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Almonds have long been known as nutrient-rich snacks that can satiate our hunger and also increase our overall health. However, for women who are struggling to produce enough breast milk, almonds can also help to stimulate this essential production. The rich blend of fats and minerals in almonds can not only cause the body to make more milk, but also to make healthier milk for your infant. Almond oil is often recommended to prevent breast milk deficiency, as this is even more concentrated and can act quickly on the body’s production process. Protection Status
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