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You want to know if you should take a prenatal vitamin while nursing, and also how much food you should be eating, what kind of things can you be taking to work to eat. And you should definitely be taking a prenatal vitamin while nursing, because it's going to ensure that you have the nutrients that your body needs and that there's excess left over to make good milk for your baby. And one of the things that's important to keep in mind when you're talking about dieting and nursing is that you actually need 400 to 500 extra calories a day while breastfeeding, if you are exclusively breastfeeding. A lot of women think it's a good idea to eat for two during pregnancy and then go on a crash diet afterwards, but you only need 200 to 300 extra calories a day during pregnancy and 400 to 500 calories a day while nursing. So you can see that the requirement is actually higher. You need enough calories, enough nutrients, you need to be well-hydrated so that your body has something to make good milk out of. A prenatal vitamin will definitely help you do that. Now as for nutrition and what to eat, it's good to eat 3 square meals a day and to have frequent snacks as well while you're nursing. Those extra calories should be healthy though. It's not a good excuse to eat 2 doughnuts. For snacks, you could basically think of eating a healthy carbohydrate and a protein. So, almonds are a good protein, an apple is a good carbohydrate. You could eat a cheese stick, which is a protein, and a few crackers, which is a carbohydrate. The combination of the two will help to keep your blood-sugar even, and help your body to run efficiently, and also help you make good milk for your baby. When you're talking about meals, just make sure that you're loading your diet full of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, healthy fats, low-fat dairy, and also lean protein. If you have anymore questions about your well-being or your baby's, talk with your doctor. And if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Iron deficiency can impair a mother's immune system. It can also contribute to exhaustion and is also associated with low milk supply. So does a mother need to consume supplements to increase and maintain milk supply? And can breastfeeding mothers take iron? What vitamins are good for breastfeeding? What supplements should one take while breastfeeding? All these questions have been answered in this episode by Dr. Parekh and Dr. Preeti. For more such informative videos follow the Child And You channel powered by Sushruta Subscribe Us: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2V7cqr36CdsTeWQKNDZ5ng?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Us on Facebook: https://business.facebook.com/Sushruta-1763475657278553/?business_id=117522335626093 Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sushrutahealth Follow Us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sushrutahealth/ Follow Us on Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/healthsushruta/
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What sports supplements are safe to take while Pregnant or Breastfeeding. What to stay away from, what I personally took, and why muscle recovery is SO slow during pregnancy! I am a Registered Nurse as well as an IFBB Bikini Pro (professional athlete) as well as a mom of 2! ** ALWAYS talk to your doctor before taking any supplements while pregnant or breastfeeding :) The supplements in the video are from nlaforher.com. Use my code FITAMY20 for 20% off your purchase! www.fitamysuzanne.com IG: @fitamysuzanne FB: fitamysuzanne SnapChat: fitamysuzanne
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*Vegan nutrition basics* https://youtu.be/ID_2ymmvW5w http://veganhealth.org/ http://www.theveganrd.com/ *Vegan nutrition for pregnancy* http://www.vrg.org/nutrition/veganpregnancy.php https://www.amazon.com/Everything-Vegan-Pregnancy-Book-pregnancy/dp/144052551X **************** References Maternal vitamin D supplementation while breastfeeding http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/bfm.2006.1.59?url_ver=Z39.88-2003&rfr_id=ori%3Arid%3Acrossref.org&rfr_dat=cr_pub%3Dpubmed& http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2015/09/22/peds.2015-1669 *Support a rational vegan community* https://philosophicalvegan.com/ *Subscribe* https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJBry7T2R1WeipWMBWKJ7Rg *Follow me* https://facebook.com/unnaturalvegan https://instagram.com/unnaturalvegan http://twitter.com/unnaturalvegan
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Happy Mommy Monday friends! Today I share breastfeeding tips and must haves in this video! I hope you find this video helpful! :D ✿ Give this video a thumbs up if you enjoyed + subscribe! http://goo.gl/CI8Og ✿ Follow me on Instagram for regular updates! :D My Instagram is AprilAthena7 https://www.instagram.com/aprilathena7/ A huge tip I forgot to share while breastfeeding is to always stay hydrated! Drink lots of water! I also forgot to mention to continue to take your prenatal vitamins or multivitamins! ✿ My breastfeeding must haves: Medela Pump in Style Advanced Breast Pump: http://amzn.to/2tY4fRk Lansinoh Breastfeeding Salve:http://amzn.to/2t3J2nz Hands free bra for pumping: http://amzn.to/2t9bVPf Flanges compatible with Medela pump: http://amzn.to/2tWxXb5 Medela bottles: http://amzn.to/2v5qa9k Tomee Tippee bottles: http://amzn.to/2t3acuV Como Tomo bottles: http://amzn.to/2t4qe7Q Nursing washable pads: http://amzn.to/2usmuki Nursing cover: http://amzn.to/2tudA1z Aden and Anais blanket: http://amzn.to/2tu4eCP Fenugreek pills:http://amzn.to/2tYA8ch These are the pills I’m currently taking that has Fenugreek in them: http://amzn.to/2u1TMEy Nursing tops I have and love Jessica Simpson nursing shelf bra cami: http://bit.ly/2tXRiZk *Please don't take any pills without your doctor's approval or lactation consultant approval. I just want you to be careful when taking any kinds of pills. Zulily has a nursing deals (invite link): http://goo.gl/gulBM5 Nursing soft bra: http://amzn.to/2tYIBMV Nursing wireless bra: http://bit.ly/2tZ5eAH Breastmilk freezer storage bags, forgot to show in video: http://amzn.to/2t8BEHH ✿ My breastfeeding pinterest board: https://www.pinterest.com/aprilathena7/nursing-moms/ ✿ What I'm Wearing: Zulily floral top, here's my invite: http://goo.gl/gulBM5 MAC Mehr lipstick: http://bit.ly/2tjvp8i MAC Soar lip liner: http://bit.ly/2tz2zfi It Cosmetics Confidence in a Cream Med Tan foundation *I include amazon affiliate links. ✿ Subscribe to my baking channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/CookWithApril ✿ You can find me on my vlog channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Apriljustintv ✿ Find me here too! INSTAGRAM @aprilathena7: http://bit.ly/AA7instagram FACEBOOK @aprilathena7 : http://bit.ly/AA7facebook TWITTER @aprilathena7: http://bit.ly/AA7twitter PINTEREST @aprilathena7: http://bit.ly/AA7pinterest SNAP CHAT: aprilathena7 This video is not sponsored. I appreciate you friends soo much for watching! Email: email@example.com
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I use all of these things pretty much on a daily basis. Hope this helped answer some questions! - Medela Symphony Hospital Grade Pump (I rented mine from a lactation consultant company.) - Pumpin Pals Shields http://www.pumpinpal.com/ - Honeysuckle Storage Bags http://tinyurl.com/msutq45 - Motherhood Wireless Nursing Bra (They are usually on Buy 3 Get 1 Free) http://bit.ly/2ynTw8d - Lansinoh Disposible Nursing Pads (not talked about but shown) http://amzn.to/2AbB2oR - Medela Tender Care Lanolin Cream http://amzn.to/2xQphTc - Fenugreek Vitamins from GNC 610 mg http://amzn.to/2xTfImp - Boppy Nursing Pillow http://tinyurl.com/6upopjl --------TECH STUFF I USE------- What camera do I use to record my vlogs? Samsung WB250F What do I use to edit my videos? iMovie ----------------PO BOX---------------- ---------------------------------------------- Want to send me a letter or anything? P.O BOX 3332 Merrifield, VA 22081 ------------------LINKS----------------- SUBSCRIBE TO MY BEAUTY CHANNEL! http://www.youtube.com/user/saaammage TWITTER: http://twitter.com/saaammage BECOME A FAN: http://www.facebook.com/pages/saaammage-Official/187605964036 BLOG: http://www.saaammage.com -------------------------------------------- Some links may be affiliate links.
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In this video, learn how to supplement your baby at the breast when he/she isn't getting enough while breastfeeding. For more information, blog posts, and podcast episodes, check out our website: http://www.sdbfc.com. For more resources, check out these podcast episodes and blog posts: http://www.newmommymedia.com/episode/really-low-milk-supply/ http://www.newmommymedia.com/episode/exclusive-breastfeeding-early-supplementation/ http://www.newmommymedia.com/episode/when-breastfeeding-doesnt-go-as-planned/ http://sdbfc.com/blog/2014/3/19/im-told-my-baby-needs-supplementationnow-what.html
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This is show #2 in a series for moms who are looking for help with breast feeding & wondering what the impact is of supplementing with formula. http://www.cloudmom.com Show 1 tackled supplementing with formula during the baby's first few days in a hospital and a recent study suggesting that it can actually be helpful to give formula in certain cases, so check that out: http://www.cloudmom.com/melissas-daily-vlog/can-formula-in-hospital-help-with-breastfeeding-longterm/ In this vlog, I talk about some of the issues involved with supplementing with formula during the first weeks of a baby's life. For starters, I think a lot of moms supplementing because they feel they have insufficient milk supply. I certainly worried about this a lot! Did you supplementing with formula during your baby's first weeks? If so, did supplementing with formula help breast feeding in your case or do you think it adversely impacted your milk supply? What is your view on combining breast and formula feeding during the early weeks of a baby's life? Please weigh in with your own experience and thanks for watching! Other Parenting Videos You Might Also Like: -Poop Patrol: What's in Baby's Diaper? http://www.cloudmom.com/babys-first-year/whats-in-babys-diaper/ -Newborn: Getting Started with Formula Feeding and Sleeping http://www.cloudmom.com/babys-first-year/feeding-and-sleeping-schedule-formula-fed-newborn/ Stay tuned for more how-to video guides for parents, from one mom to you! ____________________________________________________ CloudMom on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cloudmom CloudMom on Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/CloudMom/ CloudMom on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CloudMom CloudMom on Google+: https://plus.google.com/110241344656824358909/posts Subscribe to CloudMom on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CloudMomShows?feature=mhee
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In this video I discuss several supplements I am using to speed up labor, help with recovery, pregnancy anemia, and to boost milk supply! FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Love-Family-Life/268013809996597
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Noticed your baby feeling fussy? Suspect the cabbage you had for dinner last night? You must have wondered what to eat and what to avoid while you are breastfeeding. Rest assured you can include all foods in your breastfeeding diet that you used to have earlier. However there are two breastfeeding tips for the food you need to keep in mind: First: Some foods can affect your baby if taken in excess Second: Your baby can get fussy, because of what you ate. So, if the last two times you had cabbage, and your baby had gas issues both the times, then it’s better to avoid cabbage. Here are some other food items to exclude from your breastfeeding diet: #Caffeine and breastfeeding - One or two cups in a day is fine for breastfeeding moms. Anything more than that is not recommended - Coffee and breastfeeding is not recommended as Caffeine present in coffee intermingles with the breast milk and hinder baby’s sleep. #Breastfeeding and Alcohol - Drinking and breastfeeding is never a good idea. - Avoid alcohol while you breastfeed your baby as it can get into your breast milk. - However, if you plan on having some, wait for at least 2 hours before you breastfeed. Or a better option is, to have a drink after you breastfeed. #Soy, eggs and peanut - While these foods are generally safe to be included in diet for breastfeeding mothers, your baby might develop allergies to them. - You need to be careful when you include them in your breastfeeding diet, as babies can show disturbed digestion, sometimes rashes too. #Cruciferous vegetables - Cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower, can cause gas issues and make babies uncomfortable. If your baby also reacts in the similar manner, you should avoid them. #Citrus fruits - Most moms can have citrus fruits without any problems while breastfeeding - However some moms have observed their babies feeling a bit uncomfortable. Observe your baby and if she seems to be fine then keep enjoying those juicy fruits. These were some of the food items you should avoid while breastfeeding your baby. If you are concerned about your milk supply here's a diet you should follow - https://www.babygogo.in/diet-for-breastfeeding-mothers-increase-milk-supply/ Subscribe to babygogo for more baby care related videos. **************************************** Connect with us :) Website: https://www.babygogo.in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/babygogo.in Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/babygogo.in Twitter: https://twitter.com/babygogo_in Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/babygogo_in ****************************************
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It's very important to take care of your own body after you've had a baby. It's really easy to get wrapped up in all of the baby's needs and forget your own. But in order to recover and look out for your own wellness, be sure to take a prenatal vitamin every day. Even though you're not pregnant, you should still keep taking one because it has a lot of vitamins and minerals that your body needs, especially while you're breastfeeding because your body is using up your supply to make good milk for the baby as well. So take a prenatal vitamin, eat a good healthy balanced diet, and exercise. If you can, try to get 30 minutes of moderate exercise on most days of the week. And drink plenty of water. All of these things should help you stay healthy and strong. Now as for teas that you can drink after you've had a baby while you're nursing, it would be best to talk with your pediatrician, and they can tell you the things that are okay while nursing. Sometimes your doctor will recommend certain supplements for you to take, especially - let's say you lost a lot of blood at delivery, they may recommend an iron supplement or something like that. So talk with your OB provider, and they can tell you, based on your circumstances, if you have any special needs and need anything above and beyond a prenatal vitamin. If you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Talk to your healthcare provider before starting any kind of supplement regime! These are some of the supplements I take while still nursing my 17 month old. Please note that I didn't start taking some of these things until Nash was over a year old! Hope you enjoy! Instagram: @sterjacks_ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org STER20 for 20% off VPX/Bang Energy and free shipping at VPXproducts.com
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We are referring to your eating pattern. Pregnancy is a time when you may eat various foods to satiate your cravings. But once the baby is born, you do not have the liberty to listen to your taste buds. Before you eat anything, you would ask these questions: “Can I eat it?” “Will they have an effect on my baby?” To save you from this anxiety, SheCare has come up with a list of foods to avoid when breastfeeding.
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Many experts assert that simply eating a well-balanced diet may not be enough to ensure breastfeeding mothers get enough of the nutrients needed to maintain optimal health. It is suggested breastfeeding women take some sort of multivitamins or additional nutrients to help supplement their diets. Dietician and Nutrition Counselor Tina Sapra; RD, MPH, CLE (USA) American Dietetic Association and Former Senior Nutritionist, Fortis; talks about ‘Nutritional Supplements While Breastfeeding’ in this episode of MOMSPRESSO. SUBSCRIBE to the Momspresso by mycity4kids channel!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4py2GP9is_CfhmSxybt8Dw About MOMSPRESSO: Motherhood is a beautiful yet exhausting journey, full of many interesting and overwhelming incidents. 'MOMSPRESSO' is just that - all the incidents, expressions, discussions, expert's views, comical aspects, parenting bumps and milestones that will help you along on your parenting journey. Join the soon to be largest parenting show on the web today, to have a laugh, learn some MORE parenting gyan, and to share in the journey of the toughest job in the world-Motherhood! Learn from latest parenting blogs & stories, visit: http://mycity4kids.com Like mycity4kids on Facebook: http://facebook.com/mycity4kids Follow mycity4kids on Twitter: http://twitter.com/mycity4kids Download mycity4kids Parenting app: Android : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mycity4kids&hl=en iOS : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mycity4kids-kids-activities/id873173909?ls=1&mt=8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How to talk to your children about sex? - Sex Education " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zimiERpRqVY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Oatmeal – This complex carbohydrate will make you feel fuller, longer, and may increase your milk supply! Oats are rich in iron, protein, and fiber. The healthiest options are the non-instant varieties! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "For Ultimate Weightloss Drink This Mixture Every Night Before You Go to Bed " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bfBaIpTLKs -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How can virtually everyone breastfeed even when breastfeeding has been compromised? Exclusive breastfeeding is not always possible after breast reduction surgery, as a percentage of milk ducts are removed in surgery. Nerves, though they can completely regenerate over about an 18 month period may remain affected after surgery. In case of unilateral hypoplasia, exclusive breastfeeding can be ensured with mono-breast feeding, (http://www.mothering.com/articles/one-breast-is-enough/) but in case of bilateral hypoplasia, exclusive breastfeeding is not possible, and when relactating, though exclusive breastfeeding can be restored, it will take a little time. Breastfeeding after breast-augmentation prostheses may sometimes require the same techniques as for breast reduction surgery, but only for a short time, to get things going. Inducing lactation for an adopted baby? The same technique as for breastfeeding after breast reduction surgery may be necessary if lactation is not at optimal production when baby arrives. Renouncing breastfeeding altogether is not necessary just because exclusive breastfeeding cannot be ensured. In the few cases where exclusive breastfeeding is not possible, feeding 100% at the breast is possible with an at-breast supplement system. Adding supplement milk at the breast, until exclusive breastfeeding is established or restored, or until extra calories from table foods have been well established, is a guarantee that a baby is fully fed, 100% at the breast. In case of breast refusal or for whatever reason a baby cannot be put to the breast, finger feeding protects the particular breastfeeding technique, ensuring protection against artificial nipple confusion and artificial nipple preference. A CH5 feeding tube and a syringe for cleaning, can be purchased for less than 3€, and ensure 100% at-breast-feeding for everyone who chooses to.
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How and WHY I supplemented with formula when my baby was a newborn. After days of starving I finally broke down and begged my nurses in the hospital to bring me some formula even though they kept telling me it was only cluster feeding and gas. Once he received the formula he was a new baby and that's when I realized that I was going to have to supplement! Thankfully I got my colostrum in at four days postpartum and have breast fed ever since but I do not regret supplementing for one single second! It definitely saved his life! In this video I tell my story all about how and why i decided to supplement!
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This Video is About Top 9 Foods You Should Avoid While Breastfeeding - The Breastfeeding Diet - Tips for Moms For More Info, Please Read Article In The Description Blow ◄ Video Share Link: https://youtu.be/sVcSMxvNf1w ◄ Previous Video: https://youtu.be/sqcXHowffgM Please Subscribe our channel to get updated with more tips, articles and useful videos on health issue... ◄ https://www.youtube.com/c/ProperhealthiswealthBlogspot?sub_confirmation=1 Like us on Facebook ◄ https://www.facebook.com/properhealthiswealth/ Follow us on Google+ ◄ https://plus.google.com/+ProperhealthiswealthBlogspot Follow us on Twitter ◄ https://twitter.com/P_HealthWealth Visit our blog ◄ http://properhealthiswealth.blogspot.com/ (Under Construction) Too many new mothers don't realize that what they consume is what their baby will also consume. They also don't realize that some of those foods aren't right for their child. It can make them uncomfortable. It is important to learn about foods to avoid when breastfeeding. That way you can do what is going to keep both of you euphoric. While no one consumes those foods intentionally to affect their child, it does happen. Topping the list of foods to avoid when breastfeeding are those that are spicy. A baby may end up with a variety of problematic symptoms when you consume such foods. They include an upset stomach, diarrhea, vomiting, and a hard time digesting your milk. In the most severe cases, they may have abdominal pain that makes you take them in for medical assistance. A common food that many women enjoy is chocolate. Yet this is also on the list of foods to avoid when breastfeeding. It often leads to gas that builds up in their small stomachs. Too many new parents assume that the baby simply has colic, but that isn't the case. If you have a craving for chocolate only consume a square or two of it. You should only be consuming white chocolate as this is easier for them than milk or dark chocolate varieties. It is common for a new mother to want to eat right so she can lose weight and for the health of her baby. Therefore they are often consuming significant amounts of fresh fruits and fresh vegetables. Yet some of them are too harsh for your child when you are breastfeeding. The types of fresh fruits to avoid are those that are high in citrus including grapefruit and oranges. Avoid consuming large amounts of broccoli and cucumbers as well. When you are focusing on the foods to avoid when you are breastfeeding, you also need to think about your drinks. Soda and coffee are full of sugar and caffeine. This can make your child irritable, and it can upset their stomach. You also need to pay attention to how your baby reacts to certain foods. There may be some types of foods that your child doesn't seem to agree with. Cut those out of your diet so that they can feel their very best. The more you are aware of the types of foods to avoid while breastfeeding the fewer concerns you will have with your child. Changing what you eat is a minuscule price to pay for the happiness and health of your baby. Make sure you are consuming enough food each day for both of you. Make it a point to find those foods you enjoy that your baby isn't bothered by. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/1513434
Views: 9110 Proper Health is Wealth
My tips, from personal experience, in combining breastfeeding and bottle feeding. LET'S KEEP IN TOUCH! :) - Blog: http://www.ysislorenna.com - Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ysis - Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ysis - Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lebeautygirl - Snapchat: ysislorenna ABOUT ME Hi, I'm Ysis! I am Brazilian-born, living in the UK with my welsh husband and our baby boy, James, born in April 2015. My channel started as my creative outlet to talk about beauty & fashion, but it gradually became my online diary and a place where I share a little bit of everything, from makeup to pregnancy, technology, mummy and baby updates. As a first time mum, I am still finding my way through motherhood and all that comes with it, so I use this channel to document mummy life, share my tips and connect with likeminded people. I would describe myself as a very happy, positive, honest and loyal person; online shopping is my arch-enemy! I am a qualified lawyer, a stay-at home mum and full-time blogger and vlogger. You can also find me on Channel Mum: http://www.youtube.com/ChannelMum Thanks for stopping by! Don’t forget to check out all my social media links above, and please subscribe to my channel if you like my videos! :) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Baby, life & beauty FAQ: http://bit.ly/YLabout Wedding video: http://bit.ly/YLwedding Pregnancy announcement: http://bit.ly/YLpregnant Birth announcement: http://bit.ly/YLbirth FILMING EQUIPMENT Camera: Canon 70D http://amzn.to/1Lh36uH Lens: Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 http://amzn.to/1Lh3gCf Lighting: Ring Light http://amzn.to/1LvmS5x DISCLAIMER This is not a sponsored video. This video may contain PR samples, products gifted or paid for with gift vouchers/store credit. Some links are affiliate links.
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See The 10 Best Postnatal Vitamins on Ezvid Wiki ►► https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-postnatal-vitamins Fact #1. The majority of women take some form of prenatal vitamins during pregnancy to help ensure they have a healthy baby. However, few place as much importance on consuming them after giving birth. Many might be surprised to learn that taking these vitamins can be just as vital to a baby's health, especially for moms who choose to breastfeed. They can also help lessen the symptoms of postpartum depression. Fact #2. All vitamins and nutrients can be beneficial for nursing mothers and their babies. That being said, a few really stand out as being vital to the health of both mother and child. Vitamin B9 is often lacking in the diets of most western countries. It comes from dark leafy greens, beans and lentils, okra, asparagus, and some other vegetables. It has been shown to alleviate postpartum depression symptoms. It also helps in the nervous system development of newborns. Fact #3. Calcium is an important nutrient after giving birth. Women lose bone density during the initial nursing stages. Calcium can help combat this. Babies also need it to support the development of healthy bones and teeth. It comes from raw vegetables, dairy products, and many types of nuts. Fact #4. Supplementing the body with zinc helps to support the immune system and protect the body from damage caused by free radicals. It can also help increase energy levels before and after giving birth. Research has shown that babies whose mothers take zinc supplements have less incidences of colic and a stronger immune system. It's found in whole grains, oats, eggs, and meat. Fact #5. According to many doctors, eating a well-balanced diet generally isn't enough to provide most breastfeeding mothers with an adequate supply of vitamins and nutrients. This is why it's recommended that these mothers supplement their diets with a multi-vitamin. Postnatal vitamins contain unique blends of vitamins and nutrients specifically designed to meet the needs of breastfeeding mothers.
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"10 Super Foods that Help Improve Breast Milk Supply" Breastfeeding is among the best gifts that the new mother can provide to her newborn babies. Breast milk is extremely nutritious for babies, by having an optimal stability of body fat, sugar, drinking water and proteins. All these types of nutrients are crucial for the baby’s bodily and psychological development. Let to know the top 10 Super foods that help improve breast milk supply. 1. Oatmeal. Oatmeal may also help nursing mothers boost the quantity in addition to quality of the breast milk. It encourages the manufacturing of oxytocin, a hormone that aids in the birthing procedure, bonding using the baby and milk manufacturing. Top your own cooked oatmeal having a spoonful of raw sweetie, cardamom, chopped nuts, berries or even saffron to improve the taste in addition to nutritional profile. You may even enjoy oat meal biscuits or even cookies. 2. Almonds. Almonds along with other nuts, for example walnuts as well as cashews, are super healthy for nursing mothers. Almonds are full of protein, dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which are important for that overall health from the mother in addition to her newborn baby. Enjoy 5 or even 6 drenched almonds every day, but prevent roasted and salted types. Note: Do not eat almonds for those who have a background of enthusiast allergies. 3. Coconut Oil. Extra-virgin coconut oil can also be considered healthy for each pregnant and nursing moms. It contains essential omega-3 fatty acids that help the manufacturing of hormones accountable for breast healthy milk production. Breastfeeding moms should try to eat 1 in order to 3 tablespoons associated with coconut oil each day. You may also use it to create salad dressings and dips. 4. Oranges. The high vitamin C content of oranges is essential for breasts milk supply. A 2002 research published within the Food and Nutrition Message notes how the vitamin C content of breast milk is considerably correlated using the mother’s consumption of vitamin C. Note: Avoid drinking too much amount of orange liquid, as the citric acid could make your baby fussy or even gassy. 5. Fenugreek. Fenugreek, both seeds as well as leaves, works being an excellent galactagogue to stimulate breasts milk release. The choline inside it ensures correct development of newborn babies. Drink the cup associated with fenugreek teas daily. To create the teas, soak 1 tablespoon from the seeds. 6. Eggs. This particular tasty and versatile food is ideal for nursing moms. Eggs are full of protein, lutein, nutritional vitamins B12 as well as D, riboflavin, folate and choline. Include a few eggs in what you eat daily. You may prepare them in a number of ways, such as scrambled, hard boiled or within an omelet or even egg greens. 7. Salmon. Sea food, especially salmon, should be included in the diet related to pregnant along with nursing mothers. Salmon is packed with protein in addition to DHA, a type of omega-3 fatty acid that is important for the development from the baby’s nervous system. Enjoy 2 serving’s salmon every week, either prepared or barbequed. Opt regarding wild salmon rather than farm raised, which could be high inside mercury. 8. Carrots. Throughout pregnancy and with the breastfeeding time period, women should take vitamin A-rich meals like carrots. Vitamin A helps with the healthy development from the fetus and also the newborn, along with lung improvement and growth being especially important. Start your entire day with the glass of fresh carrot liquid. In add-on, a poultice of raw carrots put on the breasts can deal with uncomplicated breasts engorgement throughout breastfeeding. 9. Spinach. Spinach along with other leafy vegetables, such because kale, Switzerland chard, collards as well as broccoli, really are a must with regard to nursing moms. To prepare the spinach, simply blanch this in boiling water. 10. Brown Rice. Another super fruit that may boost milk production associated with nursing moms is brown rice. Brown rice is much better than whitened rice because of its high dietary fiber and nutritional content. One mug of prepared brown rice for your meal is good. However, ensure that you soak the rice within water for some hours prior to cooking. This can make the rice simpler to cook. ............................................ End ........................................................... If you like this video then subscribes this channel. To get more new recipe update. The information and the tips contained on "natural remedies" channel are provided for general and help purposes only and do not constitute any types of legal or medical advice on any subject matter. This information of this video is only for help and solve the problem in natural way. And obviously take advice of your physician or other qualified health provider to take helpful advice.
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[Top 10 Foods to Avoid While Breastfeeding] It is very important that moms maintain regular meals when breastfeeding to gain essential nutrients and also to increase breast milk levels, and while not all babies react to the same foods, here are 10 foods that might cause problems. 1) Caffeine It’s important to know that caffeine does work its way into your breast milk. Babies’ bodies aren’t prepared to process caffeine as quickly as an adult’s body, so if you’re hoping that your baby will nap soon, wait to have your coffee until after baby is asleep. 2) Fish You don’t need to avoid fish entirely, but you do need to be selective about what types of seafood you’re eating. Some fish can be high in mercury, which can find its way into your milk supply. 3) Chocolate Some nursing mothers also find that eating chocolate has a laxative effect—on baby. Watch your baby’s behavior, and diapers—if she becomes fussy or has a runny poop after you eat chocolate, that means it’s time to cut back or eliminate it altogether. 4) Parsley or Peppermint Parsley is a nice garnish and peppermint makes a fabulous tea; the problem with these herbs is they both come with the risk of reducing your supply 5) Dairy Dairy is one of the most common problem foods for breastfed babies. If your baby is especially fussy after nursing, has eczema or other skin issues, or has sleep issues, an elimination diet is a good place to start. 6) Alcohol.. Alcohol does get into your breast milk and can negatively affect your child. While it’s best to avoid drinking, if you choose to have a drink or two, it will take 1-2 hours for the alcohol to metabolize. 7) Citrus Your baby’s GI tract is still immature, and some of the compounds in citrus fruits can be especially irritating. Citrus can cause spitting up, fussiness, or even diaper rash. If you’re craving some vitamin C, try having some pineapple or mango instead. 8) Peanuts If there is a history of peanut allergy in your family, make sure to avoid eating peanuts until after your baby is weaned. The allergenic compounds in peanuts and tree nuts can be transmitted through breast milk. If you’re not sure if your baby might have a peanut allergy, watch for wheezing, rash, or hives in your baby; these can be signs of an allergic reaction. 9) Garlic If you find that your baby is occasionally reluctant to nurse, or pulls off while nursing to make faces, see if it coincides with when you last ate something laced with garlic. While most of us think that garlic makes everything better, babies’ palates haven’t matured enough to appreciate it yet. 10) Wheat Gluten intolerance might take the blame if your baby develops bloody stools. Fussiness and a painful tummy can also point to issues with wheat. Like dairy, the best way to determine if wheat is an issue is to follow an elimination diet. Thank you for watching this video. If you have a question, please let us a comment and we will try to answer you as soon as possiple. Share this video and subscribe to our channel. Related Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCv-P... How To Get Pregnant Fast And Easily https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyDoe... How To Get Pregnant With A Girl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuRzv... How to Raise Your Chances of Having Twins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HHwt... Top 10 Foods to Avoid While Breastfeeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKI8C... How To Increase Milk Supply – Fast! Top 10 Best Foods https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVfqr... 10 Best Foods that Increase Sperm Volum ----------------------------------- LIKE, SHARE and SUBCRIBE our channel: https://goo.gl/ZFhC21 - Beauty Tips: http://goo.gl/xp4pEl - Home Remedies: http://goo.gl/zFSzDN - Pregnancy: http://goo.gl/B6KOsA - Sex & Relationships: http://goo.gl/5WHt3n ------------------- Facebook: https://goo.gl/aBu010 Google Plus: https://goo.gl/m9AsdD Website: http://happymomweb.blogspot.com/ Thank you for watching this video. If you have a question, please let us a comment and we will try to answer you as soon as possiple. Share this video and subscribe to our channel.
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IF YOU LIKED THIS VIDEO, GIVE IT A THUMBS UP AND SUBSCRIBE ! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support! xx, Lisa ___ discount: use code: WELLPERPOST ($5 off any 96 ct. or larger of Perfect Postnatal) from: https://www.newchapter.com/ In today's video I am talking about the most important foods to be eating during pregnancy, how much to eat during pregnancy, and the best prenatal supplement that won't cause nausea. For more easy recipes, food tours, wellness tips, and nutrition education, come hang out at : TWN Home: https://www.thewellnecessities.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewellnecessities/ Join our private facebook group to request topics/ask questions: http://bit.ly/LiLisFacebookGroup *This content is the opinion of Registered Dietitian Lisa Hayim. It is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Lisa Hayim does not take responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before making dietary changes. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. #breastfeeding #postnatal #lactogenic #postnatalfoods #bestfoodsfornewmoms #newmom #postpartum #postpartumweightloss #healthybaby #prenatalnutrition #pregnancy #pregnancydiet #firsttrimester #prenatal #healthypregnancy #newmom #increasemilksupply
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But the amount of iron in your breast milk won't be affected by supplements 6 may 2017 note additional intake mother will not increase levels breastmilk, even if is anemic. If it is a concern, you can always start iron supplementation at that point 27 may 2016 should continue until he or she weaned to least 1 qt if your baby breastfed human milk contains little iron, so infants who are diet need take an extra b complex supplement, since certain 28 feb 2015 breast will normally have the perfect amount of during their first year; Breastfed babies don't any rich one reason why levels in come under scrutiny her by eating foods taking supplements (counseling nursing mother, 2011, p 169) hi all. Perhaps you could ask your dr or chemist about this option? . I am bf and take iron, folic acid, multivitamin, vitamin c zinc on a daily basis. Iron supplements iron & breastfeeding. 21 sep 2015 one important nutrient is iron, which promotes healthy brain function and cell and iron fortified foods, especially during a baby's first six months, can taking large amounts of a dietary supplement while breastfeeding may 5 oct 2015 breastfeeding mothers need the same amount of iron as they do during pregnancy. Reply hi, i have been told to take fgf iron tablets as i'm borderline being they are safe while pregnant and so would say it also be bf. 24 oct 2012 i think you can take spa tone in orange juice, i think it says on the but if i can take doctor prescribed iron tablets while breastfeeding (5 month 1 aug 2016 i am currently taking my prenatal vitamins, and feel my baby is getting the high lactose and vitamin c levels in human milk facilitates iron absorption. Mom answers iron supplement (oral route, parenteral route) before using can i take supplements while breastfeeding? Mothering forums. Breastfeeding, iron tablets & baby constipation help! in midwife can i take an supplement while breastfeeding? . Livestrong livestrong article 256026 iron supplements breastfeeding url? Q webcache. You could try some cooled boiled water, but a baby that little doesn't it turned out the iron tablets i was on causing and when stopped taking them she didn't produce during following day (wed) either there 12 mar 2015 vegan or vegetarian moms should take an supplement, since animal products while breastfeeding forums say they do use if you are considering supplement containing wheatgrass in pill apart from consuming supplements, rich food like lactating mother requires more because of blood loss pregnancy. Now with a 4 do you know if it is ok to take iron pills while nursing? Is there 22 apr 2009 tablets when breastfeeding? Thanks. Mumsnet breastfed babies need extra iron? Breastfeeding basics. Can i take iron supplements while breastfeeding? . Tablets you can countinue to take when bf'ing. Why are iron supplements given to a mother after delivery. Could always get the slow release iron rather then taking it all in one shot 4 jan 2013. Iron supplements taken by mom may produce cons
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http://mommydoesthings.com - How I lost ten pounds in ten days, while breastfeeding. ...Without getting hangry. ...Or buying supplements. (Though I do take a bunch of vitamins and various supplements, already!) . This is really just the beginning of my weight loss this time around. I still have 30 pounds to go, but I'm so amped about finding something that works, I had to share. . Comment below if you watched all the way though and if you have any questions, or if you're going through the same thing. . Items mentioned in video: Pee strips: http://amzn.to/2q4HGe7 Keto calculator: goo.gl/wGQ1ec 21 Day Fix: goo.gl/hqiZlU Blog: goo.gl/s7FVXt . Thanks for watching! . This is where you click to subscribe: goo.gl/6jh6Yh (Tap the bell for the speediest notifications.) . Where to find me when I’m not here: Instagram: @mommysasch Twitter: @saschalorren Blog: http://mommydoesthings.com . DISCLAIMER: This video and description may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I may receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
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You have a good question, you want to know if it's okay to take an iron supplement while breastfeeding and if you were taking one while you were pregnant because you were anemic, chances are you still are because after delivery chances are you haven't gained any blood, you've only lost it. It's definitely okay to continue taking an iron supplement while breastfeeding. You also had a concern about whether or not a low iron level for you would affect your baby. Your body is going to take everything it needs to make milk for your baby. The milk making process is pretty selfish. You would be the one that would be affected by the low iron. I recommend talking to your doctor and they can decide based on your past history if it's a good idea to recheck your levels and decide if you need to continue taking a supplement or if any other treatment is necessary. If you have any other questions for me though feel free to ask them on our Facebook page and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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http://www.extremehealthradio.com/3 - Listen as Sascha Kalivoda talks about pre natal vitamins, the importance of breast feeding our babies and how the are important for the immune system.
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HELLO mommies and soon to be mommies! Here is a quick video about what kinds of medicines to take DO NOT WORRY ABOUT BRANDS!!!! what's important is that you take what you can and what works for YOU! 1- Prenatals: take the one that makes you feel great! I used Prenate Mini for now (Prescribed by my doc) 2- Fenugreek: I got a random one from wal-mart, FOR SURE gives you two ounces more, google the benefits of Fenugreek! (I forgot what they are) http://amzn.to/2wyHgiH 3- Mother Milk Tea: Did not work for me, but maybe it will work for you! Got it as a gift http://amzn.to/2iVVl4N 4- Vitamin D: The one the doctor recommended was sold out at Wal-mart so i bought Vit D 400. But i believe it is 1000 or 2000 http://amzn.to/2iWCHtT 5- Vitamin B- my coffee! any brand works http://amzn.to/2iX2zpr 6- Nipple Cream- Lasinoh works great for me! Painless nipples http://amzn.to/2wyPS98 7- Boob pad- I use the Up & Up product from Target Thanks for watching! SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE!
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Does maternal supplementation with the long chain omega 3 fatty acid DHA improve psychomotor, mental, visual or physical development of infants? Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) So no clear and consistent short or long-term benefit for psychomotor, mental, visual, or physical development with DHA supplementation of pregnant and breast-feeding women. But maybe DHA failed to help women because they were already getting enough, and maybe women with very low intakes would benefit. Find out in my next video: Should Vegan Women Supplement with DHA During Pregnancy (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/should-vegan-women-supplement-with-DHA-during-pregnancy). Previous videos on the concerns about the pollutants in the aquatic food chain include: • Mercury vs. Omega-3s for Brain Development (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/mercury-vs-omega-3s-for-brain-development/) • How Long to Detox From Fish Before Pregnancy? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/how-long-to-detox-from-fish-before-pregnancy/) • Fish and Diabetes (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/fish-and-diabetes/) • Pollutants in Salmon and Our Own Fat (http://www.nutritionfacts.org/video/pollutants-in-salmon-and-our-own-fat) • Should We Take EPA and DHA Omega-3 For Our Heart? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/should-we-take-EPA-and-DHA-omega-3-for-our-heart) More on fish oil specifically in: • Is Fish Oil Just Snake Oil? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/is-fish-oil-just-snake-oil/) • PCBs in Children’s Fish Oil Supplements (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/pcbs-in-childrens-fish-oil-supplements/) • Omega-3’s and the Eskimo Fish Tale (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/Omega-3s-and-the-eskimo-fish-tale) Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/pregnant-breastfeeding-women-take-dha/ and he'll try to answer it! http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/ • Subscribe: http://http://nutritionfacts.org/subscribe/ • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate
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Any healthcare worker that you talk to will recommend breastfeeding, because it's best for mothers and babies. There are so many benefits for both. But with that said, sometimes there are circumstances where a pediatrician will actually recommend formula feeding. And sometimes mothers just choose it, because it works better with their circumstances, they've talked it out with their pediatrician, and made that educated decision. And formula-fed kids go to kindergarten too. Here's a couple of situations where pediatricians might actually recommend formula, or supplementing with formula. One is when a newborn has jaundice. And in order to excrete the bilirubin levels which are really high (and that's what jaundice is), a baby needs to be having a lot of wet and poopy diapers. And they're only going to have a lot of wet and poopy diapers if they're eating a sufficient amount. And in those first few days following delivery, the mother is only making colostrum. There's not a lot of volume, and so the baby sometimes needs to drink more in order to pee and poop more, and that will help them get their bilirubin levels down. Another reason is inadequate growth. So you go see the pediatrician, your baby isn't gaining the appropriate amount of weight, and it might go back to the fact that you're not making enough volume, or maybe you're making skim milk instead of whole, or in other words, the fat content isn't high enough to meet your baby's needs. In other situations, a mother might need certain medications for her own well-being that can't be taken while you're nursing, and so formula is the only alternative. So again, talk with your pediatrician if you have any questions about it, and they'll be able to give you the best advice, and help you come up with a plan that is best for you and little one. If you are going to supplement with formula, there's a couple of ways you can go about it. If you can continue to give your baby breast milk, you can nurse your baby and then follow it up with a bottle of formula to make sure that your baby is drinking enough. Or you can even pump expressed breast milk and give it in the same bottle with formula. If you're going to do that, just make sure you properly mix the formula first with water as outlined by the manufacturer of the formula. Be sure not to water it down to save a buck, because that can cause health problems for your baby. So mix it properly in the bottle and then add the amount of expressed breast milk that you have. This actually helps some babies like the taste of formula a little bit more, because it has the flavor of their mother's breast milk. Another scenario is where you might nurse your baby for some feedings during the day and give them a bottle of formula for others. For example, some mothers notice that in the middle of the afternoon, their supply seems to be a little bit low, and so they replace the afternoon nursing session with a bottle of formula. That's still considered supplementation. But you can still give your baby breast milk, they can still get those benefits while also getting formula at other times of the day. Again, if you have any questions about what's best for your baby, don't hesitate to talk with your pediatrician, and they'll be able to give you the best advice, based on their knowledge of your baby's circumstances. Good luck with everything, and if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Top 10 Health Benefits Of Breastfeeding For Mothers Breast milk provides the ideal nutrition for infants. It has a nearly perfect mix of vitamins, protein, and fat -- everything your baby needs to grow. And it's all provided in a form more easily digested than infant formula. Breast milk contains antibodies that help your baby fight off viruses and bacteria. Breastfeeding lowers your baby's risk of having asthma or allergies. Plus, babies who are breastfed exclusively for the first 6 months, without any formula, have fewer ear infections, respiratory illnesses, and bouts of diarrhea. They also have fewer hospitalizations and trips to the doctor. Breastfeeding has been linked to higher IQ scores in later childhood in some studies. What's more, the physical closeness, skin-to-skin touching, and eye contact all help your baby bond with you and feel secure. Breastfed infants are more likely to gain the right amount of weight as they grow rather than become overweight children. The AAP says breastfeeding also plays a role in the prevention of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome). It's been thought to lower the risk of diabetes, obesity, and certain cancers as well, but more research is needed.
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5 Effective Remedies For Treating Sore Nipples While Breastfeeding #NaturalRemedies Video Link►https://youtu.be/oBlYAvfsYLw ♥ Subscribe - https://www.youtube.com/c/NaturalRemedies2017 How to Treat Sore Nipples Naturally at Home? Here are several effective remedies at home for treating and preventing sore nipples during breastfeeding. Breast milk: The best remedy to treat sore and cracked nipples is breast milk itself. Breast milk is rich in anti-bodies that promote quick healing of painful nipples. All you need to do is squeeze your own milk from both the breast and dip your nipples in it. Allow the nipples to dry before putting back your clothes. Repeat as many as times you wish until the nipples heal. Cold Compress: Cold compress helps relieve any sort of pain and seals wounds. Take a clean hand towel and wrap 4-5 ice cubes in it to make a cold compress. Gently rub the cold compress on the sore nipples. Ensure that you place cold compress only after feeding your baby. Doing it before can reduce the temperature of breast milk which can give a cold to the baby. Tea bags: If you have the habit of storing used tea bags, then this remedy will come to use. Tea is rich in anti-oxidants that help heal cracked nipples. Clean used tea bags and keep them dry. Mildly heat them up in an oven and place it on your cracked sore nipples for about 20 minutes. Repeat as many as times required as it is completely safe for both you and your baby. Salt Water: Salt water is an excellent remedy for fatigue and pain. Likewise, salt water helps relieve soreness and pain in nipples. Take about 4 tablespoons of water in a small bowl and add about 1 teaspoon of salt in it. Dip a cotton ball in salt water and apply it on cracked nipples. Leave on the solution for about 20-30 minutes and clean it using a water dipped cotton ball. Vitamin E: Vitamin E helps treat and prevent cracking and bleeding of nipples. Take Vitamin E capsule and break it using a safety pin. Rub the gel on the nipples and leave on for about 45 minutes and rinse with cold water. Ensure that you apply vitamin E gel only after feeding. Read More Here: https://www.babycenter.com/0_cracked-or-bleeding-nipples_8493.bc ===================================================== Watch More: Breastfeeding After a C-Section. Problems and Solutions► https://youtu.be/lYcZL0uzI14 10 Tips For A Healthy Pregnancy After Miscarriage►https://youtu.be/GZihmchR1UI How To Treat Your C Section Scars At Home | Natural Remedies►https://youtu.be/NYkDc_ztTYw ******************************************************************** DISCLAIMER: The information in this video are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. It is always better to see a doctor depending upon the intensity of the case. Music credit: FREE Creative Commons License My music(ukulele) is licensed under a Creative Commons License: You are free to use the music in your multimedia project (online videos(youtube,...), websites, animations, etc.) as long as you credit me, For example: "Music: www.bensound.com" or "Royalty Free Music from Bensound" ♥ Subscribe - https://www.youtube.com/c/NaturalRemedies2017 Also follow us through: ♥ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MINaturalRemedies/ ♥ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MINaturalRemedy ♥ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/korechkova/natural-remedies/ Watch the video again►https://youtu.be/oBlYAvfsYLw
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Breastfeeding is a special moment in a woman’s life. However, it is tiring, and you need to your strengths up. So, don’t forget to eat these fruits while breastfeeding and make nursing sessions a fun bonding time for you and your little darling.
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http://fitlife.tv/how-do-you-safely-detox-while-breast-feeding/ How do you safely detox while breast feeding Detoxification has been used to get rid of unhealthy toxins and buildup in our cells and tissues. It simply means eliminating toxins from your bloodstream, liver, kidneys, and intestines by means of a particular diet or juicing protocol. While this question has been asked by tons and tons of Juicing Mom fans, the answer will always remain the same, and it is “Don’t”. Never do any detox program while breastfeeding or nursing to your babies. Pregnancy and breastfeeding are both essential period to intake as many nutrients as possible for the healthy growth and development of the baby. You need so much of the calories, protein, carbohydrates, essential fats, minerals, vitamins, fluid, and other important nutrients from different food sources and wide arrays of diet. Another thing is, in the removal of toxins through a cleanse or detox, the waste will re-circulate into the blood stream and possibly absorb into the baby’s blood stream via the placenta or through the breast milk, this is certainly not recommended and could be harmful to the baby. When is the best time to do detox? Detoxing should be done before and after pregnancy. Doing a cleanse or a reset a few months prior to conception is most essentially recommended as juicing can boost fertility and may also improve the health of the baby, and the parents. Important nutrients vital for Mothers and their babies during pregnancy and breastfeeding: Fulvic Acid – this is one of the needed nutrients that many mothers overlook. This important nutrient helps in the development of the baby helping it ward off toxins and other harmful substances that causes birth deficiencies. Protein – we need an extra 10 grams per day. This is important for the growth of all tissue. Here is more on plant protein sources. Calcium – if a pregnant or lactating woman does not intake enough calcium then it will be leached from her bones to ensure the baby’s needs are met for proper development. Vitamin B12 – is essential for proper nerve and brain function for both mother and baby, a deficiency can caia, delayed growth, development and movement disorders. Folate – is essential for the prevention of neural tubal defects and many studies stress the importance of this nutrient pre-conception and during pregnancy. Iodine – Iodine deficiency becomes particularly critical in pregnancy due to neurological damage during fetal development as well as during lactation. Iron – It is recommended to have approximately 30mg per day, double the normal recommendation. Zinc – deficiency has been associated with birth defects and low birth weights. Sources include nuts, seeds, seafood, meats, egg yolk and whole grains. Vitamin D – there are numerous studies associating this deficiency with pre-term labour, low birth weight, pre-eclampsia, poor growth, bone fragility and an increased incidence of auto-immune disease. Vitamin K and C – it is estimated that many women are vitamin K deficient during pregnancy. http://fitlife.tv/how-do-you-safely-detox-while-breast-feeding/ Click here to SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/2fw7xYU Powered by Organifi... Because YOU are Enough! Check out our Amazing Superfoods: https://bit.ly/2JAan8p Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Organifi/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/organifi/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/juicing/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/organifi Check out our blogs: http://fitlife.tv/ https://www.organifishop.com/blogs/news Join the Organifi Tribe: https://www.organifishop.com/pages/join-our-tribe Get my free Alpha Reset Guide Here: http://www.organifi.com/ytalpha/ http://www.justthefactsbaby.com/mom/article/the-breastfeeding-detox-172 http://www.eatnakednow.com/detox-while-breastfeeding/ http://thecoconutmama.com/2014/06/5-tips-to-safely-detox-while-breastfeeding/ http://www.youngandraw.com/why-you-should-not-detox-during-pregnancy-or-nursing/ http://www.bodyenlightenment.me/blog/2012/08/is-it-safe-to-juice-feast-cleanse-or-detox-while-breastfeeding/ detoxing how do you safely detox when breastfeeding detox while breastfeeding pregnant women detoxing when nursing pregnant moms healthy guide to pregnancy proper way of detox when to detox weight loss body reset baby nutrition proper guide to detox juicing moms health benefits of fulvic acid fulvic acid for moms fulvic acid for pregnant women folate for pregnant health benefits of protein nutritional value for pregnant women health benefits of vitamin C health benefits of Vitamin D health benefits of calcium organic foods healthy produce safe detox protocol for pregnant women
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You mentioned that you have a newborn, so first of all, congratulations on that. And you're wondering if it's okay to breastfeed and bottle-feed with formula at the same time. And it definitely is okay, but there's a lot of things to think about before you start supplementing with formula. First of all, I recommend talking with your pediatrician, because they can work through a lot of issues with you. And if your desire is to breastfeed, then they can help you make that a successful experience, and refer you to a lactation specialist which can actually sit down one on one with you and watch you nurse your baby and decide what's going right, what adjustments need to be made, and if your baby isn't latching properly, help them latch properly so that breastfeeding can go well for both of you. There are so many benefits to breastfeeding your baby. It helps them have less infections in the first year, it actually helps to prevent issues down the road - things like diabetes and obesity. But it also is beneficial to your body too. It helps to fight off things like postpartum depression, diabetes and cancers later in life. So it's so good to breastfeed. Any healthcare worker that you talk with is going to say "breast is best" - that's one of our mottos, but sometimes formula needs to be given too, because the bottom line is that a baby's nutritional needs need to be met. If breast milk can do that, then great. But if it can't, then thank goodness we have formula, because formula can also help a baby thrive, and formula-fed kids go to kindergarten too. So if your baby is happy, healthy, and gaining the appropriate amount of weight as outlined by the pediatrician on breast milk, and you can keep doing that, then I would say "go for it". And keep in mind that even though breastfeeding is a natural thing, that certainly doesn't mean it comes naturally. It takes a lot of work and effort in the beginning, especially if this is your first baby. Most lactation specialists tell women that if they can just stick with it for at least 6 weeks, things will get better. But if during those first 6 weeks, your baby's needs aren't being met, your body isn't making enough milk in spite of your best efforts of increasing your supply, maybe you're making skim milk instead of whole and your baby's not growing, then yes, definitely supplement with formula. Now every once in a while, a mom will want or need a break, and she won't be able to nurse her baby when her baby is ready to eat. Let's say that you're going to go somewhere for 4 hours, and the person who is home with your baby is going to give them a bottle of formula. If you have stored breast milk, then you could give that to your baby. But if you don't have any storage, then you could give formula. Just keep in mind that if you're not stimulating your body to make milk by either nursing or pumping, then you'll probably see a decrease in your supply if this is happening on a regular basis. For example, some mothers noticed in the afternoon time that their milk supply isn't as good as it is at other times of the day, and so they just think, "Oh, well I need to supplement with formula", instead of trying to boost their supply. So then they replace that afternoon feeding with formula, and then they make no milk during the afternoon. So they're able to nurse their baby in the morning, evening, and night time hours, but not in the afternoon, because milk supply is a supply-and-demand type of function. So if you're not emptying the breast, it doesn't get the message that it needs to make more. So just a word of caution if you're wanting to formula-feed, just know that you should use formula at consistent times of the day, otherwise you'll notice a decrease in your supply overall. Again, I do think it would be best for you to talk with your pediatrician and a lactation specialist who can discuss your issues and concerns one on one, and give you the best advice. But I sincerely hope the best for you and your baby, and if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Ask Dr. Mike QnA: How To Lose Weight While Breast Feeding Today's question comes from a Facebook Fan. She asks: ===== What can do for nutritionally as a nursing mom? Sometimes I feel like its not possible to lose weight as a nursing mom because I'm so afraid of losing my milk supply. Any suggestions? ===== In these situations it is important to focus on metabolism enhancing activities and not metabolism decreasing activities (such as excessive caloric restriction). In this video I discuss 2 calorie burning keys for losing weight while breast feeding and then how to estimate your calorie needs to elicit weight loss while breast feeding. *Please post questions and comments below and subscribe to my youtube channel Connect with Dr. Mike! Facebook: http://facebook.com/nutritionphd Twitter: http://twitter.com/mikeroussell Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/1/100066186061226936571/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/mikeroussell About Dr. Mike: Mike Roussell, PhD is the Head of Nutrition at PEAK Performance. Dr. Mike has a diverse nutritional background serving as a consultant to professional athletes, executives as well as pharmaceutical and food companies. Dr. Mike is most well-known for his blend of nutritional science and psychology which helps clients make long lasting and power changes to their body and health. Dr. Mike holds a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and a doctoral in nutrition. He is the author of the 6 Pillars of Nutrition. He maintains a popular nutrition and weight loss blog at http://mikeroussell.com
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Watch more Newborn & Baby Development videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/506146-Formula-Feeding-vs-Breastfeeding-Baby-Development Parents always want to know, "What should we do? Formula or breast milk?" As a pediatrician, I always recommend breast milk and breastfeeding, although that's not the right answer for every single family. What I like to recommend is happy baby, happy mother, happy mother, happy baby. I will never force a mother to breastfeed who does not want to breastfeed. We do know that breast milk offers fantastic protection for a baby's immune system. The immunoglobulins that get transferred from the mother to the baby stay with the baby for the rest of their life. The gut is colonized initially and the baby is much less likely to get diarrheal infections, to get ear infections, much less likely to have asthma. It's protected against a lot of common illnesses in childhood. That being said, not all mothers feel breastfeeding is right for them. You don't have to exclusively breastfeed. Some moms breastfeed during the day and they give formula at night. Some moms alternate and some moms don't breastfeed at all. And that's fine, too. The formula that is available on the market now provides a baby with all the vitamins and nutrients as comparable to human breast milk. You have to talk to your doctor - which formula would be right for your baby? We recommend babies who drink formula start with cow's milk formula. If there's something wrong - the baby's not tolerating it, the baby has severe rash or bloody diarrhea - let your doctor know and the doctor will help you choose a different formula for your baby. Babies who are exclusively breastfed at two weeks of age should start Vitamin D drops, 400 units a day. Babies who are on formula do not need to take vitamins because all of the vitamins are supplemented in the formula. Every family has to figure what out is right for them. Society often pressures parents to do things that they might not feel comfortable about, and that's when you need to talk to your doctor. Some moms want to only breastfeed and don't want to pump. Some moms only want to pump and don't want to breastfeed. Whatever is right for you is what you have to do for your baby, because baby will not thrive if the mom or family is not happy.
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Human being is equipped with ample natural resources so that he can exploit them to get the necessary inputs. Similarly, nature has provided a readily available nutritional resource for a newborn baby as well owing to the fact that the baby is not deployed with eating tools.
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Best Foods to Eat While Breastfeeding 1) Whole grains: Entire grains like oats, rye, entire wheat, quinoa, and millet are an extraordinary wellspring of fiber and iron. Low iron/sickliness can influence drain generation so it is basic that nursing mothers get a lot of iron. The fiber will likewise enable you to feel full more and shield you from nibbling on futile calories and carbs found in nibble sustenances. Another advantage of entire grains, for example, oats is that it brings down cholesterol. It has been discovered that drain expanding herbs and nourishments have this in like manner. So have a bowl of cereal early in the day and receive the rewards! 2) Almonds: Almonds make an extraordinary tidbit that is stuffed with protein and fiber. They are likewise a fantastic non-dairy elective for calcium. While it has turned out in late examinations that breastfeeding mothers don't have to take additional supplements for calcium, it is imperative that you get the suggested every day measurements. Having a dairy prejudice may obstruct that. Almonds are an extraordinary substitute for that! Eat them crude entire or cut, in plates of mixed greens, as accents to dishes like sauteed green beans, place them in smoothies, or snatch some in a Trail Mix! Almonds are delightful and awesome for a brisk and filling nibble in a hurry. "Best Foods to Eat While Breastfeeding" 3) Salmon: Other than being high in protein, salmon is likewise wealthy in DHA. DHA, an omega-3 unsaturated fat, is critical for the improvement of your infant's mind. It is additionally a lean protein so extremely sound for mother! In the event that you are searching for solid approaches to eat while breastfeeding, salmon is an extraordinary alternative to add to your week by week slim down. 4) Berries: Berries, for example, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries are brimming with vitamin An and vitamin C. Infants are conceived with low levels of vitamin A yet breastmilk is wealthy in it. It is vital to eat bounty while breastfeeding to guarantee you are taking care of the demand your body is utilizing for your drain. Vitamin C is a cancer prevention agent and ensures cells which keep them solid. It helps in recuperating when yoBest Eat them crisp, in a smoothie, in a natural product plate of mixed greens, solidified, dried, or as a reviving enhancement to your water. Such huge numbers of potential outcomes! "Best Foods to Eat While Breastfeeding" 5) Leafy greens: Dim verdant greens are frequently alluded to as breastfeeding super nourishments. They are pressed brimming with vitamins, supplements, and calcium (there's some protein in there as well!). Greens like kale, bok choy, collards, spinach, and chard are additionally rich in folic corrosive. Eating these super nourishments will fill you with vitamin A, vitamin C, press, fiber, protein and that's just the beginning! Subscribe Us : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1OHjPjSoHjZO28hDNyb_jQ Like Us: https://web.facebook.com/manhd.365/?ref=tn_tnmn Add in Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/113182243246115778802
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"Various foods which improve the quality of milk and milk supply in new mothers, water is the first ingredients everybody Infra sizes of drinking more water to keep hydrating because water helps in making the consistency. And also it's good for circulation in the body so it as supplies more nutrients for the milk production. Second is chewing carrots which are rich in vitamin A and they have milk boosting properties as well then garlic garlic is through ages centuries it has been proved to have better milk supply. Other people who don't consume garlic they can take garlic paste. They have to take whole grains like brown rice, whole legumes like chana rajma mastar with skin so that they increase fiber in the diet, better digestion and also weight loss providing more protein. Lactating mother is advised to eat whole grains so to have all the nutrients are which are beneficial for milk production. The other thing that is essential during lactation is Omega because its the anti-inflammatory and also is part of milk because non vegetarian people can take Omega from fishes like Salman, Michael and the resident people can take Omega from wall. Flax seeds and is advisable to take supplements as walnuts The Omega which is available in food is not sufficient and especially Omega provides essential fatty acids.Raw papaya has some factors which produce more milk and can be taken as salad or in any form or cook vegetable sort of things and all the nuts especially walnuts almonds rich in protein and they provide the olsen flats in there was informed variety of fruits they provide lots of phytonutrients. All forms of nuts provide oil in virgin form and helps in production of milk and if she is she is rich in diet so that she gets all the immediate vitamins and minerals for the baby as well as for her."
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You wanted to know if it's okay to drink protein shakes while nursing and this would be a good question for your pediatrician. You can take in the specific type of protein mix that you're planning on using and they can take a look at the label and decide if it has anything in there that could potentially be harmful to the baby. In moderation, generally speaking, they're okay for adults to consume. We want to stay away from ones that have extra high amounts of saturated fat. This would obviously lead to weight gain and that sounds like one of the concerns that you're having. As far as drinking them and controlling your weight, they can be good sources of protein but they can help you bulk up, especially if you're working out a lot. Exercise a moderate amount and eat a healthy diet full of lean meats, other sources of good protein, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats. The combination of eating well and exercising should help you control your weight. If you have any other questions for me though, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at facebook.com/intermountainmoms and recommend us to your friends and family, too.
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