Benefits of breastfeeding

Fernando
Fernando
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Benefits of breastfeeding. There are many benefits of breastfeeding in the life of a baby, this is due to their protein contributions and that also contains all the vitamins and immunological defenses that needs a baby for its development and is the healthiest feeding a human being can receive.

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Among the benefits and contributions that breastfeeding can provide is avoid obesity and favors the development of a higher IQ, even for the mother also provides a series of benefits.

To start breast milk has a high protein content.

In addition, it stimulates the development of the baby's immune system through the amount of immunological defenses that breast milk contains.

Another benefit of breastfeeding is that it helps reduce the number of newborns absorption of bilirubin and the appearance of problems with jaundice in infants.

It also has laxative properties, which benefits the digestion process and the frequency with which babies evacuate feces.

Another benefit is the amount of nutrients it provides to babies for proper growth at all stages of their lives.

Among the different benefits of breastfeeding, it extends the period of natural immunity to the baby through the antibodies it receives from the mother through breast milk.

This means that babies can be protected against diseases of the respiratory system, prevent any type of allergies, the development of the sense of taste for food, the correct and strong formation of the jaw and all the teeth that will come out in the future, without counting that one of the great benefits of breastfeeding is the bond that is formed for life between mother and child.

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