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7 Benefits of breast feeding

May 16, 2017

Do you know that the benefits of breastfeeding mother and child are not limited to the period of lactation only, but extends for the whole lifetime?

Various scientific studies around the world have shown that children and adults who have been breastfed are less likely to develop chronic diseases in general. The rate of protection from chronic diseases is proportional to the length of breastfeeding, but not less than six months.

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Here are some of the healthy aspects of breastfeeding:

  1. Fight obesity:

This starts from early childhood. Babies who feed on breast milk do not suffer from overweight, which often found in babies who fed on formula milk.

  1. Better teeth:

Breastfeeding depends on the movement of the jaw and tongue muscles, which helps to strengthen the jaw and regularity of the shape of the teeth. One study has shown that children who relied on breast feeding need to repair their teeth later by less than 40% of those fed on formula milk.

  1. Low risk of heart disease:

This information is being studied, but scientists believe that because the mother’s milk contains cholesterol, unlike synthetic milk, the child’s body can deal with cholesterol and its metabolism early in life, leading to lower cholesterol in these children as compare to others.

  1. Low risk of the first type of sugar:

Especially in families, which have a satisfactory history of diabetes.

  1. Low risk of multiple sclerosis:

The mother’s milk contributes to the formation of myelin, which forms the cover that covers the nerves.

  1. Low risk of asthma and allergies:

Breastfeeding helps to delay the dependence on foods that may cause allergies, such as bovine milk.

  1. Digestive device is healthier:

Many digestive diseases are rare in individuals who have relied on breast milk.

The benefits of breastfeeding are not only limited to the baby, but also to the mother. It has scientifically proven that mothers who breastfeed are less likely to develop breast cancer.

 

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