Kühlbarra’s Barramundi complements our confinement meals as its flesh is sweet and has a refreshing taste. Most of all, Barramundi has been tested to be higher in Omega-3 & Omega-6 as compared to most other edible fish species. This greatly benefits postnatal mothers whose bodies’ own store of nutrients have been depleted due to breast-feeding.
The tradition of Chinese confinement postpartum practices can be traced back to the early Qin Dynasty (221 B.C to 206 B.C) where it was recorded in 禮記內則 (Li Ji Nei Ze); a collection of records, over 2000 years ago detailing the rules regarding a women’s seclusion after delivering. Postpartum Confinement is also known as 坐月子 (zuò yuè zi). These practices were passed down verbally from one generation to the next, and the practices varies between regions.