Baby Feeding: Guidelines For Parents To Feed Your Infants In All Growth Stages


Baby Feeding: People have to be more concerned about the Baby Feeding process to ensure proper growth and nutrition intake of the infant. Get tips and details about Baby Feeding from breastfeeding tips to yummy recipes for your little one, there's a lot you can read here on baby feeding.

Last Updated: Sep 08, 2021 10:41 GMT

Baby Feeding: Guidelines For Parents To Feed Your Infants In All Growth Stages

Whether you are a pregnant mom or a new mom, if you are looking to learn and understand baby feeding better, you’ve landed on the right page.

Learn about the benefits of breastfeeding, the breastfeeding problems of a new mom, how to prepare for breastfeeding and more. Breastfeeding can provide food and nutrition for your baby’s first six months, without the requirement of any additional source of food. Certain naturally-formed proteins and antibodies present in breast milk cannot be formulated in a laboratory. It means exclusively formula-fed babies will lack these proteins. Breastfeeding is also beneficial for the mother as it eliminates the risks for breasts and ovarian cancer, helps her burn calories, and provides natural contraception among other benefits. Breastfeeding boosts your baby’s immunity, protecting her from infections, common cold and sinus. Breastfeeding also provides a bonding time between the mother and the baby. While the baby feels nurtured and close to the mother, the mother as well gets to calm down and relax during nursing.

Read about baby-led weaning from our articles - the benefits of baby-led weaning, how to read the signs that your baby is ready, how do you begin, what foods should you give and what should be aware of while going for baby-led weaning.

We also have an exclusive guide to baby food - when to start solid foods to your baby, how to get started, the best baby food to start with, recommended baby food for 0-12 months, how much solids to feed your baby and how to read the signs to stop feeding or feed more.