Food Intake During Breastfeeding
Mothers after childbirth should always mengasup nutritious foods and nutrition. This is why it is important? Because after the birth mothers will breastfeed your baby as long as she still breastfed. Moreover, women also need a lot of energy to care for her baby and herself. ASI was also need to be produced quite a lot, considering the needs of the child for a period of growth.
For those of you who are not allowed to postpartum diet for months, as this will affect the slow pace of the recovery period after delivery. Therefore, as much as possible to schedule daily eating well and regularly, as well as a healthy diet that will restore and increase your energy. As for keeping the skin, hair, bones and teeth stay healthy so strongly protected in the long term, then consume nutritious foods.
You need to remember that the mother after delivery in order not to go on a diet because you want to lose weight to get back to its original shape. This will greatly affect long as you breastfeed. Eat a balanced nutritious food like fresh fruits and vegetables combined with carbohydrates such as bread, rice, pasta, and potatoes. For a selection of good carbohydrates are released slowly when calories from the body, such as brown rice and whole wheat bread. In dairy products can be obtained from cheese, yogurt, milk in general. While protein can be obtained from meat, fish, and nuts.
It does not matter if you do not want to consume a large portion of each day. At least, by eating small portions and often will keep your energy levels stable. At feeding time, you also can while snacking snacks that have been prepared by your side.
But you need to know also that there are foods that should be avoided. Because the food is taboo when you are breastfeeding. There are some foods that can be consumed in moderation, and even there are some foods that should be avoided altogether. The food should be avoided ie, foods that contain gas and spicy. Foods that contain gas, such as cabbage and peas. It should be avoided for a while as long as you are breastfeeding, because it will affect the baby CHAPTER become very smelly.
Breast milk production is the result of the type of food you eat. So, if the mother is not allowed to consume food that it will cause a reaction to your stomach and your child. This will affect the reaction of the small stomach and digestive gaseous and its chapter becomes mushy. Try varying your food intake so as not to be a problem for milk production as well as your stomach and your child.
If the food you eat does not react as usual on the child, then immediately to consult a doctor. And ask if the food consumed is taboo for you or not. Ask your doctor or consult a nutritionist, nutrition is needed for breastfeeding mothers. If you drink milk when it was not suitable for you, then it can be replaced with a similar calcium content of green leafy vegetables or perhaps from soybeans.
Based on some research suggests that eating peanuts during breastfeeding can affect and risk in infants who are prone to allergies.