Journal of Pakisthan medical association, 49 Pregnant women mainly received support from their husbands. There is an accepted practice of avoiding, or including, some foods during illness. Impact of Nutrition Education. The concept that some foods promote purity of the body, mind, and spirit also influences Hindu dietary practices.
Faith and belief on hot and cold effects of food, harmful and helpful food is prevalent in all most all parts of the world. Voluntary written informed consent was obtained from all participants.
Harmon, 19th century spiritual guide, form the foundation of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Data collection All consecutive patients admitted immediately to the ICU after abdominal surgery over a 2-year period August - August were included for the study. We were looking for common experiences of immigrant women; however we recognize that there is heterogeneity within and between various immigrant communities.
Despite these observations, little attention has been paid to the food consumption and choices of immigrant women in the perinatal period and research is needed to elicit understanding of ethnocultural food choices and practices and to improve culturally based competency of maternity care.
Recovering from wounds always requires extra nutrients and diet. Same study can be conducted on large scale which will help in generalizing and concluding the findings.
As evidenced by the healthy immigrant effect [ 67 ], relatively healthy immigrants enter Canada, yet over time, many factors contribute to a decline in their health.
Potato, meat, fish, egg, ginger, garlic, onion, pulses are the foods mostly avoided by the surgical patients. A small scale descriptive study was used for the study. Many Hindus are strict vegetarian.
Wiley Job Network, Traditional remedies for wound care, such as cayenne pepper, coconut oil, or honey are used by the patient in post surgery as they belief that it will help close wounds faster and reduce the risk of scars.
This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. After analysis of the data, the findings was presented in different tables. The study found that the people hold the beliefs about pure and impure food; hot, cold, and neutral foods; beneficial or harmful foods; or curative foods.
Data was collected through interview. Understanding food beliefs and practices is critical to the development of dietary recommendations, nutritional programmes, and educational messages. This study aimed to understand the pregnancy food beliefs and practices and the underlying reasons for these among the contemporary rural Kalenjin.
broadly defined as beliefs and taboos on food that was adhered during the postpartum period by the new mothers which are socially constructed and shaped by the perceptions and practices of the culture (Piperata, ; Yeh, ). According to traditional Chinese beliefs, the body of a woman is believed to be in a state of ‘cold’ during the postpartum period and thus ‘hot’ foods, such as ginger and wine are generally recommended.
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Ghanaian women's food beliefs and practices during pregnancy and the scope for developing more effective maternal health interventions were explored in this study. Thirty-five multiethnic Ghanaian women between the ages of 29 and 75 were interviewed about pregnancy food beliefs and practices.
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