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Friday, 14 August 2009

Health benefits from breast feeding

Breast feeding play an important role in the emotional and spiritual development of babies.
And there are many benefit from breastfed:
Reduce risk of heart disease later on life, increase bone density, Anti body response to vaccines are higher. Breastfeed babies enjoy a special warm bonding and emotional relationship with their mother, their hospitalize 10 times less then formula fed infants in the first years of life.
Protection against ear infections, respiratory illnesses, pneumonia, bronchitis, kidney infection, septicemia (blood poisoning), gastroenteritis, necrotizing entercolitis.
The varying composition of breast milk keeps pace with the infant's individual growth and changing nutritional needs, reduced risk of childhood diabetes, constipation, colic, and other stomach upsets.
Decreased risk of tooth decay (cavities), protection against meningitis, botulism, childhood lymphoma, crohn's disease and ulcerative entercolits.
Less risk of childhood obesity, decreased risk of acute appendicitis, rheumatoid arthritis, inguinal hernia, pyloric stenosis, for vitamin E and iron deficiency anemia.
The colostrum (first milk) coats the GI tract, preventing harmful bacteria and allergy-triggering protein molecules from crossing into baby's blood. Children received the most complete and optimal mix human nutrients and antibodies, protection against allergies asthma, eczema, and severity of allergic disease, reduced risk of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) statistics reveal that for every 87 death from SIDSonly 3 are breastfed
Nursing promotes facial structure development, enhanced speech, straighter teeth and enhanced vision and there are factors in human milk that destroy E coli, salmonella, and many others.
Breastfed infants develop higher IQ's and have improved brain and nervous system development, IQ advantage of 10-12 point studied at ages 8,12 and 18, breast feeding considered the 4th trimester in brain growth and development because there is proteins in human milk that promote brain development.

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cow colostrum said...

Colostrum really is one of the essential parts of developing as a mammal. It is something that can never be replaced.

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