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Friday, February 15, 2013

Are you Fully Breastfeeding Your Child? 

When you gave birth to your child, the most important moment is the skin to skin contact between you and your child. This bonding creates a really special relationship. Breastfeeding can then be started as the baby will slowly find the mother's nipple to suckle and feel secure. 

The best thing about breastfeeding is that it's cheap, easy once you get the hang of it and very nutritious to your baby. It does not only benefit your baby, it also can benefit you in several ways. 

Advantages to your baby:

  1. Ideal nutrition as it provides the perfect mix of vitamin, protein, and fat. 
  2. Easily digested than infant formula milk. 
  3. Contains antibodies that helps you baby fight the bacteria and viruses.
  4. Reduce baby's risk of having allergies or asthma.
  5. If you breastfeed your baby exclusively meaning for 6 months, you can avoid, ear infections, respiratory illness and diarrhoea. 
  6. Gives higher IQ's in later childhood .
  7. Helps your baby to gain the right amount of weight. 
  8. Some research says it reduces the risk of having diabetes, obesity and certain cancer. 

Advantages to the mother: 

  1. Burns calories, helps to lose weight faster.
  2. Releases the hormone oxytocin which reduces the size of the uterus and reduce the risk of uterine bleeding after birth. 
  3. Lowers risk of breast and ovarian cancer. 
  4. Lowers risk of osteoporosis.
  5. Less money and less time.
  6. Increases the bond between baby and mother. 

Even though it sounds simple to breastfeed and it should be a natural thing, sometimes there are problems that arise. These are the most common problems that I found working in a clinic. 

  • Not enough breastmilk
  • engorged breast
  • sore nipples
  • wrong technique in breastfeeding

Proper Technique in Breastfeeding:

When problems arise, we have to find out where it went wrong?
Improper positioning results in breast engorgement and not enough breast milk is given to the baby. 

Shaklee can provide the answer to your problems:

1) Lecithin 

Choline is a component of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which is involved in the transmission of messages in the brain and nervous system. Soy lecithin is the primary source of choline. 

Shaklee Lecithin is naturally sourced from soybeans. Each softgel provides 530mg of lecithin.

No artificial flavours, sweeteners, colours, or preservatives added.

Lecithin is good for breast engorgement is that it thins the milk so that the milk ducts are not plugged. 
Other functions of lecithin are that it is a good immune booster and lowers cholesterol level. It is also good for reducing weight.

2) Energizing Soy Protein

Non-GMO Protein, Complete With All Essential Amino Acids.

Shaklee ESP powder is a good source of soy protein.  ESP provides 14 grams of high quality non-GMO soy protein with all the amino acids, including the nine essential amino acids your body needs for protein synthesis.  Unlike protein from meat, eggs and dairy, ESP is naturally low in fat.  It is also lactose and cholesterol free.

�    Provides sustained energy and helps ward off hunger because it provides a constant source of energy.
�    Soy protein helps to reduce cholesterol.
�    Contains five essential B vitamins, half the Daily Value for calcium, and soy isoflavones. Studies have shown that soy helps regulate hormonal balance during the transitional period of menopause.*
�    This non-GMO soy protein is produced under an Identity Preservation Program (IPP), which means that the soybeans are tightly monitored and controlled from planting through processing.

So, If you are looking for any health supplement that can help in reducing you breast engorment pain, reduce your baby fat after giving birth and produce a lot of breast milk for your baby, Shaklee can help you. ; ) Plus, It is also safe for your baby (most important factor) 

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