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What is it?
The breast milk is a device that allows you to extract the milk of a nursing woman. There are two kinds: manual pump and electric pump. The manual pump is easier to use, unobtrusive, lightweight and … less noisy than the electric pump. You can use it almost anywhere. However, it is a bit more tiring to use since you have to pump the milk by hand. The electric breastpump is faster, more relaxing and more efficient to use for lactation. If you have little time or little patience, this may be the solution to which you must turn. Petit downside: you can not use it anywhere because you have to be near a electrical outlet. His most: the electric pump is available in a version with double pumping. It collects milk from both breasts simultaneously allowing a real time saver. There are small, painless and almost silent! Besides breast milk, will you get plastic bags and tongs closure to store and use your milk later in the best conditions. then you choose your breast milk according to your needs Read the rest of this entry »
Nutrition and Your Baby
Consult your health care provider before giving vitamins and nutritional supplements to your baby.
Breastfeeding is the normal way to feed her baby. It may, however, whether it is a skill that both your baby and you have to learn. You’ll get a lot of exercise since you ask your baby in the 8 to 12 times per day during the first month or so milk contains the right mix of nutrients that feed your baby by giving a balanced combination of single fat, vitamins, minerals, sugars and proteins. Your breast milk helps your baby to fight against infections and diseases. Your child will benefit throughout his life.
Health Canada recommends that breastfed infants receive a daily supplement of 400 IU of vitamin D until they are a year or that the mother stops breastfeeding. After one year, the diet of all children should contain 200 IU of vitamin D per day.
Alternatives to breast milk
Health Canada indicates that infant formula is the alternative most acceptable to breast milk until the baby is between 9 and 12 months. This preparation should be based on cow’s milk with added iron.
Milk pasteurized whole cow can be added to the mixed system of the baby after the age of 9 months. If your child does not tolerate products containing cow’s milk, talk to your doctor about other options.
Every baby is different, also the best way to much power it is to feed the demand. Thus we do not wake a baby to feed. However, it is preferable to respect a minimum interval of 2:30 for the digestion bottle. In terms of quantity, it usually will drink what he needs. Sometimes he will end his bottle, sometimes not, in any case do not force it. The best way to know if a baby has eaten is simply to look after the feeding, a baby who falls asleep peacefully and sleeps at least 2 hours 30 is a happy baby. the first few weeks it is normal ever hungry at night, his body not containing energy reserves needed to continue fasting 6 or 8 hours. During the first three months, a well-nourished child will take an average of 150 to 200 grams per week. Read the rest of this entry »
Adults and children appear unequal in food allergy. If only 3.5% of adults are subjects, almost 10% of children are concerned. How to recognize symptoms? What are the foods most commonly involved? What treatments favored?
The gut has a very rich local immune system in the mucosa, supplemented by draining lymph node very important. This system protects the body from viral antigens, bacterial and parasitic by an effective immune response that seeks to eliminate them. The immune system must recognize the dietary protein to accept their passage through the mucosa. A food actually contains many proteins. Many of them turn out to be allergens. A food can contain forty different allergens. Read the rest of this entry »
Breast milk is the best food for the growth of children.It contains everything that the chili-bini in the amount they need most appropriate:proteins, sugars, fats,vitamins and minerals.Breast milk protects many infectious diseases there, as it transmits many of the defenses that the Mom has.Infants should be fed to breast very early, before the first hours after birth.The First time mothers can have difficulty: it can happen for example that the pic-coli from sticking to the breast with difficulty, that sucking is painful, or that the milk is or appears to lack. Read the rest of this entry »
Breast milk is the best food for the puppy to man is perfect to cover his nutritional needs at least the first six months of life and, in addition, contains maternal antibodies, and has a powerful protective effect against diseases. More precisely, it ensures the child a temporary immunity from all diseases to which the mother is resistant.
Hence the idea that breastfeeding is the single most natural world and the initiation of both intended to be held always in the most harmonious of ways. But things is not like that: sometimes begin to breastfeed and continue breastfeeding can present obstacles. Here are the rules that help to overcome them (or even prevent the onset). Read the rest of this entry »
Some mothers do not produce enough breast milk, or produce poor quality. And other produce on the contrary, too!
However, some infants, such as premature for example, require a diet made up exclusively of breast milk.
The milk banks are institutions that collect milk from women who produce enough to give it to babies in need. Read the rest of this entry »
The benefits of breastfeeding
Breastfeeding is the best way to meet the needs of the infant. Breast milk contains minerals, all of which are adapted to the digestive system of the newborn and evenly balanced. He brings more antibodies that strengthen the immune system. Generally, a nursing child is stronger than formula-fed infant in the first months of life. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends breastfeeding for six months.
Breastfeeding is a special moment between mother and infant. It helps build an emotional bond and unique sensory. Finally, it facilitates the depletion of the mother. Read the rest of this entry »
Jaundice, a common condition in newborns, refers to the yellowing of the and sclera (white of the eye) caused by excess bilirubin in the blood. Bilirubin is the product of the normal breakdown of red blood cells.
Normally bilirubin is processed in the liver and excreted as bile through the intestines. Jaundice occurs when bilirubin accumulates in the blood because the liver of the newborn is unable to decompose and remove it quickly enough. This may be due to different reasons, including: Read the rest of this entry »
It is perfectly adapted to the immature digestive system of the newborn.
The composition of breast milk changes to follow the formation of the baby’s digestive system. At birth, the digestive system of the newborn is immature, the mucous membranes of the intestines are too permeable and let in too large proteins in his blood. The direct passage of these molecules in the blood may trigger allergies, including allergy to milk. Maternal the milk is perfectly suited to the immaturity of the digestive system.
With breast milk, infant receives only what he can absorb. Read the rest of this entry »