Norms of feeding a baby from birth to one year with breastfeeding and artificial feeding
All young mothers are concerned about the same question: is my baby eating enough. Especially if the woman is the first child. Of course, on a subconscious level, we all understand that the instinct of self-preservation will not let the little ones starve, but nevertheless every mother wants the baby to eat well and develop properly. For this you need to know about the norms of nutrition. They differ depending on the type of feeding of the newborn – natural, artificial or mixed, the age of the baby and its weight. Next, consider all the nuances of this important issue.
Features of nutrition of the baby on breastfeeding
Breastfeeding (GV) is a natural continuation of the mother-child relationship that allows the baby to cope with the stress of being born easier. But in a new world, crumbs need to learn everything, including numbers and eat (for this, you need to develop a sucking reflex). So it’s not surprising that the newly mum is experiencing if her baby is full.
Colostrum or the first portions of the mother’s milk is a real treasure trove of nutrients for the baby. Strong health and well-coordinated work of crumb immunity largely depends on the huge amount of vitamins, well-digested proteins and antioxidants contained in the colostrum.
The first feeding is important for the entire subsequent life of a small man