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Foods to eat while breastfeeding to increase milk supply

Postby umarbwn1122 on Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:57 pm

Good diet is essential for every one especially when you became a mother. That time you are not alone because your baby also be influenced by your diet.

Breastfeeding is very natural process during pregnancy by changing of hormones produce milk. For infant, mother’s milk is more beneficial instead of other milk products.



That is why this is most important to take care of yourself more if you are breastfeeding mother. This is not necessary to follow any diet plan. You just need to add more nutrition’s in your diet.

Healthy food gives you more energy and fulfill your internal weaknesses, keep in your mind that when you are healthy you can make your baby also healthy.
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Re: Foods to eat while breastfeeding to increase milk supply

Postby talkhealth on Wed Oct 30, 2019 9:31 am

Thank you for your post.
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Re: Foods to eat while breastfeeding to increase milk supply

Postby andrewwood on Wed Nov 27, 2019 9:47 am

Hey, Can you guide me furthermore about breastfeeding because my wife has gone to pregnant and we don’t have any idea about feeding after pregnancy what should they eat to produce more milk? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Foods to eat while breastfeeding to increase milk supply

Postby FirstSpringFlower on Thu Jan 23, 2020 2:03 pm

It's extremely important to drink plenty of water. Water helps in increasing the milk supply. Have 3 litres of water per day and eat healthy food.

I discovered that skin-on-skin contact is also extremely important. My little one slept right next to our bed in his bassinet so it was pretty easy to take her rather quickly, put on my naked skin and feed. This releases oxytocin and other hormones to continue signalling to your brain that you do indeed, still have a baby that needs food. You may also take the baby near your breast and hold the baby near the breast.
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