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Mother's Milk Sangria Style Iced Tea

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Mother’s Milk Sangria Style Iced Tea to Beat the Summer Heat

Contributed by Mary Ausman of Yummy Mummy, and proud mother of two.

As the weather gets warmer, we all know how important it is to stay hydrated - especially for new moms who are nursing. Hydrating is important to keep up milk supply and for overall health.  One of my friends has come up with a brilliant way to take care of both - a Mother's Milk Iced Tea Sangria. 

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Pumping and Returning to Work

Comments  |   Posted in Boob Scoop   |  By Mary Ausman
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Growth in the Early Months

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Golden Rules

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Breast Feeding Can Mean Stronger Bones

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Malocclusions

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Flying & Feeding

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Milk by is Color

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10 Tips for Exercising and Breastfeeding

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10 Tips for Exercising and Breastfeeding

Contributed by Brittany Citron is a pre/postnatal exercise specialist, and certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor and founder of PROnatal Fitness.

If you’ve been nervous about resuming exercise post-baby due to concerns of how it may impact your milk supply, you can relax!  It is a myth that exercise decreases milk production. Studies have shown absolutely no difference in milk production or nutrient composition between mothers who exercise, and those who do not.  Moreover, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) states that “regular aerobic exercise in lactating mothers has been shown to increase cardiovascular fitness without affecting milk production, composition, or infant growth.”  That said, it’s good idea to follow the 10 tips below to ensure both you and your little one have the best experience possible with nursing.          

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Colostrum and the Newborn Belly

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