Did you know that according to a number of surveys, parents tend to decide the type of food for their baby before it is born? There is no need to rush. Information is available here about the different options available for feeding your baby along with their advantages, benefits and inconveniences.
All international bodies involved in health and food matters, especially the World Health Organization (WHO), recommend breast milk as the ideal food for infants. This is due to the special aspects of its composition that address nutritional requirements and also provide additional components that are beneficial for the baby's growth and the maturation of its immune system.
In fact, the WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months. If you have any questions or would like information about other alternatives, please consult the baby's future pediatrician for advice on the matter. Choosing between breastfeeding and infant formula is one of the first decisions to be made. It should always be approached as a pleasant activity, a sign of affection and the primary care for the infant during its first stage of life.
Regardless of the method you choose for feeding your child after delivery, keep in mind a few important aspects: