According to the Mayo Clinic, breastfeeding mothers should avoid or limit alcohol, caffeine and fish in their diets. Alcohol in breast milk is not safe at any level for babies. Caffeine should be limited to three cups (2... More »

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There are several methods that mothers can use to avoid getting their period while breastfeeding including exclusively breastfeeding their babies and nursing frequently during the day and night, according to Breastfeedin... More »

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According to Parents, there are two foods to avoid when breast-feeding: fish and alcohol. Breast-feeding women don't need to eliminate fish from their diets completely, but they should avoid those high in mercury, such a... More »

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Some foods to avoid while nursing include fish, alcohol and caffeine, according to Mayo Clinic. Other foods can cause an allergic reaction or fussiness, most commonly cow's milk, soy, eggs, peanuts and corn, so nursing m... More »

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Fructose, alcohol, caffeine, fried and fatty foods are all causes of diarrhea in patients with irritable bowel syndrome, according to WebMD. Additionally, foods containing dairy products may worsen the condition, particu... More »

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WebMD recommends that people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, avoid caffeine, alcohol, carbonated drinks, dairy and artificial sweeteners. They should also avoid food that causes gas or bloating and anyt... More »

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People with multiple sclerosis should avoid foods with caffeine, aspartame and alcohol, according to Healthline. Foods and drinks containing these ingredients may irritate a person's bladder, especially if her MS symptom... More »

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