Best fruits to eat when breastfeeding

Posted on: March 29th, 2016 by JayHawkPharmacyBlogger

best fruits to eat

Wasn’t it wonderful to indulge in pregnancy cravings? Well, those days have passed. For today’s blog, we’re going to look at the best fruits to eat while breastfeeding.


  • Apricots


These fun little fuzzy treats actually contain phytoestrogens, which are a chemical that mimic estrogen’s effects, so they’re great when building up a milk supply! Plus, they’re full of Vitamins C, A, as well as calcium and potassium.


  • Green papaya


This amazing fruit contains galactagogue, which you may remember can help in lactation. A green unripe version of yellow papaya, green papaya is rich with Vitamins A, B, C and E.


  • Bananas


Besides being tasty and ridiculously convenient to eat, bananas are full of Vitamins B6, C, as well as manganese, potassium and dietary fiber. Plus, they’re a quick way to fill up after you’ve had a calorie-burning nursing session.


  • Chikoo


Just like bananas, these unusual little fruits are energy-rich, and can keep you going after a rather tiring feeding.


  • Blueberries


This quick snack is full of antioxidants, which can protect you and your baby from infection. Plus, they’re rich in vitamins and minerals such as A, K and potassium.


  • Avocados


These can actually produce a richer breast-milk, as well as serve as a source for all kinds of fatty acids.


  • Cantaloupe


Often the staple at breakfast, cantaloupes are great for nursing moms as they are an excellent source of Vitamins K, B (including B1, B3, B6 and folate) as well as magnesium and fiber.


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