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The Nutrients A Momma Needs

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to read Sep 14, 2021

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!

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Fiber

Nakakatulong sa digestion. Keeps us feeling fuller longer.

 

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Calcium

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

 

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Folate

Tumutulong sa formation ng healthy blood natin.

 

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Iron

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

 

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Zinc

Promotes healthy immunity.

 

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Magnesium

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

 

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Vitamin A

Promotes healthy eyesight.

 

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Vitamin D

Pinapalakas ang bones and teeth natin.

 

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Vitamin E

Antioxidant that prevents cell damage.

 

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Vitamin C

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

 

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Biotin & Other B-vitamins

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

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Nutritional Facts

Per Serving (28g)

 

% Reni

Energy 100 kcal 4%
Fat 0g  
  • Saturated Fat
0g  
  • Trans Fat
0g  
  • Cholesterol
3mg  
Protein 6g  
Carbohydrates 18g  
  • Total Sugars
10g  
Total Dietary Fiber 1g  
Sodium 120mg  

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Vitamins & Minerals

 

% RENI

Iron 4 mg 15%
Folate 163 mcg DFE 30%
Calcium 308 mg 41%
Zinc 2 mg 21%
Magenesium 25mg  
Vitamin A 560 IU 17%
Vitamin D 146 IU 73%
Vitamin E 3 IU 16%
Vitamin C 24 mg 25%
Vitamin B1 0.39 mg 30%
Vitamin B2 1 mg 30%
Vitamin B3 3 mg 17%
Vitamin B6 1 mg 29%
Vitamin B12 1 mcg 30%
Biotin 21 mcg  
*Percent RENI Values are based on Philippines Dietary Reference Intakes (PDRI) 2015 for 19-29 years old lactating women
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