Breastmilk contains special fatty acids not found in formula that help your baby’s brain to develop and boost brain power.
The fat in breastmilk contains high levels of cholesterol and this may protect your child from high cholesterol levels later in life.
Across Canada, almost 89% of women start breastfeeding. (Statistics Canada, CCHS 2011- 2012).
Breastfeeding should continue for up to two years or more with the introduction of nutrient rich complementary foods from the age of six months.
Breastmilk contains important antibodies that help prevent diseases and infections (e.g., middle ear infections, pneumonia, diarrhea and vomiting, and juvenile diabetes).
Breastfeeding may reduce the risk of your baby developing allergies (if there is a family history of allergies).
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