Tag: Postnatal Set

Exclusive breastfeeding health implications to moms and babies

When moms and babies DO NOT breastfeed, they have increase risk of: 1. Moms developing Type 2 diabetes 2. Baby developing Type 1 or 2 diabetes and tend to be obese later in life. These finding shows how important breastfeeding as a modifiable risk factor for disease for both mothers and infants. Did you know […]

Breastfeeding is the best for your baby

The best choice of nourishment for baby and young children is still the breastmilk. Recommended that a mother to exclusive breastfeed her baby from birth until 6 months of age. Breastfeeding is beneficial to both mother and baby because. 1. Breastmilk contains everything the baby needs to grow That includes energy, protein, vitamin and mineral […]

Tips on transition from breastfeeding to bottle

For a working mother, when the confinement period is almost over, another matter that they struggle with it the transition of breastfeeding to bottle.  This is to ensure the baby could adapt to bottle feed when they are under the nanny care. I did not have a good experience with this, the nanny called and complain […]

Essential nutrient for lactating mothers to meet baby’s demand

There are tips mentioned that eating peanut could help to increase breast milk because it is high in protein, contain iron, Vitamin E, Calcium, B complex and phosphorus. Shaklee breastfeeding set also contains all there nutrition to aid in boosting up breast milk production. Its easier to consume and easy to gain. Nutrient in peanut […]

Breastfeeding Friendly Immune Booster Supplement

Did you know that there are restriction on medication that you can take while breastfeeding? Simply because what you eat can pass on to your baby during breastfeeding. But what if during breastfeeding you fall sick, regular cough and cold? Newly mother are prone to fall sick due to factors such as: Sleepless night caring […]

Potential complications for mother and baby when caesarean delivery becomes a neccesity

Childbirth always being relate to a ‘normal delivery’, the baby goes through birth canal, and in a pink of health, uncomplicated procedure just as planned. But, sometimes normal may not be the norm. if a mother or baby has certain problems before labour, a planned Caesarean-section birth becomes necessary. What is Caesarean-section birth? Caesearan birth […]

Prevent Pregnancy Stretch Marks With Nutrition

Fine lines appear on your abdomen, belly bottom and thighs during pregnancy resulted by# tearing of connective tissue beneath the skin resulted of sudden weight gain# pregnancy hormonal changes# fat loss in the abdomen after delivery# less elastic skin We are usually exposed to slathering pregnancy bellies with cocoa butter to prevent stretch marks.  Instead […]

7 tips to prevent stretch marks at abdoment and thighs during pregnancy

Stretch marks develop when your skin’s natural collagen and elastin fibers are pulled by rapid growth or stretching. Weight gain, pregnancy or sudden weight loss can cause the unsightly stretch marks especially around the abdomen, breast, hips, thighs and butt. Stretch marks usually visible during the later trimesters of pregnancy, around 6th or 7th month. […]

5 Delicious Confinement Recepie Apart From Having Snakefish Daily

Labour and delivery drain mother energy and they need to be replenish with a balance diet during the 1 month postnatal confinement period. Restoring of energy and health is important as you have additional responsibilities caring for baby as well as breastfeeding.

10 Tips on Offering Bottle to Breastfed Baby before the mother returns to work

Most lactation consultants recommend to wait until breast milk supply is well established for at least 6 months before introducing a bottle to the baby. But for moms who are returning to work would have to introduce a bottle to their baby at the end of the confinement leave which is normally on the 2nd […]

Nutrition during postnatal period is important to avoid a hungry baby crying at mommy

During postnatal period, food intake by a nursing mother fulfills her own nutritional needs and also to enable her to produce milk. The quantity of milk depends much on the nutrient in her mother’s diet especially its protein content, its water-soluble vitamin content and fatty acid composition. A mother who does not feed herself properly […]

Why frozen breastmilk turn metalic taste after defrost and baby refuse it

Lipase is an enzyme in breastmilk with the function to break down the fats in the milk to help baby digest it. Lipase work soon after the milk is expressed but some mom found that only after 24 hours or more, fats break down process tend to alter the taste. Milk with lipase are safe […]

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