Breast milk is the ideal food for infants.
Exclusive breastfeeding during the first half of life is unique to the baby. Breast milk has certain composition and quality characteristics for the specific needs of the baby.
Nature takes care of and intervenes in breast milk composition and makes it ideal for meeting the needs of this unique breastfed infant.
Essential to this specialized quality of breast milk is the healthy and balanced nutrition of the mother both before and during lactation.
The amount of breast milk produced is directly related to the demand for the quantity that is breastfed. This means that the more milk the baby suckles, the greater the amount of milk produced in the mother's breast.
Many extrinsic factors such as modern lifestyles, improper nutrition, medication as well as various idiosyncratic factors can make breastfeeding impossible or inadequate.
If breastfeeding is inadequate or inadequate, consult your pediatrician to introduce baby milk into your baby's diet.
Once you incorporate baby milk into your baby's diet, it is important to always follow the instructions on the product packaging for the preparation, proper use and storage of the milk.