There is no doubt that breastfeeding provides mothers the opportunity to personally intertwined with your child, feeding it totally healthy and natural way through the food itself that your breasts produce.
In this sense, as claimed by many nutritionists, breastfeeding allows mothers to recover so much easier to pre-pregnancy weight, which is why it is recommended that the woman’s diet is approximately 2,700 calories per day . That is, about 500 calories more than a woman pregnant and breast-feeding (equivalent to one meal a day).
And that is probably a good idea to ask, how to maintain the health of the mother who breastfeeds? How should be your nutrition?.
It is vital and essential to maintain adequate levels of iron and vitamin A, compensating for nutrient losses suffered by the mother when breast-feeding.
This is achieved through a balanced diet and adequate, in the words of many nutritionists, experts, should be maintained for the duration of breastfeeding.
But this does not mean, of course, that the mother should eat to excess, which can lead to other problems including additions to both the mother and her own baby. Read the rest of this entry »