Do I need supplements for breastfeeding? // Premium Prenatal and Preconception Supplements

When you’re so busy looking after a newborn, it’s sometimes hard to look after yourself as well So how are you ensuring you’re well nourished whilst breastfeeding? Welcome back, I’m Nikki Warren, your fertility naturopath

When you’re breastfeeding, not only do you have to nourish yourself, your body is working overtime to produce breastmilk which is like liquid gold, so nourishing for your beautiful baby The recommended daily intake of iodine in pregnancy is 220mcg but during breastfeeding, that requirement increases to 270mcg daily Iodine is so important for your thyroid function and your baby’s healthy growth and development Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies in women worldwide and it’s hardly surprising; did you see the amount of blood you just lost during labour? When you’re so busy looking after a new baby it’s no surprise that sometimes it’s hard to look after yourself as well That’s why taking a breastfeeding supplement can help you achieve the recommended daily intake of nutrients that are so important for you and your gorgeous bundle of joy

When I designed Prenatal Trimester 2 & 3 Plus Breastfeeding, I had this in mind – your energy levels to cope with the demands of motherhood and the quality of your breast milk Learn more tips to a healthy, natural conception, pregnancy and birth by subscribing to my YouTube channel, and I’ll see you in the next video For more tips and advice for your healthy conception, pregnancy and baby, subscribe to my channel or visit naturobestcom

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