Dead Sea Moringa and Nursing Mothers
Current research shows that despite the conveniences of baby formula, breast feeding for the first 12 months of an infant’s life provides the most nutrition for a newborn, and creates a stronger bond between mother and child. This applies even to those suffering from the effects of a premature birth.
In 2013 the CDC reported that 77% percent of US infants begin their lives breastfeeding. Nevertheless, there is still a concern that many of these infants may not be breastfed as long as recommended, despite a 14% increase between 2000 and 2010 in the number of babies still breastfeeding at 6 months.
Many women quit breastfeeding early because of work commitments. But other factors, including a lack of nutritious milk or a lack of quantity of nutritious milk, are just as important in the mother’s decision to cease breastfeeding. When milk supplies are running low, it makes it very difficult for nursing mothers to create work and life flexibility by storing milk for later use.
Dead Sea Moringa offers many generalized health benefits, but it also offers specific benefits to mothers who are breastfeeding
Benefit 1: Improved Nourishment Prevents Deficiencies
One benefit Dead Sea Moringa offers to nursing mothers is improved nourishment, which helps to prevent vitamin and mineral deficiencies. These deficiencies develop as the production of breast milk drains nutrients from a mother so that the baby gets the nutrition they need. By taking Dead Sea Moringa, mothers can be sure to get the nutrition they require and stay strong and healthy while nursing.
Benefit 2: Increased Milk Production
Mothers who take this supplement before childbirth find that their milk production begins very soon after they give birth. In addition, moringa is shown to increase breast milk production significantly, with women taking moringa producing over two times the breast milk that other mothers produce.
Benefit 3: Offers High Levels of Nutrients for the Baby
By taking Dead Sea Moringa, mothers can make sure that their breast milk offers high levels of nutrients for their babies as well as themselves. By taking Dead Sea Moringa, mothers improve their intake of important nutrients to ensure that their breast milk provides the level of nutrients that the baby needs, keeping the baby as healthy as possible.
Beyond the health benefits breastfeeding promotes bonding between mother and child and satisfies an infant’s emotional needs—in fact, there is nothing more comforting for a newborn than being fed in their mother’s arms.