Balanced nutrisitions meals for breastfeeding mom
1. Follow the food pyramid. Food pyramid ensures that you'll get the right amount of nutritious foods. Include items from all food groups: grains, vegetables, fruit, dairy, and protein foods (like meat, poultry, seafood, nuts, eggs, and/or beans). You should use sweets and oils sparingly.
2. Maintain a regular eating schedule. Nursing mothers should also maintain a regular eating schedule. Never skip meals, even when dealing with a jam-packed schedule. Breakfast might seem like the one meal you just don't have time for, but there are a few quick, healthy options: sprinkle berries on cereal or oatmeal,or toss dried fruit and granola into non-fat yogurt.
3. Folic Acid is mineral that crucial for preventing birth defects early in pregnancy, but its powers continue through your baby's infancy by encouraging growth. Folic acid is also a friend to your heart. Aim for 500 micrograms each day slightly less than the 600 micrograms you need during pregnancy.
4.Seeds are a nutritional gift. They are the very beginning of life for every plant on earth. They provide a concentrated source all the nutrients found in the mature plant as well as the nutrients needed to grow the tiny seed into a beautiful blooming plant. Also, seeds are high in protein and essential minerals such as iron, zinc, and calcium, as well as healthy fats. Then nuts and seeds are not clinically proven have lactogenic properties, but they have been used for centuries to help breastfeeding mothers thanks to their high vitamin and mineral content. Every seed has its unique nutritional makeup, so choose a variety including sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, and sesame seeds.