Mixing Nutritious Porridge Flour to Boost Breast Milk for Breastfeeding Mothers
By Paulinecreations | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 424 views
The coming of a newborn baby is always a blessing to the family. Bit at times it putsvmore pressure on the new mother than anybody else especially those who practice exclusive breastfeeding. There are various foods that are recommended to boost breast milk so the mother won't lose too much weight in the process of breastfeeding.
One such food is porridge, many new mothers depend on processed porridge flour as they are mot aware of the best ingredients to mix for a healthy porridge that would boost their breastmilk. The following are ingredients that will result to a healthy porridge flour when mixed in the correct proportions.
Toasted sessame seeds ½kg
Dried cassava 1kg
Toasted soya ½kg
Dried water sardines (omena) ¼kg
These will give you a healthy meal throughout your breastfeeding journey. All the best in nursing you newborn.
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