Transitioning Your Baby From Breast Milk to Food

Transitioning Your Baby From Breast Milk to Food

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hey guys I wanted to create this video based on some questions about some mothers that are breastfeeding and they wanted to know how do we transition from breast milk to actual food okay now the ideal situation is that you breastfeed for 18 years and I’m being totally sarcastic okay but it would be ideal for you to breastfeed at least for one year but even longer would be better and what I’m gonna show you is in addition to the breast milk but you might not even need to do this right here if your child is content with the breast milk now let me just back up for a second it’s really really really really important what a mother consumes two years before they become pregnant so always plan it out I’m sure that’s what happened to you right you plan it out for at least five years and you started to grow a healthy body so that way when you’re growing this baby that baby has everything that they need okay some key foods for the mother our plant-based trace minerals very very important I especially like iodine selenium kobol manganese all these minerals very important to prevent issues like malformation of your jaw and the teeth and even scoliosis or flat feet just to prevent all that stuff nutritional yeast for the B vitamins very very important that Seibel vitamins vital cod liver oil I like that the best high quality meats so those are some things that a mother should consume and the other thing that’s really important is eggs so some mothers during the later part of pregnancy consume like six or more eggs per day and you might think wow that’s a lot of cholesterol but all that cholesterol is necessary to develop hormones and the cellular membranes of that fetus so it’s very very important don’t don’t go low-fat that’s for sure and I don’t like the idea of a prenatal that synthetic gives a food based nutrient okay that being said the digestive system of this baby is not developed yet so you have to go slowly watch for any reactions we don’t have the normal flora and the gut what’s interesting is that infant is a good amount of lactase which is the enzyme to break down lactose milk sugar so babies were designed to consume breast milk when we get a little older that enzyme kind of goes away so that’s why you have people that are lactose intolerant they don’t have the enzyme to break down the milk sugar all right cholesterol I already talked about that really important in growth and in hormones now you want to avoid cereals and grains for sure for these babies because you see that all the time like you in the store and they sell baby cereal like you don’t want to do that because that’s going to block minerals to refined carbohydrates not very good breast milk doesn’t have a lot of vitamin D so unless you’re getting Sun take some additional vitamin d3 you can also get it directly for the infant in these little bottles and just give your infinite a small amount each day unless you can get some that would be even better okay so right about four months there’s two things that you want to enhance the breast milk with and these are just additional things it’s not a food replacement it’s just an enhancement the egg yolk not the white the white you can have at year one so you boil the eggs take the yolk out mash it with a little sea salt and that’s one thing you would want to feed your baby and Cobham a while okay those two things right here make sure you get the virgin colored oil it’s more expensive but it’s high-quality and you’d be surprised how much your baby likes it you can get a little dropper full and put about 1/4 of a teaspoon or even a little spoon and give it to your baby and Lucy who is my granddaughter it just loves it now what’s unique about cod liver oil that’s not in fish oil is that not only do we have an important essential fatty acids omega-3 DHA and EPA which are essential for brain development and nervous system development and immune development but it has vitamin A in vitamin D two really really key vitamins so then at the six month you can give your child a little puree meat of course you can also continue to give egg yolk and call them awhile but make sure it’s grass-fed the infant that’s developing doesn’t need carbohydrate they need protein and fat mostly and animal protein and fat is gonna be the best source a little avocado would be fine at this point just a little bit to see how they respond to it start to feed the microbes at this age all right so now that’s six to eight months you can introduce like carrot beet maybe even little sweet potato I would steam these or cook them add some butter grass-fed and just a little bit and introduce a little bit with the breast milk of course and unsweetened kefir just a little bit okay goat’s milk kefir is gonna be way better than cow’s milk kefir that at eight months you can add some vegetable soups stews and cottage cheese make sure this is organic make sure these are homemade then at one year you can do a little bit of nut or nut butter maybe a little seeds vegetable and the whole egg but make sure you germinate the seeds in and that’s because they have enzyme inhibitors and other anti nutrients that could be a problem so anyway I just wanted to create this quick video and for those women that absolutely cannot breastfeed there’s a really good recipe from Weston Price I’m gonna put a link down below it does take a little bit of work to make it but I think it’s way way more superior than anything out there alright guys thanks for watching so if you’re enjoying this content go ahead and share it with someone that could really benefit from it

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Transitioning Your Baby From Breast Milk to Food

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about how to transition from breast milk to actual food. It is ideal to breastfeed for at least one year or longer. What the mother consumes two years before they become pregnant is really important.
Key Foods for the Mother:
• Plant-Based Trace Minerals
• Nutritional Yeast
• Fat-Soluble Vitamins
• Cod Liver Oil
• High-Quality Meats
• Eggs
Few reminders before introducing foods to babies:
• The digestive system of babies is not developed yet, so you have to go slowly and watch for any reactions.
• Babies don’t yet have the normal flora in the gut.
• Infant produces a good amount of lactase, an enzyme to breakdown lactose or milk sugar.
• Avoid cereal and grains because it is going to block minerals and it is refined carbohydrates.
4 months: Egg Yolk, Cod Liver Oil
6 months: Pureed Meat (grass-fed), Avocado
6 to 8 months: Carrots, Beets, Sweet Potato, Butter, Kefir
8 months: Vegetable Soup, Stew, Cottage Cheese
1-year-old: Nuts, Seeds, Vegetable, Whole Egg
Eric Berg, DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 53 years of age, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of “The New Body Type Guide” and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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