Posts Tagged ‘breast milk’

Breast development in adolescents

Breast development is a process that provides women with the tissue and structures necessary for the eventual production of breast milk to sustain life. Generally, development starts early in life, with outward signs of changes that occur during puberty. In some cases, these changes manifest during adolescence, while in other cases, begin substantially earlier. Internal […]

How to produce more breast milk naturally

The body of every mom is different. While some women pregnant suffering severe morning sickness for weeks, others feel great every day of her pregnancy. Such differences extend to breastfeeding. Some new mothers produce an overabundance of breast milk, some produce enough and others struggle to keep up with the demands of their hungry babies. […]

Does eating too much sugar can affect your breast milk?

It is well established that breastfeeding is the superior method of feeding an infant. Companies that manufacture infant formula have tried to mimic the composition of human breast milk, but there is no substitute. The American Dietetic Association recommends that mothers breastfeed exclusively for six months and complementary feeding for 12 months. One of the […]

How to get the most to pump breast milk

If you are a nursing mother and it’s back to work , a great challenge is how to continue feeding your baby breast milk, which is essential for growth. Pumping and storing breast milk for your baby to consume during your absence is the only way to ensure that your child receives the proper nutrients, […]