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Breastfeeding Makes Your Baby Smarter

July 20, 2012 by Estella     0

There are several studies discussed the connection between breastfeeding and smart babies. New evidence found that babies drink mother's breast milk makes them grow smarter and healthier. We should overlook breastfeeding has so many benefits for bother mother and child. It's definitely the smart thing to do.

Breastfeeding is known to offer the babies so many benefits against allergies, diabetes, obesity, respiratory problems, stomach virus, and other illness by providing certain protective and immune-boosting factors.

Breast milk is loaded with brain-boosting fat called DHA (or AA asahexaenoic acid), an omega-3 fatty acid, which is a vital nutrient for the growth and development of brain tissue. Babies who have been breast-fed longest will have the highet DHA levels. Infant formulas made in the United States do not contain DHA or AA.

Breastfeeding builds the bond between mother and child with skin-to-skin touch and more interactive experience than bottle-feeding.

Breastfeeding improves children's cognitive and emotional development. It is revealed that children who are breastfed at least six months may have better academic performance than children who were not, according to a study of 17,000 children in Belarus.

In a lead researcher Wendy Oddy's study, extended breastfeeding wild help children less to suffer mental health problems as they enter their teen years. Experts said that breastfeeding is still the best! If you or your babies are struggling with breastfeeding; talk to a lactation consultant about your questions and concerns.

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