Is it possible to nurse nursing?
Breastfeeding is an important part of nursing carefor a child just born. How to eat a nursing mother? Can I eat certain foods, sweets? Is it possible to breastfeed nuts, dried fruits? There are always a lot of questions, and in fact, the way a woman eats depends on the condition and the correct development of her baby.
If you do not have any allergic reactions to foodfoods, and during the pregnancy you ate all the food, then the nuts will not harm and with breastfeeding, as they in some cases even improve the beneficial properties of breast milk.
For example, the use of walnutscontributes to an increase in the fat content of mother's milk. The unique composition of this kind of nuts, consisting of approximately 60% of the so-called "useful" fats, makes up for the deficiency of fatty acids without raising the level of cholesterol. Can I feed walnuts? Of course, it is possible and even necessary. The main thing about which you do not need to forget, in a large number of them is not recommended in any case.
Walnuts are not only a source ofuseful nutrients, but also contribute to a good mood of the nursing mother. They also contain vitamins of group B, vitamin A, D, C, E. The core of the walnut is a source of some trace elements: iron, iodine, calcium, potassium, sodium, etc.
Is it possible to breastfeed mother nuts, except for walnuts? For example, almond? Or cashews, hazelnuts? If you do not have food intolerance to these foods then boldly eat them, since they will serve you and your child as a storehouse of calcium and protein. The main thing is to remember that nuts are needed in small quantities. If you have any doubts about how the child reacts to a new product, start introducing them into your diet with breastfeeding gradually, and keep an eye on the child's reaction (how does his stool change, whether colic increases, sleep disturbance and etc.) If you are in doubt about eating a product, always check with your doctor or a district nurse.
Let your baby grow healthy!