What immunity protects a baby who is fed breast milk?

Answer Naturally Passive. Antibodies pass from mother to fetus via placenta, or to infant in her milk.

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What are the Advantages of feeding a baby on breast milk?

Just about everything! Mother's milk is the perfect food. It is always sterile, at the right temperature, is much more nutritious than any substitute, and helps build the baby's immune system and... Read More »

What are the two types of milk the baby receives at the breast?

There are actually 3 types Colostrum Foremilk and Hindmilk. Colostrum is the milk a baby recieves in the first 3-7 days after birth, and is rich in antibodies. Foremilk is high in vitamins and... Read More »

How do I feed a baby cold breast milk?

Plan AheadPlan ahead by estimating when you will feed your baby to allow stored breast milk to warmed in time for feedings.ThawingRun the breast milk storage container (bottle or bag) under warm ta... Read More »

How Much Breast Milk Should a Baby Drink?

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