Why is Breast Milk Important?

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization recommend feeding babies breast milk for 6 months or longer due to its wealth of health benefits for early and long-term development.


Vitamins & Minerals

Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, K, Riboflavin, Niacin, & more


Proteins

Essential building blocks for growth and development


Prebiotics

Healthy gut bacteria growth, immunity support


Carbohydrates

Benefits gut microbiota, aids calcium absorption


Fats

Development of brain, eyes, and nervous system


Quick Cooling


It is beneficial to cool breast milk as quickly as possible, so that the immunological properties inside go towards baby’s nutrition rather than fighting bacterial growth.


Safe & Even Warming


Speed up prep time without exposing breast milk to nutrient damaging temperatures.

From the Experts

Rallie McAllister, MD MPH
Preserve Precious Breastmilk

Breastmilk has been aptly named ‘liquid gold’ by mothers everywhere, find out what you can do it protect every last drop.


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Michelle Davis-Dash, MD
Unconfusing Nipple Confusion

Switching from breast to bottle-feeding can be challenging, but follow these essential tips, and you can make the transition a seamless one.


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