It is a broth made up of potato skins, carrots, and celery. It is best sipped warm like tea, it will rejuvenate you and speed your recovery after childbirth. Don’t forget to add a tablespoon of whey into each cup, it will help you digest and absorb the potassium and other minerals in the broth. It helped lessen my postpartum bleeding on the days I remembered to drink it. Click here for the recipe.
The Weston A. Price Foundation recommends drinking up to one quart of raw milk per day when pregnant or nursing. Drinking raw milk or eating raw cheese while breastfeeding your baby will ensure that she receives adequate calcium and synergistic minerals. Raw milk was the answer to one mother’s low milk supply, read her story.
There are too many good things about egg yolks to list here, so I’ll just say that you really cannot eat too many. Asian women eat up to ten eggs a day for the first month of breastfeeding! The yolk is the best part of the egg since it is rich in choline, which is essential for your baby’s brain and nervous system development. Numerous eggs and egg yolks should be consumed during the first few weeks of breastfeeding when extra nutrition is essential.