New Breast Feeding: Everything a New Mother Needs to Know About Breastfeeding Her Newborn! (Paperback)

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Having a baby is one of the most challenging and unique experiences a woman can go through. Yet, it is only the first step on the long road of parenting. While some mothers elect or must choose the bottle, many more still opt for breast feeding. They do so for a number of reasons. Most of the rationale behind breast feeding, however, focuses on the health benefits.

When you feed a baby breast milk, you increase the chances of developing a strong immune system. Breast milk contains a minimum of 6 anti-infective agents against the most common childhood diseases and illnesses. Breast milk also contains many antimicrobial properties. Colostrum is one of several immune protectors for your child.

As a result, breast feeding you baby may increase his or her chances of avoiding the risk of contracting juvenile diabetes, lymphoma and Crohn's Disease later in their life. Some tests have revealed babies who have been breast fed have lower instances of developing asthma and allergies.

When you breast feed your baby, you also provide him or her with the ideal nutritional balance. In fact, some experts maintain that breast milk can provide all the nutrients your baby needs up until they are one year old. Moreover, breast milk is less sweet than other milks and contains fat that is easily absorbed by the system.
One thing you need to note is that breast milk is species specific. Each mammal produces the ideal breast milk for their infants.

Below are some topics that you are about to learn:
  • Avoiding Foods While Breast Feeding
  • Benefits of Breast Feeding
  • Breast Compression
  • Breast Feeding Adopted Babies
  • Engorged Breast
  • Health and Diet
  • How Breast Milk is Made
  • How to Choose a Breast Pump
  • Low Supply of Breast Milk
  • Other Foods While Breast Feeding
  • Poor Milk Supply
  • Returning to Work
  • Starting Solid Foods
  • The First Six Weeks
  • And so much more...


Product Details
ISBN: 9798538848003
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: July 16th, 2021
Pages: 64
Language: English