Healthline writes that a healthy mother is essential for successful breastfeeding. Vitamin-rich foods can also play a significant role in maintaining good health. A study found that taking vitamin supplements was safe as long as the recommended daily allowance was not exceeded. Use only those supplements that have been shown to be safe for use during nursing. In order to strengthen their immune systems, breastfeeding mothers should take the five vitamins discussed in this article. The following are some of them:
1, Nutritional D, or Vitamin D
Breastfeeding mothers can safely use vitamin D supplements. The possibility of contracting a respiratory infection is decreased. An analysis of studies found that 600IU per day is the optimal dose for nursing mothers.
2, Sodium ascorbate
Tissues can develop and heal with the support of vitamin C. Breastfeeding mothers should take no more than 120 mg per day.
3, The B-Complex Vitamins, or B3.
The immune system is boosted by vitamin B complex, and overall health is improved. Be sure to consult your doctor for the recommended dosage.
Having a robust immune system that can effectively combat viruses and germs is made easier with the support of zinc. It is recommended that nursing mothers take 12mg daily.
In order to assist their infants fight off infections and respond better to the body's defenses, breastfeeding mothers should take probiotics.
If you are a breastfeeding mother and are considering taking a multivitamin, please consult your doctor first.
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