LACTOGEN 1 Infant Milk Formula 1800g in Bangladesh
As the mother of a child who was exclusively milk formula-fed since I was unable to nurse, I researched the matter and asked countless pediatricians/any doctor who came my way the same question.
According to recent studies, there isn’t much of a difference in the nutritious values of formula and breastmilk. They are nearly identical. The only difference is that the kid receives antibodies from the mother while being breastfed. That instance, if the mother has had a sickness in the past and has been treated, the antibodies for that illness will be passed on to the child.
Now I am a firm believer in immunizations because if my child could not obtain antibodies from me, vaccinations provide her with the potential to fight infections. She hasn’t gotten ill as frequently as a youngster who has only been breastfed (the occasional flu and tummy upsets are about it, which started now since she goes to school).
Some individuals believe that breast feeding fosters affection, but I am not convinced. The affection comes from taking care of your child’s needs, showing your love for them, and making sure they are safe and secure at all times. When you become a parent, you tend to do that naturally (at least for most people).
If you are able, please nurse. If you aren’t, don’t beat yourself up about it; simply switch to formula.