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Eat well for you and your new baby with our easy-to-follow meal plan and smart snacks.
Drink up Breast milk is 87 percent water, so be sure to load up on fluids. The latest Dietary Reference Intakes state that all beverages count, including milk, juices, and both caffeinated and caffeine-free soft drinks, tea and coffee. Water and milk are your best bets; if you drink caffeinated coffee, try to limit it to 1 to 3 8-ounce cups a day. As for sodas, limit them to 1 or 2 a day, and opt for diet, caffeine-free varieties. Get your daily quota with … 13 8-ounce glasses of fluids, even more if you are thirsty, are exercising or live in a very hot climate.>>