That's the only way I can rationalize such inaccurate -- and untrue! -- advice.
Eating fatty foods will not result in thicker breast milk.
Depending on what sorts of fats you eat, the the fatty acid composition of your milk (ie: more monounsaturated and less polyunsaturated) may vary, but not its total fat content or texture.
Fat content of breast milk usually relates to the amount of breast milk containted in the breast.
A full breast contains a lower percentage of fat than one running empty (which is why babies should be fed from one breast until it it is fully empty, as this guarantees they are taking in the thicker, fattier hindmilk, which is released at the end of a feeding.)
In any case, the only reason I can even conceive of your doctor recommending thicker breast milk is because your baby may have reflux.
Assuming that is an official diagnosis from a pediatric gastroenterologist, you have two options: express breastmilk and mix it with a thickener or purchase pre-thickened formula.
I do not believe it. I thought the writer was asking what sort of food should she eat to thicken her breast milk. I was going to suggest she eat Salmon fish or any fish. Then I read the writer's suggestion that the woman mix her milk with thickners. what a silly suggestion.I'm sure if the doctor had some fatty foods in mind if he thought the foods will help the breast milk of the mother become more suitable for the baby. The women are just making up stories and attributing them to their doctors. I mean breast milk is breast milk whether the wsoman eats iceberg lettus or salisbury steak.