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Mother's milk will increase all round resistance to the Baby 2

The most amazing aspect of breast milk is that it is actually live. It's not a consistent body fluid such as blood -- it's a secretion of the mammary gland -- and it is constantly changing its composition, dependent, of course, on the interaction with the baby.

Breast milk, which is 90% water, consists of: nutrient proteins, non-protein nitrogen compounds, lipids, oligosaccharides, vitamins, minerals, hormones, enzymes, growth factors, and protective agents. It has 10% solids for energy and growth.
Typical Milk Volume:From birth to 24 hours, colostrum averages about 37 mlFrom 24 to 96 hours, there is a slow rise in volumeDay 5: approximately 500 ml/day3 to 5 months: 750 ml/day6 months: 800 ml/day
Breast-Feeding Best Bet for Babies New parents want to give their babies the very best. When it comes to nutrition, the best first food for babies is breast milk. More than two decades of research have established that breast milk is perfectly suited to nourish infants and protect them …

Mother's milk will increase all round resistance to the Baby 1

I received thousands of e.mails asking me the importance of Mother's milk.  I created this blog to tell scientific facts about Mother's milk.

The God has created animals, birds, creapers, human beings etc....before creating he developed trees, plants etc..which needs to living things.  What ever nutrients, minerals, proteins, vitamins etc..they need is stored in sufficient quantity in Fruits, Vegetables, Grains etc..According to their physical structures every animal, bird, human being has to take from this nature.

Example : Goats eats only leaves ...birds eats only grain, fruits etc..human beings are supposed to eat Fuits, Vegetables, Grains etc...but majority of the  people are eating against to their structure...they are not following their life style, healthy habits, healthy food etc..due to this they are suffering from their first breeth to last breeth with different health problems.

We don't find any animal or bird or any other  suffering from various kinds of healt…

Your life style to give birth to HEALTHY CHILD

Your life style to give birth to Healthy child
The role of  a woman is important to give birth to HEALTHY and BRILLIANT child
When any woman wish to give birth to HEALTHY and BRILLIANT child she should know the importance of 1.  Air  2. Water  3. Healthy food  4. Rest  5. Excrement  6.  Exercise  and 7. Healthy Thoughts or Positive Thinking
1. Air :: We breathe in OXYGEN and breathe out CARBON  DI OXIDE.Importance of OXYGEN : Of all the chemical elements, oxygen is the most vital to the human body .  We would survive for only minutes without oxygen.  Oxygen is the life - giving, life- sustaining element.  Approximately 90% of our body's energy is created by oxygen.  Nearly all of the body's activities, from brain function to elimination, are regulated by oxygen.  The ability to think, feel and act is derived from the energy supplied by oxygen.The way to optimize health is to ensure complete cellular oxygenation.  Each of the body's trillions of cells demands oxygen for prope…

Nutrients required to give birth to HEALTHY CHILD - 4

Minerals Mineral Main Functions
Deficiency Phosphorus 80% of the phosphorus in the body is present as calcium salts in the skeleton.

Calcium Calcium is the main constituent of hydroxyapatite, the principal mineral in bones and teeth. An adequate calcium intake is vital to health, particularly in times of growth, e.g. childhood, adolescence, pregnancy, and also during lactation.
Deficiency of calcium in bones can result from an inadequate supply of vitamin D, which is essential for its absorption. This condition is known as rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. Iron Iron is required for the formation of haemoglobin in red blood cells, which transport oxygen around the body.
A lack of iron leads to lower iron stores in the body and eventually to iron deficiency anaemia. Low iron status is associated with poor physical and mental performance. Iodine Iodine is used to make thyroid hormones, which control many metabolic activities.
Lethargy and swelling of the thyroid…

Nutrients required to give birth to HEALTHY CHILD 3

Water soluble vitamins
Vitamins Main Functions
Deficiency Thiamin (B1) Involved in the release of energy from carbohydrate. It is important for the brain and nerves, which use glucose for their energy needs.
Deficiency leads to beriberi. Alcoholics sometimes develop deficiency. Riboflavin (B2) Involved in energy release, especially from fat and protein.
Deficiency includes changes to the mucous membrane and skin around the mouth and nose. Vitamin B6(Pyridoxine) Involved in the metabolism of protein.
Deficiency may occur as a complication of disease and drug effects. B12 Is necessary for the proper formation of blood cells and functioning of the nervous system.
Deficiency leads to pernicious anaemia. Folate Essential to cell division and in the formation of blood cells. Also involved in homocysteine metabolism. Adequate folate intake prior to conception and in the early stages of pregnancy reduces the risk of neural tube defects in babies.
Deficiency leads to megaloblastic anae…

Nutrients required to give birth to HEALTHY CHILD - 2

Fat soluble vitamins
Vitamins Main Functions
Deficiency A Essential for vision in dim light; necessary for maintenance of mucous membranes; skin and growth.
Reduced night vision; loss of sight through gradual damage to the cornea. Lowered resistance to infection. D Promotes calcium and phosphate absorption from food and is thus essential for bones and teeth.
Failure of bones to grow and calcify leading to rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. E Protects cell membranes from damage by oxidation.
Deficiency may occur in premature infants or due to malabsorption.

Nutrients required to give birth to HEALTHY CHILD 1

vitamins and minerals required to give birth to HEALTHY CHILDThe body requires different amounts of each vitamin and mineral because each has a different function. People have different requirements according to their age, sex, level of activity and state of health. Eggs contain some of most of the recognised vitamins and minerals that help to maintain essential bodily functions. Vitamin D In particular, eggs and specifically egg yolks, are one of the few naturally occurring, significant dietary sources of vitamin D, alongside oily fish, liver and meat.  It is now recognised that vitamin D is not only important for bone health, but has other key roles in modulating immune and neuromuscular function and inflammation . There is a raft of emerging evidence from both animal and epidemiological studies suggesting that vitamin D status may influence cell ageing and that vitamin D is involved in the aetiology of various chronic disorders, including type 1 and type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular di…