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Foods To Avoid While Nursing A Baby / Pump And Dump Doesn't Work!

Today I am sharing Foods To Avoid While Nursing A Baby. These are 10 foods you should avoid while breastfeeding or limit while nursing a baby.
In this video I discuss 10 foods you should avoid while breastfeeding or limit while nursing a baby, as apart of our Nursing Tips For Newborns series. Most of these foods will cause fussiness in the baby, colic symptoms, gas and/or bloating. They may also be linked to reflux in newborns as well as decrease your milk supply.

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