What foods should I avoid while breastfeeding a colicky baby?
- Garlic, onions, cabbage, turnips, broccoli, and beans.
- Apricots, rhubarb, prunes, melons, peaches, and other fresh fruits.
- Cow’s milk.
Does mother’s diet cause colic?
Conclusions: Removing bananas from the maternal diet may reduce colic. The consumption of a protein-rich maternal diet, grapes, lemons and potatoes by breastfeeding mothers may protect infants from colic.
Can my breastmilk cause baby colic?
Colic may also be caused by an overabundance of breastmilk. Your baby could be consuming too much foremilk if you have an abundance of milk. The thinner milk that flows from the breast at the start of a feeding is known as foremilk. It has a higher lactose, or milk sugar, content.