"What helps reduce the incidence of ear and respiratory infections, intestinal disease, pneumonia, meningitis, Crohn's disease, colitis, diabetes, childhood cancers, allergies, constipation, urinary tract infections, tooth decay and obesity? It also increases intelligence and reduces the incidence of breast cancer for the mother."
Reduces risk of... breastfeeding reduces ovarian and cervical cancer, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, bacterial and viral infections of all types and increases visual acuity, optimal neurological and social and oral development, as well as saves money for health care providers and families.
Bottle First feed sterile water Glucose water Then formula Feed every 3-4 hours Should eat at least 4 oz every 4hours Burp ‘em
Breast is best Prepare breast late in pregnancy Put to breast as soon after birth as possible Colostrum-first milk, may start to come out prior to birth & high in protein,vit A, immunoglobulins, but lower in CHO, fat, & K+ than mature breast milk!
MILK comes in Usually about 3-5 days after birth ‘Heavy breasts’ At first nurse at each breast for 5 minutes May feed every 2 hours!!! Usually settle down to every 3-4 hours
How do I do This?? Get breast started How do I hold the kid? Root reflex Get areola into mouth!!! He won’t let go!!!!