Are you eating right for your baby

Are you eating right for your baby? There is a lot of advice out there that says I don’t need to be on a special diet while breast feeding. BUT it’s not true. So, if I don’t eat foods that has Omega 3’s for my baby’s brain development how is he going to get it? If I...

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Why no Dairy for Infants

Why No dairy. Babies tend to be most allergic to the foods they have been offered first. While a baby is exclusively breastfed, he is only exposed to the foods his mother eats and secretes in her milk, so his exposure to potential allergens is minimized. Cow's Milk...

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Colic-Causing Foods to Watch For While Breastfeeding

Colic-Causing Foods to Watch For Mother-infant dining partners can enjoy a bountiful menu. But some babies are sensitive to certain foods in mother’s diet. Colic-causing foods can enter your breast milk and upset your baby as early as two hours after you ingest...

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Breastfeeding and Brain Development

The Inseparable Link of Brain Development and Breastfeeding Breastfeeding and child development have long been thought to go hand in hand and recent studies have supported this fact. Breastfeeding from birth into a child’s early years can greatly help their brain...

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Breastfeeding -Nutrients you and your baby need

 Super-Foods for New Moms while breastfeeding.  Losing those pregnancy pounds might be at the front of your mind. But there’s something that's even more important for your body after your baby arrives: eating foods that give you the energy to be the best mom you can...

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How much milk should moms pump

Every bit of moms’ milk that baby gets (even the tiniest amount) is like liquid gold. If baby does not nurse immediately postpartum, mom should begin pumping within 6 hours of baby’s birth — starting early makes a difference for future milk production. How much milk...

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Coconut Oil while Breastfeeding

Milk Quality and MCT Milk that is rich in medium-chain fatty acids is vital for the healthy growth and development of the child. For this reason, MCT are added to most, if not all, baby formulas. Yet, these fatty acids are not exactly the same as those found naturally...

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Benefits of Probiotics During Breastfeeding

Health Benefits of Probiotics During Breastfeeding Breastfeeding is not just a way to feed your baby. It is also a bonding process. Breastfeeding offers a newborn comfort and nourishment. It is instinctive. It is nature’s way of keeping your newborn healthy and happy....

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Pacifiers: yes, or no?

Parents have relied on pacifiers for ages to calm crying infants. But are they really right for your baby? Pacifier Pros Some of the good things pacifiers can do for your baby: Lower risk of SIDS.Pacifier use during naps or nighttime can prevent sudden infant death...

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ABCs of Breastfeeding

ABCs of Breastfeeding A = Awareness. Watch for your baby's signs of hunger, and breastfeed whenever your baby is hungry. This is called "on demand" feeding. The first few weeks, you may be nursing eight to 12 times every 24 hours. Hungry infants move their hands...

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