Their mother's milk is the best possible food for babies. It's so perfectly adapted to our little ones' needs that health professionals recommend they be exclusively breastfed until 6 months old. They need nothing else: no other liquid and no other solid.
What is breast milk made of then? Why makes it so perfect? Did you know that if your baby becomes sick, white blood cells make up to 94% of your milk's cells?
This article is a guide to all the questions you might ask yourself about breast milk's nutrition facts.
Feel free to jump to the question that concerns you most or read through each one if you want to understand everything there is to know what's in your breast milk:
- How many calories are there in breast milk?
- What are breast milk's nutrition facts? What is it composed of?
- Why is fat so important in breast milk?
- Are colostrum's nutrition facts the same as breast milk?
- Does formula have more calories than breast milk?
- How much proteins are there in breast milk?
- How much carbohydrates are there in breast milk?
How to improve the nutritional quality of your milk
To improve the quality of your breast milk we strongly recommend you drink Milk Boost Tea. It's an ancestral recipe of 13 natural herbs that's been used for centuries by nursing mums in Asia to boost their milk's nutritional value.
For instance it contains Dong Quai, a root also known as the "female ginseng" for its wide range of health benefits for women. It also contains Longans, famous for nourishing the blood and helping nursing women recover from childbirth.
Article tags: Breastfeeding and maternity