Union JackThe word is out - Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton gave birth Monday afternoon and it looks like her and Prince William's new bundle of joy will be wearing Royal blue (it's a boy!). Britain's beloved baby boy is going to need optimal nutrition from the start to take on the tasks that await him as the heir to the throne. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization recommend exclusive breastfeeding for at least 6 months to benefit the health of both mom and baby. Along with these recommendations come some dietary tips that all new moms should be aware of. We've zeroed in on the nutrients that help new moms like Kate fight fatigue (hello, sleepless nights), reduce the risk of postpartum depression, and meet the demands of nursing during the upcoming months. Let's hope Kate loads up on these foods and nutrients.
1. Whole Grain Carbs
Kate may have slimmed down with the Dukan Diet for her wedding, but there's no time to cut carbs when you're welcoming aRead More »from Pay Attention Kate! 8 Foods New Moms Should Eat