December 17th, 2018
1. Its free!
Breast feeding is nutritious and promotes good health. And it’s free.
2. Less medical bills
Babies that are fed with formula get sicker more often and more seriously than babies that are breast fed. They also have more ear infections, respiratory infections, and other problems.
3. More antibodies
Antibodies help protect against illness and allergies. When a baby is breast fed, the antibodies pass on from the mother to the baby. As the baby’s system matures, his body will begin to make it’s own antibodies, and he’ll be more equipped to handle sensitivities of food.
4. Less dental problems
Sucking on the breast will also help with the development and jaw alignment and the development of the cheekbone. For this reason, there is less need for costly orthodontic work when the child gets older.
5. Ready and available
Breast milk is always ready and available, and always the right temperature. Plus, it contains all of the vitamins and minerals your growing baby needs – saving you a lot of money.
6. Faster recovery for new moms
Moms benefit from breast feeding as well. The baby sucking on the breast will cause contractions right after birth; leading to less bleeding for Mom and helping her uterus back to it’s former shape much faster.
7. Burns calories
Breast feeding also burn calories, so Mom can lose weight much faster than if she fed her baby with a bottle.
8. A stronger bond between mother and baby
Breast feeding also creates a tighter bond with the mother and the baby. Another thing formula simply can’t do.
9. Even more, longer term health benefits
The important long term benefits of breast feeding include reduced risk of asthma, allergies, obesity, and some forms of childhood cancer. The more scientists learn, the better breast milk looks.
10. Breast feeding may also make your baby smarter.
Breast feeding provides nutrients and the support of brain growth and many studies have proved that breast fed babies tend to be more smarter than babies who were fed with formula or other methods.
11. Moms have a lower risk for premenopausal breast cancer
premenopausal breast cancer is the kind that strikes before age 50. The benefits will begin at three to six months of breast feeding and increase the longer that breast feeding continues.
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