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How to First Breastfeed a Newborn Baby?

Create: 01/07/2017 - 05:05
How to First Breastfeed a Newborn Baby?
Preparing to breastfeed before your baby is born can really boost your chances of breastfeeding success. To start breastfeeding well and get off to the best start you need to learn about how breastfeeding works, try and initiate breastfeeding and skin to skin contact after the birth and understand the natural feedback loops involved in building your milk supply. The more you understand about breastfeeding and the more support you get, the better.
 

Maternity and Nursing Bra Buying Guide

Create: 01/06/2017 - 10:26
Maternity and Nursing Bra Buying Guide
Just like you, I know how good it feels to have a great fitting bra. As a new mum or mum to be, we know how important it is to have good support as your body changes and grows.
 
First step is to establish whether you are fitting for a maternity bra, for during pregnancy, or a nursing bra for whilst breast feeding your baby. You may find that as early as 8 weeks, a maternity bra provides comfort and support. We recommend that you are fitted as soon as your current bra started to feel uncomfortable.
 

5 Amazing Uses for Breast Milk (Besides Feeding Baby)

Create: 01/03/2017 - 10:14
5 Amazing Uses for Breast Milk (Besides Feeding Baby)
Breast milk has uses beyond feeding babies. That liquid gold has antibacterial properties, so try it for...
 
1. Cracked Nipples: Post-nursing, squeeze out a few drops rub in, and let dry. Breast milk can kill the bacteria that cause mastitis.
 
2. Cradle Cap: Rubbing breast milk on baby's cradle cap may help it heal faster.
 
3. Chapped Lips: Rub a little milk on baby's (or mom's!) lips if they seem chapped or dry.
 

The Wonders of Breastmilk

Create: 01/02/2017 - 10:16
The Wonders of Breastmilk
- Your baby can identify you through the smell of your breastmilk. 
- Breastmilk produced for boys contains 25% more calories than for girls.
- Breastmilk influences your baby's immune system.
- And can impact on your baby's lifelong taste preferences.
- Every mother's breastmilk is unique.
- As it nurtures, nourishes and protects.
- It builds the bond between you and your baby.

Baby’s First Hour After Birth: Benefits of Skin-to-Skin

Create: 01/02/2017 - 04:03
Baby’s First Hour After Birth: Benefits of Skin-to-Skin
That first hour after baby is born is often called the Sacred Hour because it's such a special time. Your skin is the most natural place for your baby to be after birth and baby should stay there uninterrupted for at least an hour, the sacred hour. Skin-to-skin time is actually really important. Studies have shown it has lasting health benefits for all babies and moms.
 

Breastmilk and the Difference Between Colostrum, Foremilk & Hindmilk

Create: 12/03/2016 - 03:44
Breastmilk and the Difference Between Colostrum, Foremilk & Hindmilk
It can help to learn about the different types of breast milk, how it changes over time and even through a feed. The very first milk you produce just after birth is called colostrum. Many moms with colostrum worry that it doesn't seem like there's lots. It's really important to remind yourself that it's concentrated milk and it's perfect for your baby, and the small amount is just right for the baby, and it needs its food in concentrated amounts.
 

Breastfeeding Advice for New Moms

Create: 11/23/2016 - 06:15
Breastfeeding Advice for New Moms
A woman should always be supported in her choices of how she wants to feed her baby. Certainly women have to make an informed choice and even after being given the information about the benefits of breastfeeding if a woman still feels it is not for her then clearly had an option would be formula feeding and then should be instructed in how to make up formula feed safely.
 

Momsense Detects How Much Milk Your Baby Is Drinking

Create: 11/23/2016 - 02:48
Momsense Detects How Much Milk Your Baby Is Drinking
Momsense, a smart breastfeeding meter, provides mothers with real time knowledge of their baby’s milk intake and nursing habits. Momsense developed a patented technology to measure a baby’s breast milk volume intake when nursing. This technology is embedded in a sensor, connected to earphones, and used with a smart phone application.
 
The Momsense Smart Breastfeeding Meter informs moms how much breast milk their baby nursed by providing real-time data and reports. This allows moms to experience peace of mind, anywhere and anytime.
 

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