We already know the immense benefits of breastfeeding not only for the baby but also for the mother, but are you aware of the fact that milk composition changes at different stages of feeding – referred to as foremilk and hindmilk? What is the difference between the two stages and which (if any) is better for the baby? Bonus Content: Read on to learn how to keep your baby fuller for longer!
One of the most important, yet maybe most overlooked, areas of childbirth preparation is getting your fridge and pantry stocked with healthy foods to eat in the days leading up to birth, during labor and after baby arrives. Use this list of the best foods to eat during pregnancy and breastfeeding for ideas and recipe inspiration. Clean, real food ideas, low sugar and mostly gluten free. Healthy pregnancy and successful breastfeeding depend on a good nutrient supply. Eat up!