Can Nursing Mothers Drink Bottled Bottles?
Are breastfeeding mothers allowed to drink bottled / bottled tea? I am currently breastfeeding, and I often buy bottled / bottled tea, almost every day 🙁 will it affect my baby? thanks
Hello Shelats, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
First of all, it is necessary to know in advance what kind of packaged drink you are consuming. Women who are breastfeeding are actually okay with drinking packaged drinks, but note that some of these drinks should not be drunk excessively by women who are breastfeeding:
Caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea, or soft drinks. Drinks that contain alcohol. Actually, you can drink alcohol-containing drinks, but don't breastfeed your baby 2-3 hours after you drink alcohol. Meanwhile, caffeinated drinks themselves will not actually harm a nursing baby, but if the mother consumes excessive amounts of caffeine, some of the caffeine can penetrate the milk and be consumed by the baby as well. This caffeine can cause an increase in the baby's heart rate and disrupt the baby's sleep cycle.
Although they do not have a particular effect on your baby, packaged drinks (including packaged teas, packaged juices, etc.) tend to have high sugar levels so they are still not recommended to be consumed in excessive amounts. Excessive sugar consumption can lead to obesity and other health problems.
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