My baby needs mother’s milk and I have insufficient lactation, what can I do?
- NeoLacta Lifesciences is the only company in India and Asia that has developed 100% breast milk products.
- Breast milk products have been shown in numerous clinical trials to save the lives of premature babies (defined as any baby with a Gestational age < 37 weeks) and low birth weight babies (< 2500g) and provide an alternative for low / non-lactating mothers.
- Whilst a new product and concept in India, there are 2 companies that have been doing in the United States The promoters of NeoLacta Life Sciences have developed this technology in Australia. The promoters of NeoLacta had supplied Human Breast Milk Pasteurising and protein concentration equipment to Dr Peter Hartmann, a well know authority in breast milk and associated with the first breast milk bank in Perth, Western Australia, called the PREM Milk bank at the King Edward Memorial Hospital.
Our process complies with the key Global guidelines from
- IAP (Indian Academy of Pediatrics)
- HMBANA (Human Milk Banking Association of North America)
The benefits of Pasteurised Human Breast Milk are striking when compared to Infant Formula.
Human milk components in fresh mother’s milk after freezing and pasteurization vs. formula and special formula
|Components||Mother’s milk from the breast||After freezing and pasteurization||Formula||Special Formula||Functions|
|IgA and SlgA||100||67-70||0||0||Infant’s do not produce SlgA until 6-9 months; active against Polio, Coxsackievirus, Herpes, CMV, RSV, Rubella and Rotavirus.|
|IgM||100||100||0||0||Active against CMV, RSV and Rubella.|
|IgG||100||66-70||0||0||Active against CMV, RSV and Rubella.|
|Lactoferrin||100||27-43||0||0||Protein that binds iron required by many bacteria and thus slows bacterial growth.|
|Lysozyme||100||75||0||0||Enzymes that break bacterial cell walls, destroying them.|
|Lipases||0||0||0||0||Protect against “envelop viruses”.|
|Monoglycerides||100||100||0||0||Disrupts membrane coating of many viruses and protozoans destroying them.|
|Free fatty acids||100||100||Added to some formulas||–||Disrupts membrane coating of many viruses and protozoans destroying them.|
|Linoleic acid||100||100||Added to some formulas||–||Essential fatty acid; metabolic precursor for prostaglandins and leukotrienes.|
|Alpha lenolenic acid||100||100||Added to some formulas||–||Essential fatty acid; metabolic precursor for docosahexaenoic acid; important for eye and brain development.|
|Bifidus factor||100||70-100||–||–||Promotes growth of Lactobacillus bifidus, a harmless bacterium to prevent growth of harmful bacteria in the gut.|
|Oligosacc||100||–||–||–||Binds harmful bacteria.|
|Vitamin A||100||100||–||–||Protection against disease; gut mucosa sensitive to vitamin A.|
The table is adapted from: Tully DB, Jones F and Tully MR. Donor milk; What’s in it and what’s not. J Hum Lact. 2001;17(2):152-155.
Links to some key research materials:
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