Did you know Tamar Milk / Red dates milk is good for breast feeding mums?
Breastfeeding provides children the healthiest beginning in life. More than just the drinks for the babies, it is also a personalized form of medicine, protecting babies from common childhood illnesses. What can a mum do to make sure that they have a good supply of the most ideal form of food for their babies? Well guess what? It can start from mum’s own nutrition. Many of young mum-to-be or mum did not aware the benefits of breast feed milk for her child nowadays, they often neglect to consume healthy nutrition due to busy lifestyle schedule and refuse to have a strict diet during confinement period.
Dear mum, breast-milk bring many goods to baby. Breast milk supply optimal nutrition for babies. Breast milk carries everything your baby needs for the first six months of life, with the possible exception of vitamin D. The first milk is thick texture, rich in protein and full with beneficial compounds. Did you know also that breast-milk also loaded with antibodies, particularly immunoglobin A, which can aid to lower the risk or fight illness in baby? Yes, it is. Colostrum (first milk) gives high amounts of immunoglobulin A (IgA), as well as several other antibodies. When the mother is unprotected to viruses or bacteria, she begins producing antibodies. These antibodies are then secreted into the breast milk and passed to the baby during feeding. IgA protects the baby from getting sick by forming a protective layer in the baby’s nose, throat and digestive system. Lastly, breast-milk can promote a healthy weight for the baby Babies fed on breast milk also contain more leptin in their systems compare to formula-fed babies. Leptin is a key hormone for balancing appetite and fat storage. Breastfed babies also self-regulate their milk intake. They’re better at eating only until they’ve satisfied their hunger, which helps them build healthy eating patterns.
Good news! Breast feeding also bring benefits to mum also. Breastfeeding may make weight loss harder for the first 3 months after delivery due to increase in appetite. However, it may actually help with weight loss after the first 3 months due to calories burn. In the meantime, breastfeeding elevates oxytocin production, a hormone that causes contractions in the uterus. During pregnancy, your uterus grows immensely, expanding from the size of a pear to filling almost the entire space of your abdomen. Then after labor process, your uterus goes through an involution process that aids it return to its previous size. Finally, breastfeeding seems to provide the mother with long-term protection against cancer and several disease such as ovarian and breast cancer. Next, latest researches show that breastfeeding may protect against metabolic syndrome, a group of conditions that increase the risk of heart disease and other health problems for breast feeding mum.
By knowing all of the benefits of breastfeeding, ORIGINA has taken an incentive steps to produce natural milk booster, known as ORIGINA Tamar Milk with no added sugar, no preservatives and no coloring for mummies who living with a busy and hectic daily schedule.
Generally, Tamar is very rich in iron and calcium elements which aid breastfeeding moms to boost milk production. It is known as lactogenic food for its nutritious benefits. It also contains potassium, Vitamin A, and fiber. Moreover, cow milk can be quite beneficial when you are lactating and be nursing the kid. Cow milk has calcium and EFA which help to promote lactation. To save the mum’s time, this ready-to- drink Tamar milk has been packed in a cute pink pouch, which make it easier and convenient for mum to just grab and drink anywhere and anytime. Moreover, this ORIGINA Tamar Milk can be stored at room temperature for 18 months, so it is suitable for the breastfeeding mum to consume it especially during confinement period. If mum want it to be warm, just soak in the warm water for few minutes. So, let’s try our Tamar Milk right now as your natural milk booster!
The information provided is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or qualified healthcare provider with any questions or concerns about your health.