Foods That Must Be Avoid When Breastfeeding

 Foods That Must Be Avoid When Breastfeeding

Everything consumed by breastfeeding mothers can affect breast milk and cause allergies in children. For that, know what foods often cause allergies from breast milk.

The food eaten by breastfeeding mothers will enter the bloodstream and can make allergies in infants. There are certain foods that often cause allergies in children from breast milk, namely:

  1. Cow's milk
  2. Peanuts
  3. Egg
  4. Seafood

If allergic symptoms appear in children such as a red rash, frequent cough, runny nose, diarrhea or other symptoms, then find out what foods are consumed by the mother that can trigger allergies.

For example, the red on the cheeks of the baby is often spelled out as a result of breast milk spillage, even though it must be suspected. Because if due to spillage of breast milk why does not appear on the lips and mouth

Colds that occur due to allergies are generally different from the common cold. If a cold is due to allergies, the fluid that comes out tends to be runny, whereas if the infection is accompanied by fever and the mucus is thick, it is sometimes green.

Whereas for pregnant women do not need to abstain and are free to eat any nutritious food, which should not be in contact with cigarette smoke.

Allergies occur when the body's antibodies capture a substance (can be food, dust, drugs and so on) which is considered a foreign object, this condition triggers mast cells (cells that play an allergic reaction) rupture and release substances that cause allergic symptoms.

There are many ways that can be done to prevent the occurrence of allergies, namely:

  1. Know the genetic factors, because one of the things that increases the incidence of allergies is a genetic result.
  2. Avoid allergic triggers, such as newborns, do not give cow's milk or probiotics, but give breast milk.
  3. Making infections that are not sick, namely through live vaccine immunization. This is because the higher the infection, the lower the allergies.
  4. Creating an environment that does not trigger allergies, for example avoiding excessive use of carpet.