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Breastfeeding but not enough milk
Why is it important to breastfeed? 
Breastfeeding a baby exclusively for the first 6 months, and then continued breastfeeding in addition to appropriate solid foods until 12 months and beyond, has health benefits for both the mother and child.

Research shows that breastfeeding has significant health benefits for mothers
Breastfeeding: assists the uterus return to its pre-pregnant state faster, can help women to lose weight after baby’s birth, reduces the risk of ovarian cancer and pre-menopausal breast cancer, reduces the risk of osteoporosis and reduces the risk of mothers with gestational diabetes developing Type 2 diabetes.

Babies who are fed breast milk have a lower risk of: gastro-intestinal (gut) illness, allergies, asthma, diabetes, obesity, some childhood cancers, respiratory tract (chest) infections, urinary tract infections and SIDS (cot death).

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Moringa Oleifera Breastfeeding but not enough milk 100 capsules

Moringa Oleifera Breastfeeding but not enough milk    100 capsules

Moringa Oleifera dried leaves
increasing breast milk in the breastfeeding months

100 capsules 450 mg

Moringa Oleifera main healthy benefits:
The perfect natural supplement for enhanced overall health, strengthens the immune system, cleans toxins from the body, supports treatments for gout and arthritis, cardiovascular health, control of high blood pressure and lower blood sugar levels, relief from gastrointestinal distress, improved liver function.

Moringa leaves and pods are helpful in increasing breast milk in the breastfeeding months. One tablespoon (4 capsules) of leaf powder provide 14% of the protein, 40% of the calcium, 23% of the iron and most of the vitamin A needs of a child aged one to three months. 
NOT use when you are still pregnant .

Euro 20.63

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3 = Euro 18.74