake in gm
Total Fat45 gm
Calcium800 gm
Sodium1200 gm
Carbohydrates650 gm
Protein95 gm
Iron40 gm
Daily Eating PlanTimingSuggested option
Early Morning6:30 to 7:00 AMMilk or Juice with Walnuts
Breakfast8:30 to 9:00 AMPoha, Idly, Dosa, Fresh Fruits Juice or Eggs
Mid Morning11:00 to 11:30 AMButter Milk, Fruit Juice, Walnuts
Lunch1:00 to 1:30 PMGreen Vegetables, Roti, Sprouts, Dal
Evening Snacks5:00 to 5:30 PMSprouts, Salads, Butter Milk, Pomegranate
Dinner8:00 to 8:30 PMRegular Green Vegetables or Non-veg Options
Post Dinner9:30 to 10:00 PMMilk or Butter-Milk with Walnuts
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