Colostrum is the first milk that a woman’s breast produces. Colostrum is low in fat, high in carbohydrates, and protein. It is also high in antibodies and contains live cells that destroy bacteria and other substances that may be harmful to your ... ... middle of paper ... ...breastfeeding, we will now talk about what type of benefits it has for the mother. Very few people are unaware of the benefits of breastfeeding for babies, but the many benefits to the mother are often overlooked or even unknown. We all know once a mother has her child, she is just dying to get back to her pre baby body!
Breast feeding in Public Do your child a favor and feed them breast milk, but do the people a favor and stop doing it in public. Breast feeding is making a comeback in the 21st century. American views, customs, and beliefs have changed a lot in the last 100 years making it harder for breast feeding mothers, especially in public. Women should side step breast feeding in public; there are many reasons why breast feeding should not be done in public. After World War II, breast feeding became known as something for poorer people to take up or people in developing countries and infant formula was used by the wealthy because it was very costly.
Breastfeeding is the most natural way a mother can provide nutrients to her child for healthy start in their development. On a daily basis breastfeeding mothers are asked to remove themselves from public spaces because society believes that this instinctive occurrence is indecent exposure! Women have every right to breastfeed their children wherever they see fit because it is not illegal, it sets an example of motherhood to younger generations and social marketing does more harm than a nursing mother. Society ought to show compassion to mothers who breastfeed in public rather than humiliate them for doing what is natural. This essay will discuss the vitality of breastfeeding in public along with the trials and tribulations mothers face while doing so.
Females should not do that because it is just a scientific fact that affected not all individuals in the same way. Nutrition and breastfeeding are essential parts of the nursing mother. It is essential because without it we would have a world with sick, underdeveloped, malnutritioned, and untrusting individuals. Fortunately breastfeeding gets rid of all these extremities. Feeding from the breast is something that protects not only the mother, but the baby too.
In todays society there are so many books and online sources that can be found on the “how-to” of raising a child. The question is though, which one of the sources should be trusted enough to follow through and to implement techniques on children. For one of the most important decisions that a mother and family can make is the option of breast milk or formula. In a growing society where mothers are given dirty looks for nursing in public, or media outlets rage in disapproval to mothers that share nursing stories, it almost seems crazy not to pick up a bottle and feed a child. Our society has made formula feeding a “norm” and had turned its back to mothers that ponder the choice of breast-feeding.
Other topics are infant feeding in emergency and in the context of HIV, contaminants in babyfood and sponsorship issues. 1.1 IBFAN VISION The purpose of IBFAN is to enable best for children and mothers by promoting, protecting and support breastfeeding. Support means technical and planning support. 1.2 IBFAN MISSION IBFAN want to support Governments and civil societys by getting tools and information about supporting breastfeeding. It is important that governments know how to avoid missleading propaganda which baby food corporations do.
Twenty-eight states exempt breastfeeding from public indecency laws. Twenty-four states have laws related to breast... ... middle of paper ... ... they have received from sources around them. They are aware of the controversy, but most are not brave enough to make the best choice for not only them but their new miracle as well. This will affect the minds of our future generations by not giving them the best nutrients when it is readily available by nature. Also, society is punishing mothers as well by oppressing them into not having a choice for their infants.
Introducing Liberty in Feeding Babies: No Stigma Attached After eighteen years of failed in vitro fertilization trials1 and ineffective fertility drugs, my aunt had built up a wall against the taunts of a society that measures individual success based on one’s ability to reproduce. When my aunt did give birth to a healthy baby boy, she was forced to battle a new wave of criticism. She had difficulty producing an adequate amount of breast milk and soon after her delivery, she came down with the flu. Worried that she might get the baby sick, my aunt decided not to breast feed until she was better. Unfortunately, taking a break meant she lost her ability to breast feed completely.
Any woman who does not breastfeed is actually looked down upon (“Breastfeeding and the law”). Unfortunately, some people in the United States feel differently. There are some individuals in America that feel as though if women are going to breastfeed, it should be somewhere private, such as a restroom. People do not eat in restrooms, so why should an innocent baby have... ... middle of paper ... ... the end all that matters is that the happy, healthy, bundle of joy is getting the adequate amount of nutrition from the best source out there, his/her mother. Works Cited "Breastfeeding in public around the world."
When asked why they would not breast feed, some moms mentioned they are too scared it will hurt; some said they can’t, and others just have no interest because they were never educated. There are many benefits to breast feeding that some moms didn’t even know could be possible. Many moms have found that they are able to lose the baby weight quicker by breast feeding. Studies have shown that breast feeding can help reduce the chance of ovarian and breast cancer. Also with feeding you are preventing type 2 diabetes and lesson your chances of postpartum depression.