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Sunday, January 21, 2018

Posts Tagged ‘breastfeeding myths’

Nourishing the nursing mom

In some cultures, the postpartum care of a new mother is still a time-honored ritual. For several weeks, people prepare nourishing, herbal and protein-rich soups for the new mother and take care of housework and childcare duties that would otherwise sap her energy. All of these precautions are designed to allow the new mother to […]

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The breast milk supply over time

It can be a huge challenge to make pumping time part of the workday routine. Perhaps an even greater barrier to maintaining a supply over time, says Jones, is based on the misperception that a mother should produce more milk over time.

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Not enough milk: debunking breastfeeding myths

not enough milk

The majority of mothers are quite capable of feeding their young. In fact, Jones says that 95 to 99 percent of mothers make enough milk for their baby.

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