May chocolate nursing?


During natural-feeding mothers do a lot of stretches hand to anything candy, since milk production is a lot of glucose with a mom's blood, and from a lack of it may cause headaches, depressed mood and fatigue. The aging body, how an intelligent self-regulating system immediately delivers this signal, and the mother can alone listen to his "voice." Meet this should a variety of ways: some close desiccated watermelon, any replenish cakes and biscuits, and someone ofttimes recalls a delightful taste of chocolate.

Since ancient times, it was observed that chocolate is an efficacious inducer of good emotions, and a ancient Aztecs believed that he gives strength and wisdom. Thanks therein efficient chemicals antidepressants, such as caffeine, theobromine and phenylethylamine, chocolate attributed a lot of positive affinity. For example, current scientists possess proved that chocolate helps produce seratonin - the hormone of happiness, and its flavor - secretory immunoglobulin A - an great component of antiviral defense. Chocolate is as well rich in calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. The chief plus use a popular delicacy (in addition, of course, enjoying a great taste) - reducing the likelihood of atherosclerosis. But in big doses to use it all not worth it, specifically for lactating moms. Although irritants in chocolate is much less than a cup of coffee, a child may have an impact. Why, any caffeinated and potentially allergenic foods to be tried in small doses, preferably in a right and watch a reaction of the newborn.

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