Whole milk

When choosing dairy products, please note that they must be fresh, better made the day of use.
Whole cow's milk, unlike the breast, which is devoid of antigenic properties, can cause allergies manifested by bloating and intestinal colic. It can be consumed in small quantities or replace with fermented milk products such as yogurt, fermented baked milk, cheese and cottage cheese.

Raw vegetables

Vegetables contains great amount of fiber, hard to digest, especially without prior heat treatment. Vegetables that causes colic in newbornsinclude: carrot, radish, cabbage. These foods should be boiled or put out for better absorption.


The consumption of potatoes because of the high starch to a greater extent worried about the tummy of the baby. Cook it, pre-soak 2 hours in running water. This same procedure you will perform when the time comes to introduce potatoes as foods for your baby.


Beans, peas, corn kernels or on the cob, lentils are also difficult to digest the body of a nursing mother. They should be completely exclude for the first few months of feeding baby breast milk.

Black bread and yeast dough

Bread, pies, muffins and pancakes, mixed with the addition of yeast to cause fermentation in the digestive system, both mom and baby. There are freshly baked pastries it's the same as eating raw dough. Indeed, the process of fermentation takes place, and when the cakes warm or cold, then your stomach digests the finished product, not the dough.


Mothers, lovers, mineral water, use for drinking non-carbonated water. In extreme cases, you can leave a glass of soda water for a few hours, until you hit the gas.

In addition to the damage from dyes and fragrances, a detrimental effect fizzy drinks have on the absorption of breast milk a small body. The composition of any fizzy drink that consists of water, carbon dioxide, dyes and fragrances. In addition to the undesirable effect of consuming a drink containing artificial additives, in combination with water, carbon dioxide stimulates the secretion of gastric juice, increasing its acidity and causing the formation of gases.