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The Better Way to Breastfeed - 2ndEdition

29th June 2010

The Latest, Most Effective Ways to Feed and Nurture Your Baby with Comfort and Ease.  The first, practical book to show mothers how-to breast feed Step-by-step guidance in clear photographs and written instructions.  Answers each and every question parents may ask on this subject.  Supported by the la Leche league UK Breast is Best is the often quoted saying in support of breast feeding, and the weight of evidence show this is better for a child's development: breast-fed children have fewer illnesses, higher IQ's, perform better and school and work, and make friends easier, are better at sports. But most nursing mothers often struggle with the challenges associated with breast-feeding successfully the outright pain, how to hold a baby properly, the diet to eat, the times to feed your child and within six months many have gone to bottle-feeding instead. This book gives mothers the practical guidance and instruction they need to ensure a healthy, positive experience for themselves and their children, alongside authoritative instruction and answers to questions that may be asked: how do I cope with the pain? (savoy cabbage leaves on your nipples sooth this), My breasts are a different shape to other women s , does this matter? (no), how do I hold my baby, and how do I burp him or her? Should I use a milk pump and store breast milk in the fridge.....so give your child the best start in life and go with Breast is best fully informed!

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Date Added: 29th Jun 2010

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