Breastfeeding with pierced, flat or inverted nipples
The shape and size of the nipples in different women can vary greatly. Our practical tips will help you facilitate breastfeeding, no matter what your nipples are. In most women,…

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Breast milk production: how it works
Your body is able to produce breast milk in accordance with the needs of the baby at each stage of its development. Understanding how milk production “turns on”, what happens…

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10 months: learning to walk
The baby can already confidently sit and sit on its own. Able to get up at the support, walk along it and even let go of his hand and stand…

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Expressing at work: tips and tricks for moms

Even if you have secured the support of your superiors, expressing breast milk at the workplace may cause some concern. How will your colleagues relate to your frequent breaks? Will you have the opportunity to retire? But do not worry: if everything is well planned and coordinated, pumping at work will not cause any problems for you, the employer or the baby.

We offer ten top tips for pumping at work.

1. Know your rights
In many countries, the law provides you with the right to express breast milk at work, and your employer Continue reading

What is transitional milk?

A newborn changes literally every day, and the same can be said about breast milk. With the advent of milk, the breast can increase to an impressive size, and changes occur not only outside but also inside. During the first week, the milk-producing cells and the connections between them are rearranged and prepare the breast for the upcoming feeding. From that moment until about the end of the second week they will produce the so-called transitional milk.

“After the placenta is released, the level of progesterone, the hormone of pregnancy, begins to decline rapidly,” explains Professor Peter Hartmann of the University of Western Australia, a leading specialist in the study of the composition of breast milk. “As the level of progesterone decreases, milk synthesis Continue reading

Why is colostrum so important?

Colostrum – the first milk that is produced at the beginning of breastfeeding – is the ideal nutrition for a newborn. It is very concentrated and rich in proteins and nutrients, so even in small quantities it saturates the tiny tummy of the newborn for a long time. Colostrum is low in fat and easy to digest, but at the same time it gives the baby all the essential components for an optimal development start. And that, perhaps most importantly, it plays a decisive role in the formation of the baby’s immune system.

Colostrum looks thicker and yellower than mature milk. Its composition also differs in accordance with the special needs of the newborn. Continue reading

5 months: change the mode of the day
Many children by this age already show an active interest in food. This is a normal formation of nutritional interest, but it does not mean that it is time for…

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Feeding a baby with expressed milk: answers to questions
When can I begin to feed my baby with expressed milk? If your baby is healthy and breastfeeding is good, there is no need to give him expressed milk. The…

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Double pumping: more milk in less time
Do you know that double decantation is much faster and more convenient than single decantation? Double pumping is probably the most effective way to provide your baby with breast milk…

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What is transitional milk?
A newborn changes literally every day, and the same can be said about breast milk. With the advent of milk, the breast can increase to an impressive size, and changes…

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