Peaches with breastfeeding
Peaches and nectarines are one of the most popular summer fruits. They are low-calorie and, thanks to this, do not harm the body of the nursing mother. Peaches in breastfeeding are extremely beneficial to both mom and baby due to the high content of beneficial vitamins and trace elements in the fruit.
Pediatricians have nothing against this product, but at the same time do not recommend eating fruits daily and in large quantities. But, as with any fruit with a red tint of peel, with peaches nursing mom should be extremely careful. A nectarine should be consumed in the least amount, as they are often the cause of allergic reactions and intestinal disorders in children.
Peaches with excessive use cause the same allergy in the child. This does not mean that you need to completely abandon this fruit in the diet. You just need to take a short break for 3-4 days and then eat less. Then there will not be such a pronounced allergy.
In order to avoid problems with peaches during breastfeeding, the following rules for the use of this product should be adhered to:
- Fruits are best bought from trusted sellers in the markets. In supermarkets often come peaches and nectarines with a high content of chemicals, which is used in the fight against pests and to maintain the fruit in a beautiful form for longer than prescribed by nature.
- Canned fruit is best removed from the diet during breastfeeding, as their chemical composition is unsafe for the still unformed digestive system of the baby.
- It is best to limit one, two peaches per day and make a minimum two-day break between the first and next reception of fruit.
- Prevent allergic reaction in the baby can be if you eat fruit without skin.