Baby/Kids Health

The Importance Of Breast Milk In A Child’s Life

Many modern parents disregard the importance of breast milk and will usually turn to formula from the day the child is born because they are too busy with their own lives to dedicate the time and effort to breast feeding. It is indeed true that breast feeding is not easy. It is a messy business that requires the mothers undivided time for a few months and it hurts and causes many complication but, it is still the best and the only food that your baby should be having. This is why people need to put more thought in to giving birth to a child because it is no secret that having a child is a lot of work and it is often one of the most difficult things that you will have to do in your lifetime.

Getting advice from professionals

The reason that many mothers in this day and age do not realize these simple facts is because the airy industry invests billions in to brain washing people in to thinking that cow’s milk was indeed created for humans and although simple common sense will tell us otherwise, all of this constant brain washing prevents people from being able to think for themselves. If you find that you are unable to breast feed, you will want to consult with a professional who can give SOS feeding therapy but keep in mind that even these people have been paid off by the dairy industry and they too might advise you to simply switch to formula instead of teaching you the right way of feeding.

If you do research online about baby consulting services, you might be surprised to find that much of their research is funded by the dairy industry itself and that their salaries are paid by the dairy industry and therefore, while they are supposed to teach people how to breast feed, they advise otherwise. Therefore, it is best that you do a lot of research in to the subject before you seek advice from the expert. Having a baby means you will not be able to go to work if you are going to also take care of your child correctly because a baby requires your attention nonstop for twenty four hours for the first few months of his or her life. The breast milk that you give your child in those first few months will determine your child’s future and an illness that a child gets much later on in life could be prevented by the use of breast milk.