The Importance of Breastfeeding
Give your baby the best possible chance for optimal growth and development
New mothers sometimes have difficulty producing milk for their babies and as a result choose formula as a substitute. One of the most important first decisions a new mother can ever make is to choose to breastfeed her baby. No food other than breast milk even comes close to providing a baby with the crucial nutrients in the perfect ratios that are needed for its optimal development, especially of the nervous and immune systems. If at all possible, formula should be avoided, particularly the soy variety because of the anti-nutrients and toxins soy contains such as: phytates that bind to minerals like calcium and prevent their absorption, trypsin inhibitors which prevent protein absorption and cause stunted growth, goitrogens that block synthesis of thyroid hormones, phyto-estrogens which prevent natural estrogen absorption and forced early puberty in girls while causing significant genital malformations in boys, MSG, a powerful neurotoxin, that forms as a result of the processing as well as high levels of aluminum. It’s also important to know that nearly 95% of all soy in the U.S. is genetically modified and heavily sprayed with the neurotoxin herbicide, glyphosate (RoundUp).
If you’re having trouble producing breast milk, consider Healing Milk Flow, a proprietary tincture blend specifically formulated by Dr. Sadeghi to stimulate milk production. Optimally balanced and powerfully effective, active ingredients include: Rubus idaeus (raspberry), Carduus marianus (milk thistle), Medicago sativa (alfalfa), Humulus lulupus (hops) and Foeniculum volgare (fennel) oil. Give your baby the best possible chance for optimal growth and development by choosing to breastfeed and utilizing Healing Milk Flow. If other extenuating circumstances exist that prevent breastfeeding, please consult Dr. Sadeghi before choosing commercial baby formula. There are also two excellent natural baby formula recipes to be found at the Weston A. Price Foundation website. One is milk-based, while the other is non-dairy hypoallergenic.
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