The World Health Organisation recommends that infants be exclusively breast fed until around six months of age and continue with breast feeding until at least 2 years. Breast milk has developed over millions of years and has the correct balance of nutrients and many unique factors, such as hormones, enzymes, antibodies and immune stimulators. That is why; we at Nutricia believe that every baby deserves the best possible nutrition, which is why we recognise that breast milk is best.
The information in this website should never replace the advice you receive from a qualified healthcare professional. Choosing how to feed your baby is an important decision, which is why professional advice should be followed before using an infant formula.
Eating a balanced, healthy and nutritious diet is important for you when breastfeeding.
It is important to note that partial breastfeeding can reduce breast milk supply.
Because the proper use of an infant formula is important for the health of your baby, infant milk formula should be used and prepared as directed. The cost and social implications of choosing how to feed your baby should be considered when selecting a feeding method.
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