Breast feeding

In the first few months after birth, babies could gety infection easily due to their immature immune system. Breast milk, especially colostrum, contains natural antibodies, living immune cells, enzymes, etc. that boast babies' immunity and reduce their chance of having diarrhea, chest infection and other different kinds of diseases requiring hospitalization.

Breastmilk is a living substance. Mothers are able to produce breast milk with varied combinations of nutrients including DHA, Taurine etc. tat are biologically specific to meet their Babbie's needs a different stages of growth. Breast milk helps babies in the development of different parts of their body such as brain, the eyes and digestive system. Besides, breastmilk also contain special enzymes that help babies digest adn absorb nutrients.