The World Health Organization (WHO), which focuses on public health globally, is actively promoting breastfeeding as the best source of infant and young child nutrition. Read on for the recommendations.
The World Health Organization strongly recommends breastfeeding for the first six months after birth. In the sixth month, the milk must be supplemented with other foods. Certification of breastfeeding until two years old is recommended. In addition, breastfeeding must begin one hour after birth and should be “on request”, depending on the baby’s need during the day and night. Avoid giving the child a bottle of milk or a pacifier, as natural milk is the only food for your child. It contains everything your child needs during the first six months after his birth and helps establish a strong relationship between the mother and the child, both physically and emotionally.
قارني بين وزن طفلكِ ووزن الأطفال في نفس العمر
فريقنا من الخبيرات مستعد للإجابة على جميع استفساراتك ومساعدتك في رحلتك من الحمل حتى الأمومة. لمزيد من المعلومات والنصائح يرجى التواصل معنا من 9 صباحاً حتى 6 مساءً من السبت للخميس.