World Breastfeeding Week

World Breastfeeding Week

There World Breastfeeding Week 2015 started on Monday October 12 and ended on Sunday October 18.

What is SMAM?

World Breastfeeding Week (SMAM) has been organized since 1992 by the World Breastfeeding Alliance (WABA) since 1992. During this period, all organizations or people can support, protect and encourage breastfeeding. This organization defends a simple principle: that thebreastfeeding is a right of women and children. But also to become aware of the importance of breastfeeding for the development of the child.


Why breastfeed?

First of all, the decision to breastfeed is a personal decision, which only the future mother can take. Beyond nutrition, thefeeding with milk Strengthening the links between the mother and the child, it is a moment of shared complicity.

It is recommended to breastfeed a child over a period of 6 months without any other foods to ensure good development, optimal growth and good health. Breast milk contains antibodies and provides newborns with the nutrients they need to preserve their health.

For the practical side, there is no need upstream, milk is always (or almost) available and at the right temperature. Breast milk is also economical and ecological. It’s a gift from nature.


It's also good for mom!

L'breastfeeding would reduce the risk of breast cancer and certain ovary cancers. It also reduces the risk of osteoporosis. In addition, breastfeeding women would lose the accumulated weight during pregnancy more quickly, and postpartum depression would be less frequent thanks in particular to the hormones of pleasure deployed at the time of feeding.

Breastfeeding would also reduce the risk of hemorrhage after childbirth, the need for insulin of diabetic women, and it would decrease the probabilities of suffering from anemia.

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