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Mother Food

Author : Hilary Jacobson
ISBN : 0979599504
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Author Hilary Jacobson was the first to explore so-called "lactogenic" foods and herbs in the late 1980s. In her book, Mother Food, based on 15 years of research, she shows how these foods can be used to enhance milk production, prevent postpartum depression, increase energy, promote gentle weightloss and detox, improve the mother's and baby's immune systems, support a baby's IQ and development, prevent colic and allergy, and even improve the taste of a mother's milk. With this modern classic, Jacobson has given pregnant and breastfeeding mothers a unique dietary, herbal and health resource. Praised by mothers and professionals alike for its compassionate tone and its hard-to-find information, "Mother Food" is the essential dietary guide for pregnancy and the postpartum. Jacobson draws on traditions from around the world, summarizing their wisdom in succinct, easy-to-read language. Reviewing expert opinions and traditional systems of medicine, and offering remedies and recipes for a range of common feeding challenges, "Mother Food" is both a practical go-to and how-to. Recommended by lactation consultants and approved by the La Leche League International Book Evaluation Committee, "Mother Food: A Breastfeeding Diet Guide with Lactogenic Foods and Herbs - Build Milk Supply, Boost Immunity, Lift Depression, Detox, Lose Weight, Optimize a Baby's IQ, and Reduce Colic and Allergies" has become a favorite of mothers who want to optimize both their milk and milk production, while contributing to their own and their baby's best health."
Category: Health & Fitness

Mother Food For Breastfeeding Mothers

Author : Hilary Jacobson
ISBN : 1589612299
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A breastfeeding mothers guide to diet and herbs, especially their impact on milk supply, a baby's digestion, colic, allergies, and overall development, as well as a mothers own health. Includes recipes and remedies, and also sections on herbal medicine, Ayurvedic merdicine and traditional Chinese medicine.
Category: Health & Fitness

Eat Well Lose Weight While Breastfeeding

Author : Eileen Behan
ISBN : 9780345540577
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The new mom’s most trusted resource–now revised and updated to include the latest in nutrition and dietary concerns This hands-on guide provides mothers with expert advice on losing weight and eating well, so you can feel good about your decision to nurse. Registered dietitian, professional nutritionist, and mother of two Eileen Behan shows you how to shed pounds safely and naturally while nourishing a happy, healthy baby. Learn what and how much to eat, what foods to avoid, the best exercises, plus ways to keep the pounds off after you stop breastfeeding. Get the latest on: • vitamin and mineral recommendations from the frontlines of nutrition research • the Glycemic Index–what it is and what it means to breastfeeding women • fish safety–what you need to know about toxin levels to protect you and your baby • low-carb diets–good or bad for breastfeeding moms? • calcium–does it speed up weight loss? • whole grains–the best ways to integrate this ultimate energy food into your diet • nuts–high-protein food or fattening snack? • childhood obesity–how to prevent harmful eating habits, from breastfeeding through toddler years • sugar substitutes–which ones are best? PLUS–All new crock-pot recipes, more Web-based resources, and a breakthrough eating plan that allows mothers to eat well, lose weight naturally, and have a happy nursing experience.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Breastfeeding Mother S Guide To Making More Milk Foreword By Martha Sears Rn

Author : Diana West
ISBN : 0071598588
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Concerned about making enough milk for your baby? Wondering how to make more? Two lactation experts are here to help. Separate fact from fiction with help from this comprehensive book about improving low milk supply. Written by two leading experts who have been there themselves and officially recommended by La Leche League International, The Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More Milk incorporates the latest research and discoveries about causes of low milk supply, the way your body makes milk, and how babies contribute to your milk production. Best of all, you'll find valuable suggestions for both time-honored and innovative ways to make more milk. Learn the facts about: Determining if baby is really getting enough milk Supplementing without decreasing your supply Maximizing the amount of milk you can make Identifying the causes of your low supply Increasing your supply with the most effective methods, including pumping, herbs, medications, foods, and alternative therapies Making more milk when you return to work, exclusively pump, have a premie or multiples, relactate, or induce lactation
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Boost Your Breast Milk

Author : Alicia C. Simpson
ISBN : 9781615193462
Genre : FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
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"An essential addition to the breastfeeding bookshelf--packed with proven strategies and foods that will maximize Mom's supply of breast milk, "--Amazon.com.
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Childbirth Wisdom

Author : Judith Goldsmith
ISBN : 0936184108
Genre : Birth customs
File Size : 47.90 MB
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Examining the birthing practices of nearly 500 traditional cultures, Goldsmith rediscovers a remarkable world where pregnancy is characterized by robust mental and physical health, joyous anticipation, and loving social support. Childbirth Wisdom recovers the practices that came before the high-tech interventions of modern medicine. Line drawings.
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Baby Poop

Author : DC Linda F. Palmer
ISBN : 0975317024
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Eat, sleep, and poop. That's what babies do. Every parent has challenges and questions about these activities and there is an abundance of information on eating and sleeping, but poop? The appearance and behavior of a child's stools can give more information about the child's health than any other factor, but we just don't seem to like to talk about it. From an award-winning, three-time author-and a mother-Baby Poop brings the hard-to-find facts that equip parents to help their babies be happier and healthier, head off the occasional dire situation, and to optimize their child's lifelong health. Yes-poop. Parents spend inordinate amounts of time worrying about what goes into their babies. All the while, what shows up in baby's diapers provides tremendous cues about baby's digestion, immune functioning, and overall wellness. Baby Poop is about child health dilemmas faced in industrialized nations. These are distinctly different from the challenges in less developed countries, as most of these challenges are caused directly by modernization. Infectious disease rates are high in many less developed parts of the world, with high infant and child mortality rates-but industrialization, medicine, and money are not the end-all answers to optimal child survival. Baby Poop illuminates how a much larger portion of children in developed nations suffer from colic, reflux, food allergies, asthma, autism, and diabetes than those in the developing world-and how modern practices are encouraging these. Baby Poop presents evidence from science and medical studies-accented by the collective wisdoms of mothers, midwives, lactation consultants, and other infant care specialists-and provides options that are shown to optimize children's health. Written with new parents in mind, even the most experienced lactation, birthing, or pediatric professional will find many new pearls of information throughout the text. It's clear that Palmer has had plenty of experience with baby poop physiology and has researched the literature thoroughly, for our benefit. Palmer also fully recognizes that every family has its own unique needs, desires, and challenges, so she does not promote a one-size-fits-all agenda. Never judgmental, Baby Poop expands the evidence-based options, so parents have more resources from which to make decisions that work best for their family. When is runny poop actually a sign of constipation? Is it normal for a baby to go 10 days without pooping? My baby's poop is white! Am I seeing things? Fifteen to twenty-five percent of U.S. babies suffer from colic and/or reflux. Contrary to common medical lore, a large portion of babies don't just "grow out" of colic and reflux; rather, they "grow in" to new symptoms that can haunt them into adulthood when not addressed early. Baby Poop encourages parents to take charge of their own child's health while keeping healthcare professionals in the loop. You think of a baby as one organism, but actually trillions of organisms, chiefly bacteria, have powerful influences over a child's immune protection and nutrient absorption. Strongly measurable differences in long-term disease risks have been correlated to a child's floral beginnings. Early diet, and even place and mode of birth, have been shown to have great impacts on a child's long-term microbiome. Antibiotic drug treatments create the greatest assault on baby's flora. When out of balance, the flora plays a role in generating syndromes such as inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, allergies, autism, diabetes, and even obesity. The stage for all of these can be set during infancy. To help prevent your child from joining the growing statistics of chronic health problems, early gut healing and continued gut health efforts are worthwhile. Baby poop is a window to the health of a child. Baby Poop lets parents in.
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Nursing Mother Working Mother

Author : Gale Pryor
ISBN : 9781458763914
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Essential reading for any woman who seeks to combine the roles of nursing mother and working mother. - William Sears, M.D., and Martha Sears, R.N., best-selling authors of The Baby Book A return to work doesn't have to mean the end of breastfeeding. In fact, continuing to nurse her baby is the working mom's best strategy for blending both sides of her life into a new and satisfying whole. In this fully updated edition of Nursing Mother, Working Mother, Gale Pryor and Kathleen Huggins provide essential advice on: Getting breastfeeding off to a good start; Pumping and storing breast milk; Establishing a pumping and feeding routine; Negotiating with an employer for private pumping space; Finding supportive child care; The legal rights of employees with regard to breastfeeding Praise for the first edition of Nursing Mother, Working Mother: ''A how-to book from a mother who herself has accomplished the difficult but rewarding combination of working and nursing.''
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The Essential First Year

Author : Penelope Leach
ISBN : 9780756663315
Genre : Family & Relationships
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As many of us become parents at a later stage, when our adult lives are well established, the arrival of a baby brings an unpredictability that can be hard to cope with. Those who are used to managing their time in the workplace can be tempted to try to manage their infant in the same way. So-called "controlled crying" has been recommended by many recent childcare guides, but parents should be aware of the high cost of such methods to their baby. In The Essential First Year Penelope Leach shows parents how they can reach a harmonious balance between their baby's needs and their own. While babies and their needs have not changed, our lifestyles have, and Penelope Leach has written the perfect manual for busy 21st century parents, which spans from pregnancy to the child's first birthday. The book is a gentle, but timely reminder that the fundamental purpose of having children is to share happiness. The happier a baby is, the more parents will enjoy being with him or her; being responsive to one's baby does not mean that it has to be at personal expense - the happiness of parents and baby is inextricably intertwined. The Essential First Year is not just full of sensible, practical advice, it is backed by more than ten years of new research into infant development, especially in brain growth, which now confirms, for instance, just how much fathers matter to their infant's progress, how girls' and boys' brains are different at birth (anddevelop differently) and how helping a baby to be calm, contented, amused, and interested leads to optimum development of body and brain. Using such information, Penelope Leach shows parents how to deal with problems as well as how to prevent them. Every parent wants to do the best for their baby and for the child that the baby will become. The Essential First Year gives parents the knowledge and the tools to nurture and care for every aspect of their infant's life - to meet the baby's physical needs, to stimulate their intellectual development and ensure their emotional well-being - and most importantly, The Essential First Year helps parents to simply enjoy being parents.
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The Nursing Mother S Herbal

Author : Sheila Humphrey
ISBN : 1577491181
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Looks at the properties of various herbs and plants and their effects on nursing mothers and their babies.
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