6 months old baby

Question: My baby is 5months 18 days..my milk supply was gradually decreasing pls suggest me how to increase breast milk

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Answer: hi dear ! you can eat carrots beet roots, masoor daal , cinnamon, garlic , basil , almonds, Stay hydrated ,Let baby feed fully on each side ,A warm bowl of oatmeal , green leafy vegetables .
Answer: Drink lactare granules powder in milk daily
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