Breast vs Bottle

Breast vs bottle

Today I will be talking about breast feeling and bottle feeding   for babies, which do you think is best?
Many new mothers struggle with the decision to breastfeed or bottle feed their new baby. Here's some tips.
Breast milk is the perfect food for baby, with numerous advantages over baby formula, especially in the first four months or so. Here's why:
It's always available.
It's free.
It contains active infection-fighting white blood cells and natural chemicals that give increased protection against infections in the first months, when these can be the most serious.
It can help prevent sudden infant death syndrome, according to the research.
It contains the perfect proportion of nutrients that your baby needs, including protein, carbohydrates, fat, and calcium.
It is easily digestible.
It may protect against allergies and asthma in the future.
It may decrease a baby's risk of obesity in the future.
It may contain some fatty acids that promote brain development.
Breastfeeding can help new mothers lose weight more easily.
Additionally, there probably are other beneficial components of breast milk that we are not aware of and so are not added to formula.
Nursing is a wonderful experience for both mother and baby. It provides ideal nourishment and a special bonding experience that many nursing mothers cherish.
Here are some of the many benefits of breastfeeding:

Infection-fighting. Antibodies passed from a nursing mother to her baby can help lower the occurrence of many conditions, including:
ear infections
respiratory infections
Other factors help to protect a breastfed baby from infection by contributing to the infant's immune system by increasing the barriers to infection and decreasing the growth of organisms like bacteria and viruses.

Breastfeeding is particularly beneficial for premature babies and also may protect children against:

sudden infant death...