I have been a breastfeeding advocate for the past 17 months and still counting. Having much knowledge about its advantages not only for my Baby Keisha but for me as well, I committed myself to fully embrace it. The results can be clearly seen in my daughter, she has a good immune system and never had a diarrhea and fever even after her monthly vaccinations. She rarely gets cough and colds. She’s a fast-learner, strong, energetic and happy baby. Mimicking the actions of the people around her or in the television is one of her favorite past times. I can already see at her young age that she’s multi-talented. She’s really very smart and advanced compared to other toddlers of her age. She knows so many things, when you show her a picture, she can verbalize what is it. She clearly understands and follows commands at 5 months. Parts of her face and body, nursery rhymes and songs, a little of the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors are few of the things that she knows. Breastfeeding has a major contribution in her holistic growth and development.
Even though it has been 17 months, I’m grateful that I am still blessed to produce milk for my dear, Keisha. My breastfeeding partner is Anmum Lacta and it has been with me since day 1 of my breastfeeding and motherhood journey.
Anmum Lacta is a powdered milk drink for lactating mothers especially formulated to support increased nutrient needs during breastfeeding. It is a good source of the following nutrients:
* Vitamin B – for mental development
* Calcium & Vitamin D – support development of strong bones and teeth
* Choline – important for development of memory function
* FOS – supports a healthy digestive system for the lactating mom
* DHA and GA – support overall mental and visual development
I want to commend the people behind the business logo design of Anmum Lacta. It’s a good representation of the product with a tag line “caring for you and your baby”. You can clearly see the hand of a mother and a baby. Lactating mothers are recommended to drink 2 glasses of Anmum Lacta consisting of 4 scoops of it to 200 ml. of safe drinking water. Do not forget that breastfeeding is best for babies up to 2 years of age.
NOTE: This is NOT a sponsored post