What You Need To Know About "breastmilk"

Is Soy Milk Better For Your Child?

Posted on 03 November 2011 by Kimberly Lim

Is My Baby Getting Enough Breast Milk?

Posted on 10 April 2011 by Jane Heiza

Is It Safe To Feed Your Baby With Donated Breast Milk?

Posted on 25 March 2011 by Jane Heiza

5 Simple Steps to Treat Breast Engorgement

Posted on 22 October 2008 by Jane Heiza


What to Do If Your Child Doesn’t Drink Milk

As soon as a baby is born, mothers who choose to breastfeed are able to provide milk for their child. Even baby formulas which are used by those who cannot or prefer not to breastfeed are made to approximate mother’s milk. When your child gets older, what do you do if they decide not to […]

Is Human Milk Still Best For Babies?

Human breast milk is the ideal food for full-term babies. Formula feeding is only a substitute or supplement to breast milk when the need arises. Most commercial formulas are cow-milk based which are already modified to approximate breast milk, while others are fortified to provide maximum supplementation of nutrients to the baby. Here is a table showing […]

How To Manage Lactose Intolerance During Pregnancy

Health care providers usually encourage pregnant women to drink milk because it is a good source of calcium, which is essential for the baby’s growth. Pregnant and breastfeeding women need between 1200 and 1500 mg of calcium each day. The baby needs enough calcium in order to build healthy bones and teeth. If the baby’s […]

What Can Chemical Element Ca (Calcium) Do For Your Child?

We have heard it before and we’re still hearing it now: Calcium is the key building block for strong bones and teeth. From infancy to adulthood, milk and other calcium-rich foods have always been a must-have nutrient in the diet. It is one which children can not afford to be lacking in. Nothing beats the role […]

Foods to Build Better Bones

You might think that drinking more milk is going to build strong bones. But Americans drink a tremendous amount of milk as a whole, and osteoporosis is still a significant problem. On the other hand, Asian and vegan women who rarely or never consume dairy products have lower incidents of osteoporosis. What’s going on? Protein For one […]

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