Knowing about the numerous prohibitions on foods and dishes during breastfeeding, young mothers often think about whether it is possible to breastfeed for eating blackberries. Let's try to answer this question and tell in detail about what can be useful this berry.
What is the use of blackberries?
To begin with, it is necessary to say that a nursing mother can be eaten in blackberries only if several conditions are met: in the absence of an allergic reaction to the berry and when the baby is 3 months old. It is up to this time that most pediatricians recommend refraining from the use of berries and fruits. almost all of them contain allergens.
If we talk about what a useful blackberry, then in the first place it is necessary to say that it contains a large number of vitamins and trace elements, such as iron and potassium. That is why it is often used in the treatment of diseases of the cardiovascular system.
In addition, the blackberry has a positive effect on the work of the genitourinary system, as well as bile ducts, preventing the formation of stagnant and inflammatory phenomena.
What are the contraindications for eating blackberry breastfeeding?
Having told about useful properties of a berry, we will try to understand with that, whether it is always possible to feeding mum to a blackberry, or there are any contra-indications.
As with any new product, you need to start eating berries for a woman from small portions - 3-5 pieces each. After that, during the day you need to observe the reaction of a small organism. If it did not follow, then you can eat the berry. However, do not forget about the quantity. Doctors recommend using no more than 200-300 g for 1 reception, and no more than 2 times a week.
In addition to the above limitations, there are also contraindications to the use of blackberry nursing. These are:
- diseases of the stomach;
- bowel disease;
- diseases of the excretory system.
Thus, as can be seen from the written, to use the blackberry mothers, whose babies are fed breast milk, can not always be. Therefore, in order for the nursing mother to determine whether it is possible for her to have a blackberry, it is best to consult a pediatrician about this.