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Question: Breast milk badha ne ki solution bataie plz

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Answer: Hello dear. Breastmillk is the best food as it is Superior nutrition for your baby for fighting infections and overall development. Here are a few foods that helps you increase breast milk : Oatmeal. Oatmeal by itself is not the most flavorful food out there, but you can always spice it up by adding different fruits or blend in some cinnamon or honey. Spinach. Garlic. Fenugreek. Apricots. Hope this information was helpful.
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