Breastfeeding Diet Plan

Staying healthy after pregnancy is important, especially if you are breastfeeding your newborn baby. Creating a healthy breastfeeding diet plan will keep both you and your baby healthy. Kids In The House experts have great tips to help you maintain a healthy diet.

While breastfeeding, you may pass on certain foods to your baby. According to Dr. Jay Gordon some types of milk may irritate your child’s digestion. It’s important to stay away from drinking sheep or goat’s milk while breastfeeding.

Creating a diet plan during breastfeeding is also important to help avoid future food allergies. According to Dr. Ronald Ferdman, babies who breastfeed for at least 4-6 months have a lowered chance of developing severe allergies.

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Kids in the House is the world’s largest parenting video library with over 8,000 videos from 450 experts, including physicians, psychologists, researchers, educators, best-selling authors, and other celebrated voices in our culture. This website contains videos that feature parenting tips from parents who have dealt with particular issues and can share their hard-earned wisdom.

Kids in the House is a place where parents have the opportunity to hear and share different perspectives and get solutions for parenting challengesthat range from pregnancy to getting into college. The videos aim to help parents and caregivers become better at parenting by educating, inspiring, and entertaining.  The videos are split into the following categories:All Parents, Pregnancy, Adoption, Baby, Toddler, Preschool, Elementary, Teen, and Special Needs.

Leana Greene, founder and CEO of Kids in the House, is a parenting trends expert and one of the top female entrepreneurs in the United States. She aims for this website to be the most comprehensive resource of parenting advice available—one that respects the fact that there is no one-size-fits-all solution.

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