Experts offer solution to support breastfeeding mothers
Research has proven that babies who are breastfed exclusively for the first six months, without any formula, have fewer ear infections, respiratory illnesses, and bouts of diarrhea.
It is against this backdrop that The Milk Booster, an innovative breastfeeding firm focused on solving insufficient milk supply for breastfeeding mothers, has introduced variant ingredients that helps breastfeeding mothers lactate adequately to provide sufficient breast milk for their babies.
Speaking at the press conference in Lagos, Chinny Obinwanne, a medical expert, explained that ingredients are tailored to support the needs of mothers across the country, especially by providing specific solutions.
According to Obinwanne, research has shown that up to 92 percent of new mothers experience some difficulty in breastfeeding, with low milk supply indicated as the most distressing concern for most. The medical expert stated that the intent of the ingredients introduction is to help thousands of nursing mothers achieve their breastfeeding goals, adding that the ingredients aids lactating and are extremely nutritious for a nursing mother and baby.
She stated that the urgency for the discovery of the ingredients was birthed out of her personal experience, following difficulty in breastfeeding her child.
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