In this video I share best 4 tips to increase BREAST-MILK production through drinking healthy juice, eating good food and dry fruits while breastfeeding. A very real and truthful video over BREAST-MILK supply! I will talk about how to increase your BREAST-MILK supply if you’re having signs of low supply. Always KEEP in mind, its supply and demand!! These are great nursing tips for newborns and require no special supplements. These are simple things you can do every day that take up little to know extra time and is great for increasing milk supply. Next time you’re wondering, “Am I producing enough milk?” you’ll know exactly how to boost milk supply!
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11 Benefits of Breastfeeding for Both Mom and Baby
1. Breast Milk Provides Ideal Nutrition for Babies.
Breast milk contains everything your baby needs for the first six months of life, with the possible exception of vitamin D. The first milk is thick, rich in protein and loaded with beneficial compounds.
2. Breast Milk Contains Important Antibodies.
These antibodies are then secreted into the breast milk and passed to the baby during feeding .For this reason, breastfeeding mothers with the flu may actually provide their babies with antibodies that help them fight the pathogen that is causing the sickness.
3. Breastfeeding May Reduce Disease Risk
Breastfeeding has an impressive list of health benefits. It may reduce your baby’s risk of many illnesses and diseases, including:
Middle ear infections, Respiratory tract infections, Colds and infections, Gut infections, Intestinal tissue damage, Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), Allergic diseases, Celiac disease, Inflammatory bowel disease, Diabetes, Childhood leukemia.
4. Breast Milk Promotes a Healthy Weight
Breastfeeding promotes healthy weight gain and helps prevent childhood obesity. The duration is also important, as each month of breastfeeding reduces your child’s risk of future obesity by 4%.
Breastfed babies also self-regulate their milk intake. They’re better at eating only until they’ve satisfied their hunger, which helps them develop healthy eating patterns.
5. Breastfeeding May Make Children Smarter
Some studies suggest there may be a difference in brain development between breastfed and formula-fed babies.
This difference may be due to the physical intimacy, touch and eye contact associated with breastfeeding.
6. Breastfeeding May Help You Lose Weight
While some women seem to gain weight during breastfeeding, others seem to effortlessly lose weight. Breastfeeding may make weight loss harder for the first 3 months after delivery. However, it may actually help with weight loss after the first 3 month.
7. Breastfeeding Helps the Uterus Contract
During pregnancy, your uterus grows immensely, expanding from the size of a pear to filling almost the entire space of your abdomen.
After delivery, your uterus goes through a process called involution, which helps it return to its previous size. Oxytocin, a hormone that increases throughout pregnancy, helps drive this process. Breastfeeding increases oxytocin production, a hormone that causes contractions in the uterus. It reduces blood loss after delivery and helps the uterus return to its previous smaller size.
8. Mothers Who Breastfeed Have a Lower Risk of Depression
Breastfeeding mothers are less likely to develop postpartum depression. They have increased amounts of oxytocin in their system, which encourages care giving, relaxation and bonding between mother and child.
9. Breastfeeding Reduces Your Disease Risk
Breastfeeding seems to provide the mother with long-term protection against cancer and several diseases.
The total time a woman spends breastfeeding is linked with a reduced risk of breast and ovarian. Breastfeeding for more than one year is linked to a 28% lower risk of breast and ovarian cancer. It has also been linked to a reduced risk of several other diseases.
10. Breastfeeding May Prevent Menstruation
Continued breastfeeding also pauses ovulation and menstruation. However, note that this may not be a completely effective method of birth control.
11. It Also Saves Time and Money
To top the list, breastfeeding is completely free and requires very little effort. By choosing to breastfeed, you won’t have to:
Spend money on formula.
Calculate how much your baby needs to drink daily.
Spend time cleaning and sterilizing bottles.
Mix and warm up bottles in the middle of the night (or day).
Figure out ways to warm up bottles while on the go.
Breast milk is always at the right temperature and ready to drink.
All information provided in this video is for educational purposes only and should never replace the advice of your doctor. Always direct questions to your care provider regarding your specific situation and before attempting any of the suggestions.