"Jersey Shore" star Nicole Polizzi glared at a social media user on Sunday, criticizing her for drinking wine while feeding her newborn baby.
Polizzi, also known as "Snooki", posted a photo of her drinking a glass of wine while feeding her 2-month-old son Angelo next to Instagram: "What is the life of mothers with 2 children and a newborn?" , #MomJuice #ImAGoodMomISwear.
One user quickly condemned the 31-year-old's actions and wrote, "You should not drink alcohol when you breastfeed your baby. "
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But Polizzi made sure her voice was heard.
" You are not a mother. I allow myself a few glasses once a week to stay healthy with 3 children. I do what it takes to clean my milk for my baby. Let a mole woman live and stay 1
Although Polizzi admits to have now sometimes drank while breastfeeding, she said in her 2013 book "Baby Bumps" that she had stopped drinking while nursing her first-born Lorenzo because she felt her breast milk was alcoholic
"I could smell the sake bombs in the bottle," she wrote, according to the New York Daily News, "my milk was so full of alcohol that I could have used it to make a campfire." Hof. "I could have used it to clean the toilet."
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Alcohol is one of the liquids that the Mayo Clinic mothers use Breastfeeding recommends you do "what is necessary" to cleanse your milk. The clinic states online that if you drink, you should "avoid breast-feeding until the alcohol has completely cleared your breast milk".
Doctors advise weight and how much someone drank, depending on your body, to wait two to three hours for the alcohol to leave your system. "Pumping and draining does not speed up the removal of alcohol from your body," said the Mayo Clinic.  CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that "moderate" alcohol consumption up to a standard drink per day "is not considered harmful to humans toddler, especially if the mother waits at least 2 hours before drinking a single drink.
However, the development, growth and sleep patterns of infants exposed to alcohol during the lactation period may be impaired if a mother According to officials breastfeeding, who say that "no alcohol intake is the safest option for nursing mothers. "