If you are looking for some pregnancy fitness-related inspiration, then Kareena Kapoor Khan is here to give you some tips. The actor shared posts on her social media endorsing yoga during pregnancy sporting a pink bralette and tights, flaunting her bare baby bump.Also Read - Even Katrina Kaif's Basic Red Shirt And Pyjama Shorts Cost Over Rs 1.36 Lakh, Stop Rolling Your Eyes!

The actor, who is expecting her second child with actor husband Saif Ali Khan, shared a picture doing yoga in the post. “A little bit of yoga, a little bit of calm,” she shared her fitness mantra. Also Read - Even Taimur Ali Khan Gets Tricked by These Turkish Ice-Cream Vendors - Watch Viral Video

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Kareena has always endorsed yoga and fitness. In an interview, Kareena had revealed that she cannot diet. She said in 2018, “I’m a Kapoor—we love our food—and I can’t diet.” Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar who has been working with Kareena Kapoor for many years now told Vogue that when Bebo was in her first trimester back in May and June 2020, the nutritionist included carbs, fats, and proteins in a balanced manner to her diet.

Rujuta told the publication that Kareena’s first meal had soaked almonds or bananas for some quick energy. Grains like rice and wheat are an important component of one’s diet, particularly while pregnant. Lunch and dinner included rice-based dishes and yoghurt (with papad too!) or a roti with a vegetable or sabzi like paneer.

Kareena, who will soon be seen in the film Laal Singh Chadha, has been promoting comfortable life for working women. She was known to promote the same during her first pregnancy as well. She has a four-year-old son Taimur with Saif.

Not just Kareena, actor Anushka Sharma also endorsed Yoga during pregnancy. The new-mommy posted a picture doing a headstand with the help of husband Virat Kohli. In fact, a lot of doctors and medical experts suggest that one should stay active and practice yoga for healthy childbirth.

Unless you have a medical reason to avoid physical activity during or after your pregnancy, you can begin or continue moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity. It is better to ask your doctor about the types of things you can do during pregnancy.