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Nutrients Breast Feeding Mommas Need

The Nutrients a Momma Needs

For breastfeeding moms, there is nothing more fulfilling that being able to produce a steady milk supply for our little one. To do this, we need to get our fill of nutrients.

According to FNRI, more than 75% of lactating Filipino mothers lack iron, folate and calcium. Huwag pabayaan ang sarili, Momma.

Here’s a list of nutrients for you, momma!

Fiber

Nakakatulong sa digestion. Keeps us feeling fuller longer.

Calcium

Promotes healthy bones and teeth at para makaiwas tayo sa bone loss during lactation.

Folate

Tumutulong sa formation ng healthy blood natin.

Iron

Nakakatulong sa pag-maintain ng energy and para maiwasan ang fatigue ng breastfeeding mommas tulad natin.

Zinc

Promotes healthy immunity.

Magnesium

Helps in energy production, especially if lagi tayong pagod at puyat.

Vitamin A

Promotes healthy eyesight.

Vitamin D

Pinapalakas ang bones and teeth natin.

Vitamin E

Antioxidant that prevents cell damage.

Vitamin C

Nakakatulong sa pag-boost ng immune system nating mga mommas.

Biotin & Other B-vitamins

Helps in energy metabolism para may energy tayo to take care of baby.

Nutritional Facts

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Per Serving (28g)% RENI
Energy100 kcal4%
Fat0 g 
Saturated Fat0g 
Trans Fat0g 
Cholesterol3mg 
Protein6g 
Carbohydrates18g 
Total Sugars10g 
Total Dietary Fiber1g 
Sodium120 mg 

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Vitamins & Minerals% RENI
Iron4 mg15%
Folate163 mcg DFE30%
Calcium308 mg41%
Zinc2mg21%
Magnesium25 mg 
Vitamin A560 IU17%
Vitamin D146 IU73%
Vitamin E3 IU16%
Vitamin C24 mg25%
Vitamin B10.39 mg30%
Vitamin B21 mg30%
Vitamin B33 mg17%
Vitamin B61 mg29%
Vitamin B121 mcg30%
Biotin21 mcg 

*Percent RENI Values are based on Philippines Dietary Reference Intakes (PDRI) 2015 for 19-29 years old lactating women

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