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Is it true that there is a need for two or more extra for successful breastfeeding? Who's thin, won't have enough milk? And, of course, the thing we always turn to: what can a breastfeeding woman eat if she doesn't want to care for her baby?My common experience with breastfeeding advice is that during pregnancy, mothers get a long list of acquaintances or wives about foods that they should refrain from while breastfeeding. K font (cabbage, kale, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, Chinese cabbage and broccoli as honorary letter K), foods pickled peas onions and garlic, milk and dairy products, whole berry fruits, barley fruits, fruit cherries, beans, peppercorns and lentils, oilseeds, with special regard to diya, some of the lists favor alcohol, coffee and tea. I've also come across a list that included "spices".
Believe that K letter foods should be ignored