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International Journal of Home Science

2023, VOL. 9 ISSUE 2, PART B

To study on nutritional status of breast-feeding mother in rural area Sultanpur district

Author(s): Neha Verma, Dt. Sarita Iraj and Anvita Singh
Abstract:
Nursing mothers should be educated on proper diet practices while being warned about unscientific approaches to diet restriction. Breast-feeding is a personal decision a mother needs to make carefully, taking full into account the benefits and burdens it will bring to both mother and baby. Breast-feeding offers many benefits. The nipples also become larger and more erect as they prepare for milk production. Mothers who breast-feed typically have an easier time losing weight after pregnancy. Certain conditions or diseases may also prevent a woman from breast-feeding. Breast cancer, certain breast infections, or another type of cancer may prevent a woman from breast-feeding her baby. Women who are HIV positive, have AIDS, have heart disease, are malnutritioned, or have untreated tuberculosis may be recommended not to breast-feed. If you follow a vegetarian diet, it's especially important to choose foods that'll give you the nutrients you need. For example: Choose foods rich in iron, protein and calcium. Good sources of iron include lentils, enriched cereals, leafy green vegetables, peas, and dried fruit, such as raisins. On the survey the table that (78.3%) respondent were fiber include in diet Yes whereas (21.6%) respondent were fiber include in diet No.
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How to cite this article:
Neha Verma, Dt. Sarita Iraj, Anvita Singh. To study on nutritional status of breast-feeding mother in rural area Sultanpur district. Int J Home Sci 2023;9(2):96-97.

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