The best for your baby

Breast milk is an ideal and unique source of nourishment

It’s got all the nutrients your baby needs for healthy growth and development. Plus it has the added advantage of providing natural protection against infection. 

Key nutrients in breast milk: why they are so important?

Breast milk is made up of hundreds of substances including lactose, milk fat, proteins, vitamins and minerals. It is a real wonder of nature that is packed with goodness, nourishment and sustenance.

The most natural nutrients

  • Lactose
  • Milk Fat
    • Milk Fat Globule Membrane (MFGM)
    • LC-PUFAS (DHA & ARA)
    • Beta-palmitate
  • Proteins
  • Nucleotides
  • Prebiotics
  • Vitamins & Minerals
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Here some interesting facts you should know about breast milk

  • Breast milk changes over time to meet your baby's changing nutritional needs.
  • It changes during the first 3-4 weeks after giving birth
    • During the first days after delivery, it's a thick and yellowish milk called colostrum.
    • After these few days, colostrum changes into transition milk.
    • Two to three weeks after birth the colostrum changes into mature milk that is whiter and more transparent.
  • Breast milk even changes while you are breasfeeding:
    • Your baby first drinks 'foremilk', which is thinner and contains less fat and more sugar. It satisfies your baby's thirst and liquid needs.
    • After that comes 'hindmilk' that is thicker and creamier and contains the nutrients your baby needs to gain weight and grow and it fills their tummies.