Breastfeeding Diet Choices

Breast milk has the ability to increase white blood cells and antibodies to fight off a common cold if you and baby become ill. Mother produces colostrum in the first few days after birth. Rich in nutrients, it has proteins, minerals, antibodies, everything that the baby will need to survive. To gain all these extraordinary benefits while breastfeeding nutrition becomes very important as does learning what to what to eat while breastfeeding.

The human body is just so amazing, did you know that towards the end of the day your body is going to produce serotonin within the breast milk to make the babies feel more tired and rest easily. 

Your Life Will Change

We all hope for a smooth birth, unfortunately it’s not always the case for a lot of mothers, me included. For the first four months there was so much to get used to. Sleep when the baby sleeps, breastfeed, shower, eat, then do the exact same thing for the baby. One of the cool things about breastfeeding was it helps you to lose anywhere between 500-1000 calories per day. So breastfeeding a baby was a workout in itself. Yes! Finally, something great came out of all these sleepless nights and struggles with a new baby. No matter how difficult the first 6 months with your new baby may become, I am quite certain that the journey will be something you will never forget and be grateful for the experience.

There are many benefits

They also say that if you breastfeed longer, you are less likely to develop baby Blues. Key word here is less, but I have encountered many women that have breastfed for years, still experience the baby blues, some mothers who did not breastfeed at all experience baby blues.

Studies suggest mothers that breastfeed are less likely to get breast cancer. A real bonus is when breastfeeding, the brain releases prolactin and oxytocin (feel good hormones) providing more balance to better handle the process. This literally promotes falling in love with this little human, becoming a great bonding experience.

Breastfeeding Diet Choices

An interesting way to introduce food to the child is by consuming them and that way your breast milk will mimic that food based on the aroma, and it will become very familiar to the child as they become older and start being introduced to real food.

What to Eat While Breastfeeding

This brings me to the importance of introducing Choju Irish Sea Moss with superfoods, into your breastfeeding nutrition program.  

Your schedule is not your own once you have a new baby and you begin the process of breastfeeding; and this requires extra planning if you decide that you must go back to work, and you are pumping breast milk. The question busy mom’s have asked us many times is what to eat while breastfeeding so that they re secure in the knowledge that are giving thier baby a head start in life.

Breastfeeding Nutrition

 It becomes crucial for you to retain nutrients like minerals and vitamins within your system so that you can provide the healthiest milk possible for the baby. Planning a breastfeeding nutrition program is not easy for a busy new mom; so we made a grouping of our organic juices that will provide you with a superior breastfeeding diet that is super convenient.

Healthy diet choices for breast feeding moms

Choju has made a list of juices that will be beneficial to both mom and baby. One less thing mom has to think about, all you have to do is go to the freezer and take out as many blends as you want for the day, each 350ml size bottle has enough nutrients and minerals for 1 meal replacement serving. It is a both a super healthy all organic breastfeeding diet and an incredible time saver.

Here is the list of Choju Irish Sea Moss blends for breastfeeding mothers to enjoy!

  • Beets
  • Carrots
  • Moringa with Ginger
  • Maca
  • Pomegranate with Strawberries
  • Nettle
  • Turmeric with Black Pepper

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Feel free to contact our health and nutrition experts to help you select the best breastfeeding nutrition program for you and your newborn! Read our health blog for more info and health tips.

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