Archive for December 22nd, 2010
Breast milk is an essential product for a newborn to the extent that this product contains vitamins and minerals (including iron) necessary for growth, and that until the age of one year. From there, feeding the baby should vary somewhat, since the physiological and nutritional needs of children are no longer satisfied merely by breast milk.
It is high time to introduce cow’s milk. This type of milk is well suited to a growing baby, as it is very rich in calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, protein, and vitamins A, D and B12. Read the rest of this entry »