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Indian Baby Feeding
How you feed your newborn is the first nutrition decision you will make for your child? Take a closer look at these guidelines for breastfeeding and bottle-feeding so you can make an informed decision.
Baby feeding is a new experience for new parents. Normally new parents offer guidance from friends and family members who mean well for them. Take whatever advice you get with a grain of salt. After all, nursing is a different experience for every mother and every baby, so what works for one woman may not work for the next.
Feeding your baby can be very rewarding and a time to enjoy a real feeling of closeness. Babies get far more than just nutrition from a feed - they enjoy the cuddle, the comfort and the satisfaction of a full tummy.
If our babies are given only mother's milk till atleast 5-6 months of age the present infant death rate of our country(India), which is around 75/1000. Live births can be brought down to 50/1000 births.
Breastfeeding will give your baby a headstart in life because human milk is specially designed to meet all his or her nutritional needs. Not only breast feeding is best for baby, it is also best for mother.
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