Question: my baby is 2 mnth old uske liye ky shi h cow milk or formulae milk (lactogen)?? coz mujhe abhi itna dudh nhi ho rha ki uska pet bhr ske
Answer: Avoid cow milk till 1year. You can give formula milk.
to increase your milk supply try these-
Diet and nutrition play an important role in improving and maintaining a healthy breastmilk supply.
Try including these foods in your diet to increase milk supply.
This is an ancient remedy and is being used since generations to improve breastmilk supply. Methi is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, and is a good source of vitamins, iron, and calcium.
Nuts and dried fruits
It is well known that nuts and dried fruits are high on calories, rich in vitamins and minerals, and a good source of essential nutrients. They can be had by themselves or added in several preparations.
Pulses and lentils
Pulses, such as Tur daal and Masoor daal are believed to improve milk supply since ancient times. They are high in protein and contain good amounts of iron and fiber.
Green leafy vegetables
Spinach,sarson ka saag,bathua are a few of the many green leafy vegetables that are rich in iron, calcium, folate, vitamin A and B12 which help to improve lactation. During winters theses vegetables are easily available so make sure you are eating adequate quantity.
Other remedies -
Utilizing the demand and supply equation, The more you draw milk from your breast, the more milk your body will produce. If milk is not efficiently removed from the breasts, it eventually decreases milk supply.
1) Shatavari kalp powder. This has known results when it comes to increasing milk supply. Take a spoon of powder with lukewarm milk once in a day.
2) Jeera- This is the most effective remedy. Roast jeera seeds then powder them and have 1spoon of this powder daily with lukewarm milk once a day.
By following these soon you ll notice difference in your milk supply.
Question: Muje c section se bby hua h ...4th month chl rha h...muje pls ye btaiye ki ab muje kya diet leni h...ar kya krna h body ko fit krne k ly..kya me rice. Kha skti hun paet bhr kr?
Answer: Hello dear, Here is a diet plan after c section. You can follow this...
Low-fat dairy products - such as skimmed milk, low-fat yoghurt, cheese, beans and dried peas Whole grain foods - such as pasta, brown bread and brown rice.
Vegetables and fruits - like oranges, papayas, watermelons, strawberries, grapefruits and sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin C,
Oats, Ragi, lentils, green grams and pulses can also be included in the diet for their protein and fibre content. Consume food items such as soup, cottage cheese, broth, yoghurt, egg yolk, red meat, oysters, beef liver and dry fruits are a rich source of iron.
Fluid - such as coconut water, low-fat milk, non-citrus juices, herbal teas, buttermilk and soup are a good source of essential nutrients. You should also consume 8 to 10 glasses of water daily.
Low-fat dairy products such as skimmed milk, low-fat yoghurt, cheese and at least 500ml of dairy products should be consumed daily. Beans, spinach, broccoli, Mushrooms and carrots are good sources of protein for vegetarians.
Besides the foods listed above, including many of the spices Cumin, fenugreek, turmeric, ginger and garlic, and carom seeds (ajwain) are some spices which have medicinal properties.
Avoid spicy food, Carbonated drinks and citrus juices, Consumption of caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea and alcohol , gassy food items such as urad dal, chola, chawali, rajma, channa, besan, pickles, green peas, dry peas and vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, bhindi, broccoli and onions should be avoided. And yes you can take rice now.
Hope it helped, Take care urself and ur little one....