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Breastfeeding Diet - Good Nutrition for You & Your ... - Women's Health
Nursing mother's have special nutritional needs. Learn what you need to know for a healthy mom and a healthy baby when you decide to breastfeed.
Breastfeeding: Illness in the mother or baby - Pediatrics - About.com
Very few maternal illnesses or breast problems require the mother to stop breastfeeding. Alsobreastfeeding rarely needs to be discontinued for infant illness.
Taking Care of the Breastfeeding Mother - About.com
Discussion on the mother's needs while breastfeeding.
What Foods Should a Nursing Mother Eat?
A breastfeeding mom can eat just about anything she wants, so it's not necessary to avoid any specific types of foods while your are nursing your baby. Women ...
Vitamin Supplementation and The Breastfeeding Mother
Sep 17, 2014 ... Vitamin Supplements For Breastfeeding Women ... of foods, you shouldn't need to take a daily vitamin supplement while you are breastfeeding.
How Much Caffeine Can A Nursing Mother Have? - Breastfeeding
Coffee, tea, chocolate and soda are often a part of our everyday diet, but are they safe to have while you're breastfeeding?
How Much Alcohol Can I Have While Breastfeeding?
Four young women sitting in bar with cocktails, making toast, smiling. - Andrew ... Take the Poll: As a breastfeeding mother, do you ever drink alcohol? Do you ...
Can a Woman With PCOS Breastfeed Her Baby? - About.com
Jun 12, 2014 ... A woman with PCOS who has had difficulty getting pregnant may be concerned about her ability to breastfeed. Learn here about the issues that ...
What Shouldn't A Nursing Mother Eat Too Much Of? - Breastfeeding
You can eat almost anything you want when you're breastfeeding, but there are a few items you should limit or try to avoid. Moderation is the key.
Extra Calorie Intake Needed for a Breastfeeding Mother
Sep 26, 2014 ... In general, a woman who is not pregnant or breastfeeding needs to eat between 1800 and 2000 calories per day, depending on her height, ...
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