Studies from ancient Oriental medicine as well as modern western medicine show that edible bird's nest contain essential nutrients that could potentially benefit the health of the baby and mothers during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Glycine substances in bird's nest can help reduce the risk of pre-eclampsia in pregnant women, decreased risk of neural tube defects in the fetus and promote the overall development of children.
The tryptophan, a precursor of serotonin and melatonin, found in bird's nest soup has antidepressant effects and can help reduce stress, anxiety and fatigue in mothers as well as promoting the recovery process after birth. In addition, tryptophan promotes the optimal growth for the child.
The tryptophan helps reduce stress, anxiety and fatigue in mothers as well as promoting the recovery process after birth
Mothers that consume bird's nest regularly can give birth to healthy babies that are free of lung diseases and respiratory organ failures.
The threonine found in bird's nest soup important in the formation of elastin and collage which help prevent aging of the skin. Daily consumption of bird's nest soup can help the skin retain its radiance and natural beauty to help skin from aging as well as reducing the appearance of stretch marks during pregnancy.
The largest benefit of bird's nest is that it contains amino acids that are essential but the human body cannot synthesize such as: Leucine, Phenylalanine, Tyrosine, Arginine, Histidine... Bird's nest soup contain a large amount of proline which is important for the recovery muscles, tissues and skin after a traumatic event like giving birth.
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Bird's Nest Soup for Pregnant Women:
Bird's nest is NOT recommended in the first trimester (the first 3 months pregnancy). The embryo needs time to firmly embedded into the uterus and establish all the important connections for growth. Bird's nest can be used from the 4th month onwards.
The recommended amount is 5-7g of dried cleaned bird's nest used every day or every other day. To save time, you can cook a couple at a time, portion and store in the refrigerator for daily use. Do NOT consume large amount of bird's nest soup at once. For best results, eat a small amount everyday.
Do NOT consume large amount of bird's nests at once
Bird's Nest Soup after giving birth:
The health of post-partum women often substantially reduced. This is because a large amount of blood is loss during childbirth, either by Caesarean section or natural birth. Compounded by the lack of sleep and hormonal imbalance cause women to feel tired and stressed out and have a weak resistance to infections. Valuable nutritients in bird's nest soup will accelerate the process of recovery for the mother. Bird's nest can also enhance milk supply and scientific evidence show that breast milk is the best food for babies.
In addition, the connective tissue under the skin dilate to meet the weight gain during the pregnancy. Mothers with Caesarean deliveries suffer added injuries during birth. Using bird's nest soup after birth can help mothers get back in shape as well as quickly regain smooth skin.
Dosage & Administration:
Bird's nest soup can be used immediately after birth. It is recommended that the mother should try a small amount to test for allergies.
A few slices of fresh ginger can be added to keep the body warm and good for digestion. If mother and baby respond well, then use 5-7g dried cleaned bird's nests every day or every other day.
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