While we know that breastfeeding has many health benefits for mothers and babies, the studies have been a bit fuzzy when it comes to the link between breastfeeding and preventing obesity in children. Some studies show a clear link, but in others that link is less clear. A new study published in the journal Pediatrics may help explain the fuzziness.
The sacrifices that we feel we should do in order to create this bond. I want to share more than a pretty breastfeeding picture for worldbreastfeedingweek. We forget that mothers still prolong breastfeeding passed the basic 6 months time doctors recommend.
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In a new take on the breastfeeding selfiemoms can now transform a beautiful moment of nourishing their child into an equally stunning photo illustration. These unique "Tree of Life" images are going viral as moms across social media are uploading their favorite brelfies to the PicsArt photo editing app and creating these powerful photos in an array of artistic styles. Many proud moms are using these TreeofLife masterpieces as a fresh campaign to normalize breastfeeding while others are creating them as a way to show that bottle-feeding moments are just as precious.
During the early days with my third baby, I felt a special connection in my heart and soul with my LLL colleagues and with all the mothers whose breastfeeding wisdom has been passed along. I know whenever I contact my [LLLI] friend and mentor Genny, she will have sound, reasonable, educated information to share. I appreciate her help with breastfeeding and mothering
Jody Fisher posted a photo on Facebook showing off the unmistakable blue colour of her milk, and explained that the reason for the magical change was due to her baby having vaccinations. She claimed that the milk turned blue because it was producing antibodies to help heal her little one after sensing traces of the illness left by the vaccination when her baby was feeding. Way to go boobies.
As more mothers elect to breast-feed, more concomitant problems in mothers and babies are reported that are thought to contraindicate breast-feeding. Many frequently cited maternal and infant reasons for stopping breast-feeding are not valid. Breast-feeding can usually be maintained if the physician remembers that breast-feeding is important for the baby and mother and not simply another feeding method. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU.
Stronger focus on nutrition within health services could save 3. Breastfeeding is the normal way of providing young infants with the nutrients they need for healthy growth and development. Virtually all mothers can breastfeed, provided they have accurate information, and the support of their family, the health care system and society at large.