Breast feeding: My Baby is not a Cow

All parents know that breast milk is still the best for new born babies until he reaches the age of three. But it seems that not all parents realize this. Cow’s milk is the best for babies, but it is only for baby cows. It is nutritionally incompatible with humans, most of whom are actually allergic to the substance. Cow's milk is a foreign substance that has pervaded every corner of our diets—starting with artificial infant feeds, but finding its way into mother's breast milk through the foods she eats as well. Although so much has been said about the advantages of breast milk over cow’s milk, I still would like to share this simple acronym I saw recently in a local hospital:


est for babies
Reduces the incidence of allergies such as asthma and eczema
Economical and no waste
Antibiotics greater immunity to some infectious deceases
Stool inoffensive and hardly constipated
Temperature always ideal

Fresh milk never goes off
Emotional bonding with mothers
Easy once established
Digest easily within 2 to 3 hours
Immediately available and no mixing required
Nutritionally optimal
Gastroenteritis greatly reduced

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  renee - 21st Century Parenting

February 9, 2008 at 12:29 PM

great acronym!

  Guardian Angel

February 9, 2008 at 1:19 PM

Thanks for appreciating, and thanks to the hospital where I saw it.