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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An infant from birth to 3 weeks old needs to nurse frequently, as often as 12 times a day. Each nursing session should last about 30 minutes. Feeding on demand is best for a newborn. When a baby is hungry, she sucks on h... More »

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According to the Baby Center, breastfeeding mothers can wait at least two months before starting a diet plan. Baby Fit explains that breastfeeding burns an extra 750 calories a day over daily calorie requirements. A brea... More »

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Babies can eat tuna fish. Tuna fish has many benefits, and babies can start eating it as early as 6 months old. However, parents must be careful not to feed babies too much fish. More »

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Herring is the most widely eaten fish in the world. However, in the United States, tuna is the most consumed fish, and the most consumed seafood is shrimp, according to 2012 statistics. More »

Many of the foods that are popular today in Peru have been dietary staples in the region for thousands of years and include potatoes, corn, squash, chili peppers, avocados and fish. Potatoes, which are served in a wide v... More »

While modern-day Ojibwa eat some typical American dishes, the traditional cuisine of this Native American tribe includes corn, pumpkins and squash, as well as dried and smoked fish and meat. The Ojibwa use maple syrup as... More »