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The key to successful breastfeeding starts with your baby being able to properly latch on to your breast. You have to make her comfortable to ensure...

In just nine short months, your body nourishes and grows a foetus into a baby. Then, it produces food for your new baby. It’s important to kn...

Breastfeeding requires approximately 500– 600 kcal more each day compared to the period when are not breastfeeding. Fluid requirements also increase for a...

Breastfeeding has benefits for both, you and your baby. Not only does it provide your baby with the most nutritionally complete food possible, but it’s al...

There may be situations in a mother’s life when you face unusual conditions of breastfeeding. With support and guidance, many mothers are able to nurse th...

There are many reasons why your baby may suddenly lose interest in breastfeeding. This is quite a common situation in every mother’s life. Here ar...

Hours after birth, babies can make faces when they experience sweet, bitter and sour tastes. Most newborns will relax their faces and react favourably to a tast...

For weeks you and your baby have been wrapped in a cozy cocoon of togetherness. Eventually though you may need a little time apart. If you have chosen to breast...

It has been a few months since your baby arrived in your life.And what a time this has been. It’s time to say hello to complementary food. H...

Weaning means slowly introducing solid foods in your baby’s diet until she is eating the same foods as the rest of your family. You shoul...


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