We Support Breast Feeding
At Tasty Heritage Signature, we understand the importance of breastfeeding for new mothers. Our confinement food are specially curated by our chef with the help of our nutritionist with ingredients that will boost milk production by providing new mothers a balanced diet.
Our meals are designed to include a balance of essential nutrients such as protein, calcium, iron, and healthy fats, which are vital for breastfeeding mothers. We use only the freshest and highest quality ingredients to ensure that our meals are packed with essential vitamins and minerals.
We also avoid ingredients that may cause digestive issues or discomfort for breastfeeding mothers, such as spicy or overly acidic foods.
Quality of the food mother consumes
can directly impact the quality of her breastmilk
Nutrient rich and delicious ingredients incorporate in our menu
that are beneficial for breastfeeding
These are several breastfeeding ingredients that are beneficial for breastfeeding which we incorporate in our menu we serve to your doorstep:
Steam Salmon with Black Fungus and Dang Gui
Salmon is a good source in omega-3 fatty acids, which are both important for mother and baby healthy.
Leafy Green Vegetables
We serve leafy green vegetables like amaranth spinach, shanghai green, lettuce, okra, broccoli, long beans and many more. They are good source of calcium and minerals that are important for bone health.
Stir Fry Pork with Sesame Oil and Ginger
We have developed 90 meat dishes that are packed with lean protein that are important in maintaining muscles mass and providing energy.
Our complimentary lactation
cookies baked with rolled oats - a good source of iron and contains saponins, compounds to
help stimulate milk production.
The Wonders of Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding and Jaundice
Breastfeeding is not a cause of jaundice in newborns, but it can sometimes contribute to the condition. When a baby is born, their liver may take a few days to start functioning properly, and during this time, the baby's body may have trouble processing bilirubin, a substance that is produced when red blood cells break down. Breast milk jaundice occurs when certain substances in breast milk interfere with the breakdown of bilirubin, causing levels of bilirubin to rise.
Three Tips To Manage Breastfeeding
Here are three tips for managing breastfeeding and jaundice:
Ensure Adequate Feeding: Adequate feeding is crucial for managing jaundice in breastfed babies. Frequent feeding can help increase the amount of bilirubin excreted in bowel movements, which can help reduce bilirubin levels. Encourage your baby to feed often, at least 8-12 times in 24 hours, and ensure they are latching on correctly to ensure adequate milk transfer.
Drink Enough Fluid: Mother are advisable to drink at least 3litre of water in order to stimulate milk production.
Monitor Your Baby's Bilirubin Levels: It's important to monitor your baby's bilirubin levels, especially if they have jaundice. Your healthcare provider will likely recommend regular blood tests to monitor your baby's bilirubin levels and determine if any treatment is necessary. Follow their recommendations and ensure that you attend all appointments to ensure your baby is receiving the best possible care.