World Breastfeeding Week 2020: What Foods Can You Eat To Increase Breast Milk Production?

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Aug 07, 2020

Naturally, Improve Breast Milk Production: After government efforts, there has been a lot of awareness that a newborn should breastfeed exclusively for six months of her life (baby feeding). During this time no other substance or drink should be given to her except mother's milk. If you think that 'why it is important to drink mother's milk' then let us tell you that it protects the child from all diseases. The Indian Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization (WHO) also recommend only breastfeeding for the first 6 months of the baby's birth. Only after six months should the child start giving light solid food. But along with this diet, giving mother's milk is also essential. In such a situation, it becomes crucial that the mother takes full care of her diet. But in today's Bhagyam Bhagi Bhai life, where the mother has her career along with the child, the menu becomes a big problem. If the mother's food itself is not well, then the biggest challenge in breastfeeding is not to get breast milk. That is why new mothers should take full care of their diet. So, what should happen in a new mother's diet during breastfeeding and after which changes in her diet, the mother can increase her breast milk. 

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