Aishwarya Rai and Lisa Haydon have a very special message about breastfeeding!

Breastfeeding is a blissful journey for every mother and our Bollywood moms are no different. From delivering the natural way to supporting breastfeeding, these ladies proved they were no different from other normal moms.

Here’s what our super moms have to say about their breastfeeding journey. Read on and take inspiration.

Lara dutta

“Being a mother is the most beautiful aspect of a woman’s life. It is also a great responsibility. As a mother I want to help all new and expectant mothers understand the importance of breastfeeding”.

Nandita Das

“I always knew that breastfeeding was good for a baby but I never knew how important colostrum (first thick yellow milk) is to protect her/him from so many diseases”.

Lisa Haydon

If you are not following her on Instagram, you are definitely missing out on a lot. From adorable pictures with her lil man Zack to bold and beautiful opinions about breastfeeding, Lisa Haydon speaks evert woman’s mind through her breastfeeding posts.

Aishwarya Rai

“Ash has chosen to invest in her daughter, rather than hit the gym neurotically or starve herself to fit into those old jeans. Ash has her priorities in place – her mommie-time with the baby could well be the best decision of her life. Besides, the glow of motherhood is the best cosmetic in the world…” 

Karisma Kapoor

“Women often have various notions about some foods which should or shouldn’t be eaten when they are pregnant. And when it is about shedding kilos after pregnancy, it becomes even more crucial to lose weight in a safe manner without depriving your body of the essential nutrients. After all, you need to breastfeed your baby and manage other tasks as well and not eating right will only harm your body.” 

Sonali Bendre

“While baby books typically prescribe a regimental chart of how and when to wean babies off breast milk, that approach just didn’t work for me. For everything that new mothers are told and taught, every child is different and sometimes you need to try different things. There’s no hard and fast rule.” 

Raveena Tandon

“Breastfeed for at least 6 months. Don’t give in to the pressure of getting back in shape in an insanely short time. It’s neither good for you, nor your newborn. Check with your gynaec what foods you should be consuming. Strict dieting at this time is a no-no. And yes, breastfeeding can actually help you burn calories!”

Feature image source: indiatoday.in

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