Monday, November 29, 2010

Breastfeeding benefit and Myths

Breastfeeding to a baby is something difficult to do for the mother with many activities. It is a problem in a modern era due to many of mothers is a workers so to giving milk many family is a looking second milk (Formula Milk) from animal milk like a cow, goat and other source of protein .

The formula milk is some thing look like simple and making easy to women career, but it is have implication to her babies, so that way in many countries the Goverment regulation support to mother to always breastfeeding to her baby for at least six month

The benefite of breastfeeding ase so many as a foloowing below:
1.Breastfeeding protects your baby from a long list of illnesses
2. Breastfeeding can protect your baby from developing allergies
3. Breastfeeding may boost your child's intelligence
4. Breastfeeding may protect your child from obesity
5. Breastfeeding may lower your baby's risk of SIDS
6. Breastfeeding can reduce your stress level and your risk of postpartum depression
7. Breastfeeding may reduce your risk of some types of cancer

Breast milk is best for your baby, and the benefits of breastfeeding extend well beyond basic nutrition. In addition to containing all the vitamins and nutrients your baby needs in the first six months of life, breast milk is packed with disease-fighting substances that protect your baby from illness.

That's one reason the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months (although any amount of breastfeeding is beneficial). And scientific studies have shown that breastfeeding is good for your health, too.

Breastfeeding is really important to your baby growth, in order to maintain your baby always feed breast milk there are many way to obtain your breast milk can stored for later used, just go through out to this link to frozen your breast milk.

For more information relate this topic, please review to link below
1.Women Health
2.Breast Milk
3.Baby Center
4.Breast Milk and Colostrum
5.American Pregnancy Association
6.Breastfeeding Myths