Many benefits come with breastfeeding, but it's not going to determine what happens to your child's cognitive development in the long-term.

Breastfeeding a child gives him/her a healthy start in life, thus a foundation is laid in the child’s life for a future that will be both prosperous and healthy. Not only does a child benefit from breastfeeding, but the mother also benefits.

Breastfeeding is one of the most effective ways to ensure a positive effect on maternal and child health and wellbeing. It is a free, natural, and sustainable source of nutrition and sustenance for the baby.
You are probably familiar with the “breast is best” motto and have already met with the lactation consultant. The topic of breastfeeding can sound intimidating and can cause anxiety, but it shouldn’t.
Before I became pregnant, I didn't know a lot about pregnancy, and I knew even less about breastfeeding. However, when I did find out I was pregnant, I immediately knew I wanted to breastfeed.
While no two babies or mothers are alike, the breastfeeding journey is filled with love, emotions, and at times, challenges. As the baby grows, there are changes in breastfeeding patterns and preferences.
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