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Avatar n tn My child was breast fed until 14mths old. I have tried to giver her all sorts of milk (soy, flavored). She does not like any milk. We did allergy testing on her, and she is allergic (not extreme) to milk amongst other foods. Time has passed, and I have been giving her some milk and other foods she was allergic to. She has been doing fine eating those foods. She still does not like milk. She will eat yogurt and cheese, but not all the time.
Avatar f tn You think if I eat salad it will make my breast milk taste funny ? I heard something about broccoli making baby fussy or something . What about salad ? Also I know during pregnancy there was like pregnancy "super food" like strawberries & a few others . Any tips for breast feeding diets ? I want to have the best breast milk ever !
Avatar f tn Breast-milk or Formula (6-8oz) 3-5 feedings a day, Dairy 1 serving a day – cheese (1/2 oz) or yogurt (1/2 cup). Starch 2 feedings a day – Infant Cereal (2-4 Tbsp), bread (1/2 slice), crackers (2), or pasta (3-4 Tbsp). Fruits or Vegetables 2-3 feedings a day – (3-4 Tbsp). Meat 2 feedings a day – 3-4 Tbsp) or beans (1/4 cup). If he does not want the bottle then give him more food 3 times a day with snacks between meals so he is getting the proper nutrition.
1785035 tn?1314886418 I got it at GNC and can produce about 4 oz on each breast. Mother's milk works, but you'll have to drink about 10 cups of tea a day in order for it to have some results.
Avatar m tn Breast-milk or Formula (8oz) 3-5 feedings a day, Dairy 1 serving a day – cheese (1/2 oz) or yogurt (1/2 cup). Starch 2 feedings a day – Infant Cereal (2-4 Tbsp), bread (1/2 slice), crackers (2), or pasta (3-4 Tbsp). Fruits or Vegetables 2-3 feedings a day – (3-4 Tbsp). Meat 2 feedings a day – 3-4 Tbsp) or beans (1/4 cup). If she does not want the bottle then give her more dairy food as above 3 times a day so she is getting the proper nutrition. Hoped this helped you.
Avatar f tn Not everyone leaks.
Avatar f tn I stopped my baby from breast milk since he was 4 months old as my production was less and i started working and had alot of work pressure.since then he has been on NAN1.But all these while, he never took the necessary quantiity of 200 ml per feed. he used to take 50 -90 ml every 3 hours and atmost very rarely 150 ml per feed. we started solids close to 6 months and gradually increased to 3 feeds per day.
Avatar f tn just to add my daughter was picking up cow milk protein through my breast milk at 6 months and reacting to that which is only about 3 % i think.
Avatar f tn I know I should be drinking it but I can't it's just so gross !!! Is it really that bad if I don't drink it that often ?
162279 tn?1270604959 But my ds was worth it he is so much healthier (he was thinning pretty fast on breast milk). The reason whole milk is bad at 9 months is the lack of nutrients. But if your friend truly can't afford formula maybe she should look into wic. I think when they say you can introduce milk at 9 months i don't think they mean to replace formula with it, just get them used to it.
Avatar f tn I believe it is the milk causing the hives. I will not give her anymore cheese or yogurt but should I stay away from milk in my diet? She has never had a reaction to my breastmilk and I eat cheese and drink milk all the time.
Avatar m tn Her mother stopped feeding here from here breast just one month ago, where no more milk from here breast was enough for the girl as daily food, where she does not like other milk. Now she never accept any milk. Last two weeks she was sick because she had sort throat .The last days she eat and throw up the food. Could you please advice me about the milk and how can we make here drink the milk and does not have thow up food where in these days she have teeth growing.
Avatar n tn My 11 1/2 month old baby was drinking both breast milk and formula milk till 1 week back. He got fever and cold one week back and since then he stopped drinking both formula and breast milk. Previously he had atleast 3 feeds at night. Now he does not demand for feed at night. He does not like food mixed with milk right from start. Now I tried flavouring formula milk with Date syrup, but he doesnt even sip a bit. How can I make him drink milk.
Avatar f tn Breast-milk or Formula (6-8oz) 4-6 feedings a day. Infant Cereal (1-2 Tbsp) 2 feedings a day. Suggest giving her stained yogurt, cottage cheese, for calcium and protein to supplement the infant formula she is not taking in.
Avatar m tn There is one food you may be surprised to learn, that is directly linked to breast cancer—and that is pasteurized dairy in the form of milk or milk products. The risk lies in consuming milk from cows treated with a synthetic, genetically engineered growth hormone called rBGH, and unfortunately, this applies to about one third of the dairy cows in America.
Avatar m tn I'm not a fan of soy milk either. Long list of potential imbalances and hormonal effects. I'm also not a big fan of drinking milk anyway (I prefer getting my dairy through yogurt, kefir, cheese, etc) and for drinking I prefer water (for cold) and tea or espresso (for hot). And I enjoy my one glass of red wine for dinner. I also eat full fat dairy, use cream and butter and ghee in my food, opting always for grass fed free range, to get very high quality macro and micronutrients.
Avatar n tn My nutritionist emphasized on staying away from animal fat, no red meat, only skim milk, yogurt for calcium, no cheese, fiber is very important, it helps to eliminate estrogens and is good for many other things. Lots of salmon (2 or 3 times a week), any other fish and chicken. Seafood is OK once a week. Seven to eight servings of vegetables and fruits. Love berries. Leafy vegetables spinach and khale are good.
5624774 tn?1374288125 My daughter is 10 months old and breast fed (well she drinks pumped milk but same thing). I am 27+2 weeks pregnant and I am getting close to nothing when I pump. I've tried formula and she is refusing. She will push the bottle away and scream and fight me the whole time. As soon as I give her water or Apple juice she's fine. She also eats solids. I know she needs milk still though. Can I give her whole milk.
203342 tn?1328740807 yes, warming it up, even to just room temperature sweetens milk for some reason. Also, if concerned about getting enough milk, feed them whole fat yogurt. And not the babyYo yogurt. That's full of sugar. Take some plain greek yogurt and mix it with some baby food fruit, like pears or something.
116879 tn?1266519849 Also, maybe the more you put the baby to the breast it may stimulate the milk supply, pump more often, (maybe I'm grasping at straws for you) :)
Avatar f tn Physical activity is known to decrease breast cancer risk. Apart from this, regular breast self exams and periodic follow up examinations with complete clinical evaluations by a physician and annual follow up mammograms and or USG after the age of 40 years are recommended.
Avatar f tn Breast-milk or Formula (6-8oz) 4-6 feedings a day. Infant Cereal (1-2 Tbsp) 2 feedings a day. Suggest giving him stained yogurt, cottage cheese, for calcium and protein to supplement the infant formula he is not taking in. Hoped this helped you.
Avatar f tn I tend to follow the latest recommendations of the Canadian Ped. Society, which is breast milk for 2 years (I only make it to about 18 months) no solids before six months. I know that we were given solids much earlier and that we are fine. I just view it from a natural point of view....in other words look at mammals, they only nurse until their children are able to chew...so it makes sense to me to raise my off spring that way.
1530342 tn?1405020090 the price of milk. Come Dec. 31, Washington’s inaction could push the country’s milk prices to as much as $6 to $8 per gallon unless Congress passes a farm bill renewing federal support for agriculture programs. Might have to scale back on Cheerio consumption if we go over the “milk cliff.
Avatar n tn When you start to wean off the breast milk suggest try mixing ¾ breast milk with ¼ regular milk and see if he accepts and tolerates it. If he does, then after a week or so, try doing a mix of ½ breast milk, and ½ regular milk. Gradually go to a mix of ¼ breast milk and ¾ regular milk then totally to all milk. Is he eating other foods and does not like fruit? If that is the case, then you can blend it in the milk as a shake or mix it in yogurt and see if he will accept it that way.
Avatar n tn If she will not accept the milk in the milkshakes, then suggest replace the milk with pumped breast milk and give it to her between meals as a snack 2-3 times a day. She will have the breast milk taste with additional calories from the ice cream. Then recommend to transition from ‘breast milk’ milkshakes to either Pedisure or Regular Milkshakes is to mix the two.
Avatar n tn When you start to wean off the breast milk suggest try mixing ¾ breast milk with ¼ regular milk and see if she accepts and tolerates it. If she does, then after a week or so, try doing a bottle mix of ½ breast milk, and ½ regular milk. Gradually go to a bottle mix of ¼ breast milk and ¾ regular milk then totally to all milk. Hoped this helped you.
Avatar n tn I recommend to transition from breast milk to Pedisure (high dense nutrient drink for extra calories and protein to help gain weight) is to mix the two. Start with ¾ breast milk and ¼ Pedisure, go to half and half, then ¼ breast milk and ¾ Pedisure, and finally to all Pedisure. You can do each mix every 3-4 days as long as he is accepting the mixture. He will get used to the Pedisure taste gradually. Once he is drinking Pedisure and accepting it, do not reintroduce breast milk at all.
Avatar n tn If you cannot produce enough then slow wean her off the breast milk by starting with ¾ breast milk and ¼ formula, go to half and half, then ¼ breast milk and ¾ formula, and finally to all formula. You can do each mix every 3-4 days as long as she is accepting the mixture. Try giving her yogurt and cheese for substitute of milk also. When she is one year old suggest she drinks Pediasure for milk or mix Carnation Instant breakfast mix into her milk if she weight is still on the lower side.
Avatar f tn has breast milk while sleeping 4.30-5pm- banana or some snack 6.30pm -120 ml formula milk 8.30pm- dinner rice cereal 10pm -nap time or if awake 120 ml milk but as days pass his milk intake is getting lesser...