breastfeeding intake assessment is how we can tell if the baby’s feeding while at the breast. It is important to assess breastfeeding intake to ensure that adequate milk transfer is occurring during the feed – meaning that the baby is drinking enough milk from the breast. Good milk transfer is necessary to ensure the baby…
All babies are either drinking breast milk or infant formula exclusively until four months of age. We do not recommend starting solid foods before four months of age. Ideally, a breastfed infant will not start solid foods until six months of age. Some formula fed babies do start cereals at four months of age. We…
I’ve been working for the NHS for over 15 years now and it’s wonderful, because when I get patients sent to me who are overweight or have got heart disease or high blood pressure, I can talk to them about all the plant-based foods they can eat that will make them a lot healthier by…
There are many, many health and nutritional benefits for the baby. Most women these days decide to breastfeed because of this. There’s so much more research out now showing us why breastfeeding is so important for babies. The incidence of colds and viruses are lessened, in addition to allergies and the severity of allergies being…
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