Which milk is best for your baby

Discussion in 'Raising Kids' started by gregriv69, Dec 7, 2006.

  1. gregriv69

    gregriv69 New Member

    Ofcourse, no doubt , it is breast milk.If your baby sleeps at least 1hour after a feed and passes urine and stools normal with a weight gain of at least 20 grams per day then your baby is adequately fed. Nursing mothers should take plenty of liquids of at least 3 liters per day to maintain adequate breast milk production.
  2. aplina

    aplina New Member

    look like you know the answer to your own question
  3. southbank63

    southbank63 New Member

  4. katereber

    katereber New Member

    Haha, you ask that question and you also answered it..
    You're right aplina..
    No breastmilk? Try the product of abbott..
  5. mariacaniedo

    mariacaniedo New Member

    Yap!nursing babies by breastfeeding will benefit them in taking colostrum.it is the most nutritious fluid that will release from the breast to the baby by sucking.
  6. Just2EZ

    Just2EZ Moderator

    All my kids and grandkids were raised on their mama's milk.
    Wouldn't have it any other way.
    Coconut milk or Almond milk now that they are weened.
  7. mariacaniedo

    mariacaniedo New Member

    Breastfeeding is the most widely use of all the mother in the world.It promotes healthy brain,heart,bones and skin
  8. rashmivy

    rashmivy New Member

    Ofcourse mothers milk is the best. Mother should feed their kids after every 2 hrs. Mothers milk good immunity to the child. Atleast starting 6 months mothers should feed their baby.
  9. talfighel

    talfighel Silver Member

    Some women don't have enough milk in them and there are other alternatives on the market.

    Just2EZ: Coconut milk or Almond milk now that they are weened.
    This can be it. I am not a doctor so I don't really know.

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