Babies start requiring non-milk food in their diets at six months old, but they don’t develop the molars they need to chew most foods until age 18 to 24 months.
Filipino mothers who have been influenced by print or broadcast media advertisement and suggestions by their doctors to use infant formula milk, they likely end up to use those products for their babies.
According to a study, breastfeeding may offer broad protection against breast cancer that extends to women who delay having children.
There’s a lot of amazing information about breast milk that mothers don’t know. Breast milk has been considered as a living biological fluid that contains nutrients proportionate to your baby’s needs. What is best about it, is that it changes with the baby’s dietary requirement as he grows.