When exclusively breastfeeding your baby you may find that your baby is not consuming as much (in volume) of your milk if you compare to babies on a formula only diet.
For example children of about four months old consume 33 percent more formula each day than breastfed babies. This has been well documented by … [Read More...]
Improved weaning practices
Complementary foods should normally be started when a child is 6 months old. These may be started any time after 6 months of age, however, if the child is not growing satisfactorily. Good weaning practices involve selecting nutritious foods and using hygienic practices when preparing them. … [Read More...]
Here is a breastfeeding troubleshooting guide for common breastfeeding issues you may encounter. Loop in your doctor or lactation consultant if you have any breastfeeding concerns that are not addressed here.
Sore nipples - Sore nipples are most commonly the result of a bad breastfeeding position. Check how your … [Read More...]