November 03, 2011

Lagi Pasal Pemakanan Ibu yang Menyusu....

Sumber-sumber dipetik dari bacaan di link ini....

  • You need about 500 calories a day more than your prepregnancy intake if you breastfeed your baby.
  • include extra protein for milk production, more calcium- and vitamin-rich foods, and more fluids than your normal diet.
  • Continue to take your prenatal vitamins (unless your doctor tells you otherwise).
  • Eat a varied, balanced, good-quality diet.
  • Pay special attention to fluids; drink enough to quench your thirst. Many moms drink a tall glass of milk or water while nursing.

Foods to avoid:

  • Avoid junk foods and empty calories.
  • those that contain food additives and dyes, certain gas-producing foods (such as broccoli, cabbage, and beans), eggs, nuts, tomatoes, shellfish, chocolate, corn, strawberries, citrus fruits, onion, garlic, and some spices. To decide if a particular food upsets your baby, eliminate that single food from your diet and see if the symptoms disappear.
  • Do not consume food in very large amounts, this may cause problems for a breast-fed baby. A half gallon of apple juice or orange juice, very large amounts of fruit, a whole jar of peanuts, or any other food consumed in unusually large quantities may cause your baby to have diarrhea or gas.
  • Caffeine passes into breast milk and may cause your baby to have an upset stomach and be irritable
  • Almost every drug or medication makes its way into breast milk. Some medications appear to have no harmful effects on your baby, while others are most certainly not safe. Talk with your pharmacist or your child's doctor before you take any prescribed or over-the-counter medications-be sure the medications pose no problems for your baby.


  1. junk food tatahan la..kadang2 makan fast food lagi..bukan maknya je..ngan anak sekali..hahaha..

  2. salam.

    saya tag awak tau..


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