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What's the Difference Between Formula and Breast Milk?

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Being pregnant is both exhausting and exhilarating, especially when you know you are going to give birth to the new baby of your dreams. Everything seems so much smaller and easier when you have your baby resting comfortably inside your womb. When you let out those beautiful teardrops and first signs of milk flowing from your breasts, everything just seems to go together so perfectly. All that matters is that you can be there with your baby, and everything will turn out just the way you want it to.

 

It's important to remember that your breasts are made up of milk ducts just like your nipples, and just like the baby inside you, they need to get plenty of milk and warmth to be able to grow strong and healthy. When you're holding your baby in your arms and your hands are full of milk, you feel connected to each other in a special way that nothing else can. Breast milk has the most nutritional value of any milk that can be produced by a human lactation process, so don't limit yourself. Milk is an essential part of being a mother and having your supply of it should always be full and rich.

 

One option you may consider is formula. Most formulas are not suited for nursing babies and usually contain too much soy or other unnatural components. Not only does this limit your choices as a mother, but these types of formulas can be harmful to your developing baby. Breast milk has been shown to provide the exact proteins, fats and carbohydrates that babies need to grow strong, and is the only milk that your baby should drink. There is no substitute for the benefits of breast milk.

 

Some people believe that cow's milk has more vitamin A than that of baby formula. Breast milk is fortified with the necessary vitamins and minerals that help your baby to develop normally. Many mothers are amazed to learn that they don't need a Vitamin A supplement, since they are getting everything they need from the breast milk they give to their babies. There is no reason to compromise the health of your baby with a bottle of formula.

 

Breast milk also contains antibodies that are needed to protect your newborn from infection. Your body will develop antibodies when your baby is born, but some of them remain from past infections. If you don't want your child to develop an allergy to formula, or if you have had recent exposure to a disease that might have caused an allergy, breast milk is an ideal choice. It is also very easy and convenient for new moms to feed their babies as often as they like, without worrying about making a mistake or ruining the quality.

 

Finally, many women choose to combine breast milk with formula for convenience. If you combine the two, the mother is not limited to only one type of food. formula can often be messy and time-consuming, especially for a first-time mother. In addition, the baby may not like certain foods, which means a feeding trial and error process. With milk, there are no trial and error, and your baby will be eating the exact same things all the time.

 

While the initial cost of using formula might be higher than breast milk, you may find that the cost savings soon make up for it. Over time, you will likely save so much money on formula that it will be more than enough to make up for the additional expense of breast milk. In the end, it's your decision - formula or breast milk.