How To Increase Milk Supply (1)

How to Increase Milk Supply (1)

How to Increase Milk Supply

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How To Increase Milk Supply (1)

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Breast milk is milk produced by humans to be consumed by babies as the main source of nutrition for babies who have not been able to digest solid food. Providing breast milk for babies is recommended until the baby 2 years old. After entering the age of 6 months, babies are given complementary food of breastmilk. However, breastfeeding is recommended to continually given until the age of 2 years.

Mother's milk is produced of the influence of the hormone prolactin and oxytocin after the birth of the baby. The first breast milk that comes out is called colostrum and it contains lots of immunoglobulin A ( a good substance for the body's defense against disease). Natural milk produced by the mother is better than the most expensive formula milk.

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