Porridge for nursing mother
The diet of a woman planning to feed her baby with breast milk is undergoing some changes. Despite many restrictions, nutrition should be balanced and diverse. In the daily menu of nursing mothers must necessarily include the porridge required for rapid recovery after childbirth, comfortable digestion, full growth and development of the baby. We will understand what porridge during breastfeeding is allowed.
Cereals are very nutritious, well digested and contain practically all the necessary nutrients necessary for the body. The number of cereals that can be nursed to the mother from the first days of lactation include:
- Buckwheat. Contains a significant amount of potassium, magnesium, iron, B vitamins. Helps to get rid of anemia, stimulates the production of milk.
- Oat groats. It is rich in calcium, magnesium, iron, and also vitamins A, B, C, E, K. It helps to remove accumulated toxins and toxins, normalizes digestion.
- Wheatgrass. It includes essential amino acids and vegetable fats, without which vitamin D and carotene are not digested. Improves intestinal peristalsis with constipation, strengthens immunity, has a beneficial effect on hematopoiesis.
- Fig. Normalizes the stool for diarrhea, helps get rid of excess weight, cope with postnatal fatigue and stress.