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Breastfeeding Options for Newborns

Feeding Options for Newborns

Breastfeeding is a mother’s gift to herself; her baby and mother earth says Pamela Wiggins. Breast milk is the best food for a new born baby and it can be provided to the baby in the following ways:   Direct Breastfeeding The first and foremost feeding option available to most babies is direct breastfeeding. Breast milk is cust...
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Breastfeeding - Educate and Support

Breastfeeding – Educate and Support

World breast feeding week is celebrated from 1st to 7th August every year since 1992. The goal of the week is to highlight the importance of breastmilk and encourage and promote breastfeeding to improve the health of babies and mothers all around the world. The theme for 2022 was ‘Step up for Breastfeeding - Educate and support’. It is all ...
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Nursing In Public

Nursing In Public

Breastfeeding is the most natural way to feed your baby. Babies suckle at the breast not just for nutrition but also for comfort and security. This comfort and security are even more required when the baby is surrounded by unfamiliar faces in an unfamiliar place. However, as natural as it is, it’s not unusual to feel a bit nervous about nurs...
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Foods To Increase Breast Milk Supply-min

Foods To Increase Breast Milk Supply

Although there is very limited, or in some cases, no scientific research to prove that the following foods help increase breastmilk, they have been served for generations to lactating mums and many mothers feel that these foods helped them. Fenugreek seeds (Methi): Methi seeds have been used for generations around the world to increase br...
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Different Stages of Breast Milk Composition

Different stages of Breastmilk composition

Breast milk is the main source of nutrients for a baby. A woman body start preparing to create a new food supply for her baby during pregnancy. From 4th week of pregnancy, milk producing cells called lactocytes starts forming. You might start noticing your breast growing during pregnancy but how much milk you produce depends on the milk produci...
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