Can I feed caviar?

Natalya Safonova
Natalya Safonova
October 15, 2014
Can I feed caviar?

Breastfeeding is a very important and important business for any mother. For good lactation, you have to follow a diet and enter new foods correctly. Often you want to eat like before pregnancy, and not to deny yourself anything.

Can I feed caviar? To begin with, remember that red and black caviar is a source of many nutrients - such as easily digestible protein, polyunsaturated fatty acids, fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, B vitamins, PP, folic acid, lecithin. Caviar is also rich in trace elements - such as phosphorus, iron, potassium, iodine, sodium, magnesium. Polyunsaturated fatty acids improve the functioning of the cardiovascular and nervous systems. The high iron content makes caviar useful for pregnant and lactating mothers. Vitamins A, E, D improve skin condition, eyesight, strengthen muscles and bones, promote the removal of radionuclides from the body. Article Nutrition during lactation will complement your ideas about healthy foods for lactating.If you are still feeding only the first month, then read the article The diet of a nursing mother in the first month, where you can find a lot of useful information.

Not useful to everyone

If you decide to eat caviar, remember that it will not be very useful for kidney disease in the mother, and may cause an allergic reaction in the baby. Therefore, it should be introduced into the diet gradually.

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