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Yes and no! Depends on what you have! The request is usually about food, because many people are afraid that the belly of the baby that her mother has eaten and what has gone into the milk is overwhelming.Egyбltalбn is not unreasonable, if you are breast-feeding, as certain substances, some of which are highly harmful and toxic, can pass into milk and reach high concentrations. For example, the excess of drugs consumed by the mother also causes symptoms in the nursing infant. In the case of drugs, the answer is generally impossible, as the drug's chemistry, molecular weight, fat or water solubility, oral bioavailability also play a role in how much breast milk it as much as it is "utilized" and how much of your body is lost intact. Therefore, if a mother is taking medication, she does not need to immediately and automatically think of weaning, or rather avoiding medicine and breastfeeding. If you need to take medication, it is worthwhile contacting and advising on the active ingredient, the dose and the breastfeeding advice given by your child's age. whether the proportion of the essential constituents of milk can be influenced, how much. For example, how to make it leaner, whiter, sweeter, and how to increase your iron and vitamin content. Let us assume that the composition of breast milk is not accidental or, as a result of "manufacturing error", as it is. Certain ingredients can be influenced and others may not be affected. Fat content, for example, varies between 1.5 and 10 percent depending on how much the breast is cleared. The more thoroughly the breast is suckled, the more fat the milk will be. However, the amount and type of fat in the mother's diet do not affect the fat content of the mother's milk, at most the fatty acid composition.In contrast, if the mother is taking iron, will not affect the iron content of breast milkbecause it always has the same amount of stuff you can find on maternity warehouses. On the other hand, the amount of water-soluble vitamins can be influenced: if the mother consumes little vitamin C or B, she will also be low in milk. However, even above a certain limit, the levels of these vitamins in breast milk do not increase even if the mother is taking or consuming more than the normal dose. Some studies have shown that the mother can provide adequate vitamin D in the milk. also has a positive influence - although it has been widely believed that breast milk does not contain vitamin D.
Newborn baby with her mom
Pregnant mothers' milk has a higher level of protein and protein than milk of premature mothers. But this is something that is completely independent of what a mother eats and how much she eats.
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