One of the most common causes is too little salt. This will lead to low potassium and also to dehydration which would explain a reduced milk production.
On lower carb diets most people need several grams more salt, so add at least 1-2 grams/day which will also make you thirstier and make you drink more. Add a significant amount of protein and fat to increase milk production as well.
I usually have a cup of broth to drink at night with at least 500-800 mg of sodium.
What would you estimate your daily calorie intake is?
Edited by: HOUNDLOVER1 at: 2/21/2013 (23:59)
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