Nourish yourself. Nourish your baby.
You may already know the many benefits of nursing your baby, but did you know that the quality of your breast milk is powerfully affected by the foods you eat? Be confident your child is getting what he or she needs to be strong and healthy with help from this unique program.
The New Breastfeeding Diet Plan tells you exactly what to eat and drink in order to keep your breast milk free of contaminates and toxins. Its simple meal plans and recipes make it easy for you to give your baby a healthy start.
The New Breastfeeding Diet Plan shows you how you can:
- Help your baby's physical and cognitive development by adding specific nutrients to your diet
- Reduce toxin levels in your breast milk to provide your child with lifelong protection against heart disease, allergies, diabetes, asthma, and cancer
- Give your child the gift of healthful eating habits to last a lifetime
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About the Author
Robert Rountree, M.D., a family doctor since 1983, combines traditional medicine with nutrition, herbology, and mind-body approaches to wellness. His other books include Smart Medicine for a Healthier Child, and he writes about health for a variety of national magazines.
Melissa Block, M.Ed., is a health writer who has contributed to and coauthored many books on health and nutrition topics including A Natural Guide to Pregnancy and Post-Partum Health.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Congratulations, You've Decided to Breastfeed
Chapter 2: The Fat of the Land: Does Your Breast Milk Contain the Right Fats?
Chapter 3: Vitamins: Does Your Breast Milk Have Enough?
Chapter 4: Minerals: Does Your Breast Milk Have Enough?
Chapter 5: The Toxin Conundrum: Defining the Problem
Chapter 6: Proactive Steps for Reducing Toxins
Chapter 7: Choosing Fish and Fish Oil Supplements
Chapter 8: Creating the Best Possible Mother's Milk: First, Stock Your Kitchen
Chapter 9: Putting It All Together: Meals and Recipes
Chapter 10: If You Cannot Breastfeed
Chapter 11: Transitioning Children to Healthy Diets