Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I don't have enough breast milk to feed my baby. So should I can use nandini packet milk
The best way to increase breast milk is by feeding ur more and more dis induces a harmone that a!triggers more supply of milk. Your phscology also plays a very important role. If u start feeling stressed or start thinking the milk reduces. Be positive and happy. The milk supply will increase. U can also eat methi leaves or seeds. Dil leaves or seeds. Oats or sooji kheer lots of ghee and diary products. U can also use breast pump to stimulate more. But best way is to feed ur baby sorry for repeating dis point cos it is the best Avoid gassy food like cabbage lots of dals. Use
A mixture of cumin and fennel seeds with ghee 2 to 3 times a day. Ghee works best for increasing milk.
Cows milk is best to be given to the baby only after one year as the baby cannot digest the complex proteins and minerals in the cows milk. This can lead to loose motions or indigestion. Some times babies also get allergic to cow s milk. So please use cows milk or dairy products after the baby s one year old. The baby can suffer from low hemoglobin as the cows milk contains very less iron.
Question: My baby is 14 months old i gave him a formula milk frm now can i give him a Nandini packet milk
Answer: Yes dear
From 1 yr u can start giving ur baby nandini packet milk as i too started giving nandini milk to my baby from 1 yr. Firstly, u should start giving in small amount to check whether baby is able to digest it or not and then u can slowly increase the quantity of milk.
Question: Hlo my baby z 38 days only can i feed him cow milk
Answer: Paediatricians and WHO also do not advise cow's or buffalo's milk feeding to children below 1 year of age until no other option is available. Most mothers are unaware of the complications of introduction of cow's or buffalo's milk in infancy. cow's or buffalo's milk has an unbalanced nutrient composition making it unfit for baby's consumption till 1 year of age. Many studies have reported that consumption of cow's milk at an early age does not have much benefits and may lead to iron deficiency as it is a poor source of iron. The cow's milk is high in protein and sodium whereas baby requires less. It contains urea which is not good for infant's health. Also, the trace elements and anti-bodies are absent in cow's or buffalo's milk.