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Food Diet for Breastfeeding Moms
Breastfeeding is a nutritionally demanding period of a woman’s life. While you breastfeed, your body requires enough nutrients to support your needs as well as your baby’s needs.Dear Moms share with us the food diet which you followed during breastfeeding which helped you a lot in staying fit & healthy.
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Avani Mom of 3 children 1 day ago
milk ,almond and green veggies
shirin shakeer Mom of 2 children 2 days ago
garlic milk
Nisha Singh Mom of a 2 m old boy 2 days ago
milk, almonds, dalia, eggs, chicken, mutton, green veggies, fenugreek seeds, zeera water, fruits, lots of water(2 to 3 litres)
rakesh Expecting Father due this month 3 days ago
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foods rich in calcium, iron and protein... basically lentils, veggies, milk and milk products, instant energy foods like Dalia oats etc
thanks
Community User 6 days ago
foods rich in calcium, iron and protein... basically lentils, veggies, milk and milk products, instant energy foods like Dalia oats etc
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Shalu Sanju Chauhan Mom of a 4 m old boy 4 days ago
Milk, water, and oll the veggies of season
Rakesh Puvvada 3 days ago
Bread with milk, Carrot juice
vandana Mahajan Mom of a 2 yr 4 m old girl 4 days ago
milk,curd,fruits, green vegetables,multi grain daliya, rice,plenty of water, coconut water,take food those are enriche with iron and calcium.
Community User 4 days ago
green veggies soaks nuts in water soya anjeer
pri Mom of a 1 yr 4 m old girl 4 days ago
dalia green leafy vegetables and egg
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Food Diet for Breastfeeding Moms
Breastfeeding is a nutritionally demanding period of a woman’s life. While you breastfeed, your body requires enough nutrients to support your needs as well as your baby’s needs.Dear Moms share with us the food diet which you followed during breastfeeding which helped you a lot in staying fit & healthy.

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