When you’re a new mom, everyone may seem to have advice on what to eat and drink — and what to avoid — when breastfeeding. See how much you know about breastfeeding by taking this quiz.

True or false: Certain foods such as oatmeal, barley, brewer’s yeast and pumpkin can increase your milk production.

The correct answer is false

Though all nutritious foods are good for nursing mothers, so-called “breastfeeding foods” are unlikely to cause significant changes in milk supply.

If you’re a nursing mother and you regularly eat spicy or garlicky food, your breastfeeding baby will likely:

The correct answer is become accustomed to flavors in the foods your family eats

For most nursing mothers, what they eat will not give their baby gas. However, your food choices, such as garlic or spicy foods, may cause your breast milk to taste different to your baby, which he or she may notice. But the flavor change won’t hurt the baby.

Breastfeeding mothers are likely to:

The correct answer is feel hungrier than usual

A big misconception about breastfeeding is that it allows for effortless weight loss, but an increase in appetite and eating can often offset the calories you burn through breastfeeding. Nursing mothers should wait at least two months before trying to lose weight, and should aim for a gradual weight loss of no more than 4 or 5 pounds per month. Learn more.

Drinking coffee when you’re breastfeeding is:

The correct answer is OK if you keep total caffeine below 200 milligrams per day

That’s about the amount in two cups of coffee. Be wary of soda, chocolate, tea and medications that can add extra caffeine to your daily total.

Nursing mothers who drink alcohol should:

The correct answer is wait two hours after one alcoholic beverage before breastfeeding

Alcohol is transferred to your baby through breast milk, so to be safe, you should wait until your levels decrease, which is two hours for every 12 ounces of beer, 5 ounces of wine or 1.5 ounces of liquor.