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Can You Freeze Milk Gravy For Later Use
If I eat biscuit and sausage gravy, 2 eggs, whole milk, will I be ok if I work it off during the day?
How did people stay thin when they ate biscuit and sausage gravy, 2 eggs, milk, juice every morning?
Yes: You can freeze your freshly pumped breastmilk for up to 3 months. It is best to keep it the back of your freezer to keep it very cold. Some report that if you have a separate deep freezer you may even keep it for longer. ...Read more
Yes: If you are producing a lot more milk than your baby needs then deep freezing makes sense. Breast milk is good for 1-2 months in a regular freezer and is best stored in the back of the freezer. In a deep freezer, the molk can last longer, up to 3-6 months. Don't forget to label each bag or bottle with the pumped date and try to use the oldest bottles first. ...Read more
Mixing breast milk: It is important that you date the breast milk when it was pumped so you cam mix the ones that were pumped close to the same date. ...Read more
They say that if I freeze my urine for 30 minutes & its colour change to "tea with milk" colour then I'm pregnant, is it true?
Myths: Nope. There is no truth to this myth. ...Read more
Frozen breastmilk: Frozen breast milk is good for 3-4 months. Label by date your breast milk pouch. Keep in the rear of your freezer. Defrost via putting in cool water bath. Do not microwave as that will denature the proteins/antibodies in the breast milk. ...Read more
I am 36 weeks what would happen if I started pumping my breast now & am I able to freeze the breast milk or colostrum that comes out?
Not a good idea: Stimulating your breasts with a pump may cause preterm contractions. This is a bad idea. You will have plenty of time to pump after the baby is born. ...Read more
Not necessarily: If you can drink milk without problems, you can drink it. You may want to select low-/non-fat milk. If you have lactose intolerance like many of us, you may want to avoid it or drink either lactose- free or soy milk. There are varying degrees of lactose intolerance. As we get older we make less and less lactase, an enzyme that breaks down lactose in milk. Many adults get gas and bloating with mil. ...Read more
Yes: Milk is healthy for children, as well as adults, as it is rich in calcium and vitamin d. There are different options from a fat content standpoint so adults have a choice between non-fat, 1%, 2% or full fat. Young children should only be given full fat milk as their developing brain needs the fat. Consult with your doctor if you have questions. ...Read more
Stop breastfeeding: If you were breastfeeding and no longer wish to, weaning your baby will stop milk production. A good way to do this is to take away one breastfeeding session every two to five days. Milk production will cease soon after you've completely stopped breastfeeding. If you haven't breastfed, avoid stimulation of the breasts and the milk will eventually stop. Use of medications is not recommended. ...Read more
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