Benefits of Breastfeeding

The Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom’s Health

Nurturing Motherhood: The Multifaceted Health Benefits of Breastfeeding Breastfeeding stands as a powerful journey that not only nourishes the newborn but also plays a crucial role in enhancing a mother’s well-being. This blog is dedicated to exploring the different health advantages associated with breastfeeding, emphasizing its contributions to postpartum recovery, the reduction of specific diseases, …

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Benefits of Breastfeeding for Premature Babies

Breastfeeding or providing mother’s milk is a powerful tool to support the health and development of premature babies. Premature babies, or preemies, are born before 37 weeks of gestation and may face a range of health challenges due to their underdeveloped organs and immune systems. Breast milk for premature infants is uniquely suited to support …

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Optimised Human Milk Nutrition: The Cornerstone for Growth and Development in Premature Babies

Premature babies are at a higher risk of developmental delays compared to full-term babies. This is because most premature babies do not have fully matured organs such as the brain, lungs, etc. Over the years, numerous studies and research works, has conclusively proven that Optimum human milk nutrition helps reduce complications in early life, lowers …

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COMPOSITION OF HUMAN MILK – NUTRIENTS AND BIOACTIVE FACTORS

Human milk or breast milk is a primary source of nutrition available for newborns. Breast milk has all the essential nutrients such as carbohydrates, protein, and fats as well as water to keep the baby hydrated and non-nutritive bioactive factors. Bioactive factors are elements that affect biological processes and have an impact on body function …

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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 breastmilk …

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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 …

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Tips to help your premature baby to gain weight

Babies tend to gain maximum weight during the third trimester. Thus, if your baby is born prematurely, there’s a high risk that the baby would be underweight. Your baby’s birth weight is determined by how prematurely the baby is born. A premature baby’s weight is also affected by other factors such as expecting twins or …

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STANYA – Breast Milk From An Ayurvedic Point Of View

Motherhood is a lifelong commitment. It comes with its ups and downs, excitement and anxiety, pride and agony, and of course a lot of memorable firsts. A mother cannot forget the first time she held her baby against her bosom- a tiny tot wrapped in delicate covers, eagerly waiting for her doting. The first drop …

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Breastfeeding Myths: Busted by Ayurveda

Myths and taboos related to breastfeeding are pretty popular because we don’t talk about it enough. Breastfeeding is a sacred process that seals the bonding between a mother and her newborn. As the joy of motherhood trickles down her bosom, the mother unites with her infant by an inseparable invisible cord, a physical, psychological, and …

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