“Studies have proven that babies who were breastfed got a higher IQ when they grew older, got a better performance at school and were more sociable! ” 

Breastfeeding benefits both the mom and the baby,and increases the bond between both of them! Breast milk  is very rich in nutrients and antibodies that protect the baby. It is easily digested by the baby than the milk formula, and has just the right amount of fat, sugar, water, and protein to help your baby continue to grow.

Many new moms wonder if  diet can affect breastfeeding or can make them produce less milk?!  You don’t need to make  major changes to what you eat or drink, but  there are a few considerations and special food restrains to follow!

Keep in mind! If your diet is too low in calories or relies on one food group, that will affect the quality and quantity of your milk.


 The exact amount depends on  your weight, you workout level, your metabolism and how frequently you’re breastfeeding. But breastfeeding  increases your calorie needs, usually moms who are breastfeeding need 2000 calories per day.

Increase your water consumption by half a litre a  day. Nursing women tend to get thirsty especially during feeding sessions because part of their water consumption goes directly to milk production.

Eat 5 meals a day, with 2 snacks in between and focus on healthy cooking, high fiber food choices, 3 fruits a day and a lot of vegetables.

Keep in mind that everything you eat will go directly to the milk!

So avoid any food that can cause bloating problems  for your baby like cauliflower, raw carrots, couscous, brocolli, peppers , cabbage,  beans and lentils. (you need to see the effects of these food on your baby).

Avoid nicotine, caffeine, alcoholic beverages and artificial sweeteners, including diet sodas! Those will decrease breast milk production!!


 Good Nutrition for you means good nutrition for your baby!

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