What are the best foods to eat while breastfeeding?
lots of everything! avoide oranges and alcohol and veg from the brassica family. find out more on gurgle.com Answer: Oatmeal and Gatorade are known for helping to increase milk supply. Otherwise just be sure to get enough water and try to eat a healthy balanced diet.
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yes you can eat them UNLESS you are alergic to them:)
\nYou can but you might regret it! The spicy food will influence the flavor of the milk and can upset your baby's stomach, and the hours of screaming may not be worth a spicy …meal. Sometimes the baby won't even drink the milk if it is too strong. My daughter refused to eat after I had eaten something that was loaded with garlic. I expressed milk for a couple of hours and then I guess it was out of my system so she began to nurse again. \nAn exception would be if you ate spicy food during your pregnancy. Amazingly the amniotic fluid is also influenced by what we eat, so if you ate spicy foods during pregnancy then the baby will be used to it. I believe there have been studies based on Latin American cultures where the food tends to be spicier; they've found that babies and children have higher tolerances than children from cultures with blander cuisine
oui. in other words yes
Unless your baby has an allergy then there really are none.
Just to let you know Pineapples are acidic so that can affect the child depending on how acute their reaction to that may be. So, in certain cases it can cause rashes, but ove…rall no, pineapples have no adverse affect whatsoever.. hope this helps.
After giving birth to my first child, (which I breastfed) my midwife said I can go back to eating everything I did before I got pregnant just don't go mad with the booze!!
Mostly milk, meats, and grain. Fish and steak can be really healthy for the baby but make sure not to drink too much soda.
Yes you can
why the heck would you wat to eat chalk.
Foods rich in fiber and protein are good choices for a healthy diet. Be sure to stock up on fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. You will find great results by following this… advice.
High protein diets are good for losing weight, but you have to make sure you eat vegetables and fruits low in sugar with it. Consuming a lot of protein in a diet is good as lo…ng as you incorporate the whole grains with it and the veggies and fruits. Whole grain food such as whole grain breads and pastas are also better for you and will help you with eating healthier...Stay away from fast food restaurants there is nothing healthy at those places.
Yep, eat as much as you want.
Well its not kosher.. However it can be eaten without harming baby. .
It depends on if one is obese or merely somewhat overweight. Forone who is obese, the main things are: exercise, no sweetenedliquids at all, and no junk food at all. Preferabl…y no sugar. Eat 3small-portioned meals/day; do not skip breakfast; and avoid snacks.Limit calories to around 1500/day (better to consult a doctor ornutritionist), and weigh yourself 2-3 times/week. Ignore thesensation of hunger. If you see your weight diminishing at areasonable rate (1-2 pounds/week), keep it up. For one who is moderately overweight, the above guidelines can berelaxed a little. For dieters in general: Avoid crash diets, diet pills etc. Avoid fatty cuts of meat. Walkas much as possible. Bicycling and swimming are good too. More guidelines: Don't concentrate on specific foods so much as on a balanced,healthy diet plus exercise. Plenty of moderate exercise rather thanintense exercise, which can damage your joints. Good nutrition means eating what your body needs, while ingestingas few harmful things as possible. It has also been described asgetting enough of each of the major food categories (grains,fruits, vegetables, protein, dairy, etc.; plus plenty of water). This will vary somewhat from one person to another; and I don'tbelieve that there's any universal diet that can be prescribed foreveryone. Avoid best-sellers with their perennial fads. And thinktwice before using any dietary supplements. In general, one's starting point can be a menu of whole grains,whole-wheat bread, a good amount of vegetables, some fruits andnuts, fish, lean meats (in not-large amounts), and some dairy.However, this must be tweaked according to one's health, weight andother factors at the outset; and also adjusted over time, as onesees what works for him/her in particular. Another general thing that may be said is: the less salt, thebetter. The less processed foods, the better. The less junk food,the better. The less sweetened drinks, the better. Also...whenever you feel queasy, nauseous, constipated or otherwisenot completely well, try to remember what you've eaten over thelast several hours or the last day. This is one method of adjustingone's food habits. See also the attached Related Link.