Girls should pay attention to their diet during lactation. If they eat too greasy, they may cause obesity and milk blockage. If they eat too little and light, they may cause poor recovery of their body and make it difficult for future work and study. So today we will introduce a lactation fitness diet plan. Let’s go and have a look!
Natural childbirth mother’s diet
Natural childbirth has experienced a great test for most women. Production will inevitably consume a lot of physical strength and energy, but also have a great impact on gastrointestinal function. At this time, in terms of diet allocation, you can prepare some light and easily digestible foods, such as various porridge and soup foods, especially light fish soup and chicken soup. Avoid being greasy. Excessive fat intake will affect the recovery of body shape. Postpartum can also drink some brown sugar water to help lochia discharge.
Diet of cesarean section mothers
After the operation, the body is also very weak. Maybe my mother lost more blood during the operation. At this time, she needs conditioning. Moreover, due to the operation on the abdomen, pay special attention to the exhaust after the operation. Do not drink foods that are not easy to digest and easy to cause bloating, such as sugar water and milk. After the operation, you can eat more iron supplements, such as red dates, lean beef and so on. If conditions permit, you can get out of bed properly to promote the exhaust of the body until you recover your body and eat normally.
Precautions for balanced diet during lactation
- Food cooking mostly adopts cooking, boiling and other methods, and frying should be avoided by all means. The best way for fish and meat is stew, which is conducive to the digestion of postpartum mothers and can also promote the secretion of milk.
- A balanced diet. The daily intake of egg food is 100-150g, fish, poultry and livestock meat is 150-200g, milk is 250-500g, vegetables are 500g, fruits are 100g-200g, sugar is 20g, cooking oil is 20g-30g, seasoning is appropriate, and salt should be appropriately limited.
- Add appropriate meals every day to supplement the nutrition needed by the body. In addition to the normal 3 meals per day, you can add meals about 2-3 times.
- Avoid greasy and irritating food. These foods will indirectly affect the baby’s lactation. Therefore, avoid the intake of such foods and drink more boiled water during meals.