What not to eat nursing

Every nursing mother should know that breastfeeding can not eat, so as not to harm your child.There are products that are categorically not allowed to eat at feeding, and there are some that you can, but with extreme caution, as also need to have an idea.

What you can not eat at feeding

from the diet should completely eliminate alcohol and foods that can cause a child an allergic reaction.Such products include honey, chocolate and citrus.It is desirable to limit consumption of dairy products since they can have an adverse effect on digestion of the child and may be caused by an allergic reaction.When administered in the diet of new products should be accurate, eat smaller portions and watch how the health status of the child if there are any allergies.
In this regard, the most important are the first 3 weeks after birth - this is the time during which the child's digestive system gets used to his new food, as long as he was in the womb, the food was different.
For products that can not be eaten
when feeding include hot spices, sauces, marinades, and fatty foods.It is necessary to replace soft drinks juices.It is recommended to exclude from the diet of female fruit and vegetables, helps to ensure that education was increased in the intestine, which include cabbage, peas, radishes, grapes, apples and others.In the first 2 months of life it is recommended to exclude fruits and berries red meats and eggs.It should abandon the use of broiler chickens, because manufacturers often feed them with various chemical additives.
lover of coffee in the morning allowed to drink no strong drink, to which should be added to the milk, but you can not drink coffee in the afternoon, because otherwise the active substance can pass into the milk, causing the child to be restless sleep.

What not to eat a nursing mother for the first 3 months

In the first 3 months of feeding is recommended that an exception from the diet:
  • canned fish;
  • canned meat;
  • canned milk;
  • vegetable marinades, but allowed the use of a small number of home pickles;
  • semi-finished products;
  • ketchup;
  • mayonnaise;
  • hot sauces, but allowed the use of soy sauce;
  • cabbage;
  • legumes;
  • processed cheese;
  • cheese with mold;
  • grapes;
  • sausages.
all of the above products can be triggered by a strong leg in the gut of the child, which is why you may experience painful cramps.
addition, it is necessary to abandon the use of garlic, onions, garlic, hot pepper, mayonnaise and hot sauces, as they will be given the acuteness of milk.Bitter taste of milk can give mustard, horseradish, strong coffee, a variety of cheeses and additives, dark chocolate.Milk can become salty taste due to the mussels, squid, octopus sauce, spicy herring, pollock roe, cod, especially with additives.Allergic reactions can be caused by shrimp and tuna.
To find out what you can not eat when feeding, it is necessary to find out if you have the child's genetic predisposition to allergy to any specific foods.We need to speak with close relatives.If the father of the child or in your early childhood is marked intolerance to any food, you should play it safe and to exclude them from the diet, at least for the first 3 months of feeding.

Foods that can be eaten with caution when feeding

Precautions should eat:
  • beans;
  • peas;
  • beets;
  • melon;
  • fresh yogurt;
  • vegetable oil.
At surplus of these products, a child may be caused by bloating and upset the chair.
  • persimmon;
  • grenades;
  • pears;
  • rice;
  • fresh bread;
  • shortbread.
this product group can be caused by constipation.
  • grapefruit;
  • oranges;
  • cow's milk;
  • eggs;
  • black currants;
  • salmon and caviar;
  • corn, wheat and semolina porridge.
these products may be due to the occurrence of allergic reactions.

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