Transition from Breast Milk to Milk Powder

Dr. Cui answered: It is normal for mixed feeding children not to accept bottles. As the child grows up, he starts to choose the feeding method, which shows that his development is normal. Parents should be patient with infants who must continue to add bottles to feed. 1. Mother cannot be present when feeding bottles; 2. Be sure to bottle-feed the child several times in a row to make the child feel hungry before accepting the bottle. If the child refuses the bottle, he will compensate with breast-feeding, which is difficult to make him accept the bottle.

This is what the Chinese Nutrition Society said in its Guidelines for Breastfeeding Infants within 6 months of age. Have you done it?

Ding Ma said In early August 2015, the Chinese Nutrition Society issued the Guidelines for Breastfeeding Infants within 6 Months (hereinafter referred to as the Guidelines), which contain 6 recommended items to encourage mothers and fathers to work hard to do so. Today, Ding Ma will show you what nutrition experts say. First, open milk as soon as possible We all know that breast milk is a good thing and contains rich nutrition, which is beneficial to the development of baby’s digestive function and can also provide immune protection. The guidelines said that the preparation for breast-feeding should start from pregnancy. Specifically, the following four attempts can be made: Decorate the environment more warmly; Adjust the mood to be more Read More …

Why is breast milk better than formula milk?

Although Dr. Clove has stressed countless times that breast milk is a [always imitated and never surpassed] existence to formula milk, we have always stressed that under normal circumstances, those who can breast-feed should not eat formula milk casually. However, people think that fat babies are healthier, breast milk nutrition (formula milk is thicker than breast milk, There are still many people who think breast milk is unnecessary and not as good as formula milk due to misconceptions such as more nutritious) and infant crying signals (believing that breast milk is insufficient when a child cries). These misconceptions not only undermine mothers’ confidence in breast milk, but also cause many babies to fail to realize the various benefits of breast Read More …