Search Results: 'Breastfeeding'
So many women in my family and close circle of friends seem to have very little true knowledge about the breast feeding process. Their decision to breastfeed or bottle feed seems to have been based... More > on myth and misinformation. There seems to be a great deal of fear and anxiety involved in this final choice.
Should I breastfeed?
Or should I bottle feed?
In this Book, I am going to give you some sound medical research on which to base your decision. We will discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages to breastfeeding. With knowledge comes power, and my hope is that by learning some solid information about the breastfeeding process, some of the fear and intimidation will be eliminated.
Breastfeeding is Mother Nature's way of providing the perfect form of nutrition that is needed in a newborn's first months of development. It is a very intimate experience between mother and child that can never be duplicated.< Less
Breastfeeding For Beginners
Probably the best and most complete guide to breast feeding your newborn baby for new mothers.
Twelve Breastfeeding Goddesses
Twelve Breastfeeding Goddesses is a little picture book for nursing moms and anyone who supports and appreciates the beauty breastfeeding. Happy breastfeeding!
Breastfeeding: From Dreading It to Loving It
A book on breastfeeding based on research and personal experience, written with the aim of helping new mothers. It provides useful information and practical tips about the reality of breastfeeding,... More > how to overcome the initial difficulties, and how to view it as a most wonderful part of the mother and baby relationship.< Less
The Real Mothers Guide to Breastfeeding
This book is a MUST for any pregnant mother wondering whether to breastfeed or not. It's also a useful guide to any mother new to breastfeeding, giving advice on how to successfully overcome any... More > unforeseen hurdles.
It's is a concise and informative guide as to what breastfeeding is really like. The author has used her own experiences with two very different babies, in conjunction with backed-up medical research, recommended support and further reading.< Less
Breast feeding is undeniably the healthiest option for your baby. Despite all of the emotional and physical health benefits that come with breast feeding, there is no denying that it can at times be... More > a challenge. Learning about various techniques and breast feeding positions may be all it takes for you to successfully breastfeed your baby. By learning exactly what will be expected of you as a nursing mother, you can start off on the right foot and make the breast feeding process more enjoyable for both you and your baby.< Less
A Complete Guide To Breastfeeding
Everything you need to know about breastfeeding, from is it right for you to weaning your child. Includes optional ways to get further parenting E-Books.
Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing
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In the ecology of natural mothering, mother and baby help each other. Mothers who adopt this natural pattern of breastfeeding enjoy 14 to 15 months of having no periods, on the average, and have a... More > special relationship with their babies. Counter to the culture, mothers take their babies almost everywhere. The author deals with this sympathetically, and thus many moms have said that this book truly liberated them to follow their maternal instincts.< Less
Breastfeeding Made Easy For Moms: Breastfeeding Guide For Healthy Kids
Breastfeeding is one of the prevalent topics in the world nowadays as more and more groups and individuals are lobbying that mothers do it for at least six months or more.
A number of studies have... More > been done and the results published in support of the theory. They all basically say the same thing, that breastfeeding is not only beneficial for the baby but beneficial for mothers as well.
This book serves as a guide to not only show the benefits associated with breastfeeding but also serves to give some tips on how breastfeeding can easily be carried out.
A lot of mothers that breastfeed find that they are not as stressed when they choose to breastfeed and that they develop a stronger bond with the baby.
In the long run, the baby will also benefit from his mothers breast milk, getting the necessary nutrients and antibodies need for them to thrive and grow.< Less