Wednesday, February 28, 2018

M2 Concentrate Tea Drink: Recommended Breastfeeding Diet

Delicious breastfeeding diet for pregnant and nursing moms

Press Release included



M2 concentrate tea drink is a refreshing juice alternative to the usual sweets and sodas we often grab from the rack. The bitter taste of Malunggay and okra is invinsible to your taste buds, with the help brown sugar it neutralizes the vegetables aftertaste. Kids at home can enjoy this bottled juice, we even let our kid include it to her “baon” (snack in school).

For moms and moms-to-be, M2 is a healthy option if you or you have plans of breasfeeding your baby. Generally it’s safe to drink, you may check NatureEarth’s clinical research, full details are mentioned within this blog post. 

Here’s an informative article about M2 concetrate tea drink:

Breastfeeding can be beneficial and rewarding for both mothers and babies, but at the same time entails a lot of hard work and can be a bit tedious. In order to keep quality breast milk supply sufficient, it is essential to always stay hydrated because breastfeeding can make the nursing mother really thirstyThis means that nursing mothers need to be sipping liquids most of the day. But most important of all, the health and nutritional state of the mom must always be at the optimum to make sure quality milk is being produced for her baby. Although water is good, it can get a bit dull as well as lacking nutritional value and content.


In 2011NatureEarth has introduced M2 concentrate tea drink. With
 malunggay, okra and ginger as its main ingredients, it is packed with powerful nutrients, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, iron, potassium, calcium and has been proven to significantly improve the amount of milk of nursing mothers. It is, by far, the best and most convenient diet for breastfeeding mothers, which are important for a baby’s growth. Malunggay, okra and ginger are also low calorie vegetables that are excellent sources of calcium and healthy antioxidants, important for both mothers and theirs babies.

It is a known fact that malunggay is a good enhancer of breastmilk. And to further support this claim, a case study research was conducted by NatureEarth wherein twelve moms ages 18 to 33 years old with babies ages2 weeks to 2 months old were asked to participate. Half of them were asked to drink one glass of M2 concentrate tea drink daily, while the other half were asked to drink 2 glasses. After a month of regularly drinking M2 concentrate drink, the 6 mothers who drank 2 glasses daily claimed they produced more breast milk. While the other 6 who drank only a glass did not notice any changes on the quantity of their breast milk.

On the second month, all mothers claimed to have an increased amount of milk being produced, including the ones who only drank a glass daily.

Then on the third month of continuously drinking M2 concentrate drink, everyone noticed that they felt better because no one got sick during the three-month period and there was an ease in bowel movement. Some mothers even claimed that their skin became smoother.

For more information about the product and other updates, please follow their Facebook page, M2LactationClub

This cool and refreshing tea is available in all Robinsons Supermarkets and Andoks Litson Manok stalls. 




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