What is breast milk? Why breastfeed the baby?

What is breast milk?  Why breastfeed the baby?

 Breast milk: -

 Shortly after the birth of the baby, the yellowish thick, sticky milk that comes out is called colostrum.  The first 12 hours of milk is called Transitional Milk, the next three days of milk is called Mature Milk and 9/13 days of milk is called shawl milk.

 Remember that even if it is very small but it is enough for a baby, do not give this milk under any circumstances.  Later, as soon as the baby is breastfed, a lot of milk will start coming to the mother's place very quickly through prolactin.  This means that as the baby continues to suckle, the mother's breast milk will continue to increase. This shawl milk will gradually turn into normal milk after 13 days (usually shawl milk for the first three days is very valuable for the baby, as evidenced below).

 Breast milk contains 0.9 protein

 People who have been breastfed from 8 to 2 years of age have an average of 10% higher antibody strength than others (depending on the parent's DNA growth rate, gene taken).

 Colostrum has 2g (0.7 ounces) / 100ml (3.38 ounces) of fat, mature milk has 4 (.01 ounces) -4.5g (.16 ounces) / 100ml  (3.38 ounces) of fat.) Very good as that

 Breast milk helps to increase the digestive power of the baby because it contains Colostrum, a low volume baby food and is rich in all kinds of vitamin and mineral rich ingredients that are easily digested.

 Shawl milk is a fat-soluble low-fat food and easily mixed with all vitamin-rich water.

 Breast milk contains a high potency conium and antioxidants that are especially important in preventing disease.

 Breast milk contains a lot of sodium, potassium, chloride, zinc, caretenoids and high potency immunoglobulins.

 The mother's breast milk contains a special anti-inflammatory mineral that helps the newborn with calcium and zinc to strengthen the bones by providing the new mental stress, various kidney problems, bacterial virus resistance and high potency alpha-lacto albumin amino acids.

 As lactoferrin is produced more from breast milk, it is recognized as a cancer-fighting ingredient in the muscles of the mother's placenta (lactoferrin is found in abundance).

 Breast milk contains beta-lacto globulin, which is more potent than other milk and is a mixture of antigenic and central nervous system (CNS) stimulants.

 Breast milk fatty acids (including DHA and AAiron transfer agent), lactose, hormones, and other body-enhancing minerals improve brain psychomotor management very quickly, so in the near future the baby will suffer less from rheumatic pains.  Because breast milk is completely natural sterilized with fatty acids, why not produce phospholipids (especially cholesterol)

 The lactose sugar in breast milk has recently been found to be completely pure galactose, fructose, and oligosaccharides, which increase the body's calcium and iron levels by 40% more than normal milk and 31% more energy.

 Colostrums Milk contains more vitamin K in the first instance and twice as much vitamin A as normal milk.

 Vitamin E has also recently been found in breast milk

 The vitamin D in breast milk can be absorbed by the whole body in just 10 minutes whereas natural vitamin D takes a few hours.

 Lactose in breast milk regulates Lactobacillus bifida in infants and regulates the baby's digestive system.

 The polyunsaturated fatty acids (DHA and AA) in breast milk are highly censored by the brain, eyes, and nerves.

 Breast milk contains fluorine, selenium, chromium, magnesium, molybdenum, nickel and all kinds of newly discovered minerals.

 Breast milk has a much higher ability to divide macrophages, lymphocytes, neutrophils, and other cells, so a breastfed baby has 20% more antibodies than a normal baby.

 There are many other mysteries, including all the components of breast milk growth hormone (including epidermal growth fact (EGF) and nerve growth factor (NGF) are under study).

 Breast milk contains a large amount of anti-E. coli and fungi and then produces SigA from the mother's memory gland.

 Breast milk contains more mucin, so it is twice as effective as normal milk (direct protective agents, anti-oxidants, and enzymes) or epidermal growth.

 That is to say, tests and research have shown that the milk of a healthy mother is very beneficial for a child and according to the latest data, it has been proved that a child grows up on his mother's breast milk and that child is 20% more passionate and responsible towards his mother.  , Than babies raised without breast milk.  Another study showed that breastfed babies have a 10% higher immune system and memory capacity.

 What are the chemical compositions in breast milk: -

 Protein: -

 Protein (g / 100 ml) calculated - casein casein 0.4% + lactal bro lactalbumin 0.3%, lactoferrin lactoferrin (apo-lactoferrin) 0.2% + IgA 0.1% + IgG 0.001% + isosyme lysozyme 0.05% + serum albumin serum albumin%  + B lactoglobulin ß-lactoglobulin etc. -

 Sugars or energy: -

 Carbohydrate (g / 100 ml) হিস- Lactose lactose 7% + oligosaccharides 0.5% + Minerals (g / 100 ml) Car- Calcium calcium 0.03% + Phosphorus phosphorus 0.014% + Sodium sodium 0.015% + Potassium 0.055% +  Chlorine chlorine 0.043% etc.

 Apart from this and everything else: -

 Zinc, Copper, Iron (300g 300), Vitamin A (IU 2230), Vitamin D (IU 22 24), Vitamin E (IU 2.3), Vitamin K (ug 2.1), Thiamine (vitamin B,), ug 210, Riboflavin  (vitamin B2), μg 350, pyridoxine (vitamin B6), ug 93, nisin mg 1.5, biotin ug 4, pentanic acid mg 1.8, vitamin b12 ug 1 4, ascorbic acid mg 40

 Breast milk contains antibacterial ingredients: - Secretory secretory IgA, IgM, IgG - lactoferrin lactoferrin, ischemia lysozyme, leukocyte leukocytes, bifidus factor, lipids and fatty acids, antiviral mucin (GFs), antiviral mucin (GF)  Insulin (IGF), taurine, polyamines, cytokines and anti-inflammatory factor, tumor necrosis factor, interleukins, interferon-G, A1 antisymotrypsin, A1 antirepin, erythromycin, stimulator,  ACTH, oxytocin, calcitonin, parathyroid hormone, erythroprotein, kabalamin, thyroxine,

 Anti-virus: - Anti-virus (e.g., HIV), trypsin, aflatoxin, toxin fatty acids, nicotine, coffin, d-sleep peptides, radioisotopes, DNA, RNA etc.

 The other benefits of breast milk for mother are:

 Oxytocin secreted by the pituitary gland compresses the uterus as soon as the baby is breastfed at birth, stops the bleeding and helps the uterine placenta to move very quickly.  Frequent breastfeeding delays the resumption of menstruation and delays subsequent pregnancies.  (If 6 months and 13 days after delivery the child does not have menstruation again and the probability of pregnancy is 18%, then it should not be relied upon).  Postpartum depression is reduced and emotions are increased - the risk of ovarian and colon cancer is reduced by 40%.

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