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Why is breastfeeding important?
It’s never too early to start thinking about how you’re going to feed your baby. This is because your breast milk is perfectly designed for your baby. Breast milk protects your baby from infections (like gastrointestinal, acute otitis media, diarrhea and respiratory tract infections) and diseases, both in short term and long term. Breastfeeding provides health benefits for the mum also. Breast milk is available for your baby whenever your baby needs it. Breastfeeding builds a strong emotional bond between you and your baby.
Breastfeeding is a practice that is widely promoted as the best way to care for your baby in the early months and with good reason too. Take a look at why breastfeeding is beneficial in several ways.
First of all, breastfeeding provides a complete mix of nutrition that your baby needs. A proper balance of carbohydrate, protein, and fat that aid the development of your baby, can only be found in breast milk.