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Category Archives: Eating Right for Breastfeeding

Everyone knows that diet and prenatal supplementation are important when you’re pregnant, but considerably less attention is paid to the postnatal diet. Since baby is likely to be getting all of her nutrition from you, however, what you put in your body continues to be critical. Here you’ll find helpful information about eating for optimal postnatal health, as well as supplementation and medications.

Breastfeeding and Medications

Written by Samantha Sorden As the number of Americans relying on prescription drugs continues to increase, breastfeeding moms need to be hyper vigilant about the prescription and over-the-counter medications they take. Almost all medications transfer into breast milk, but most are safe to take while breastfeeding because the amount of the substance that makes it […]

Eating Right for You and Baby

The good news about breastfeeding is that you don’t have to eat specific foods to make high quality breast milk for your baby. Mothers from all over the world, eating many different diets, have all been nursing successfully for thousands of years. However, a healthy, balanced diet will increase the quality of your breast milk […]

Should I Take Prenatal Supplement While Breastfeeding?

Many doctors recommend that breastfeeding mothers continue to take a prenatal supplement. In theory, if you eat a well-balanced diet, you should be able to get all the nutrients your body needs. In reality, however; it can be hard to be sure you are eating enough of the right foods each and every day. By […]

Weight Loss by Breastfeeding

One of the many ways that breastfeeding can benefit mom is that it can help you to lose weight. Because it takes an extra 500 calories to make breast milk, you have a 500 calorie head start on moms who are formula feeding. It is recommended that you don’t make a conscious effort to lose […]

Getting Your Body Back into Shape

Many women are anxious to start an exercise program after giving birth. Once your body has healed from childbirth (at least 8 weeks postpartum), there is no reason you cannot start a fitness program. Moderate exercise will not change the taste or quality of your breast milk. There has been some concern that the lactic […]

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