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Baby Feeding Guide

.As a mom there’s nothing more important than protecting your baby’s healthy growth and development. To help you get off to the right start, use this baby feeding guide as you navigate your baby’s nutrition from birth to pre-school.

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DHA and ARA: Nutrients Naturally Found in Breast Milk

Omega-3 fatty acids such as DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and omega-6 fatty acids such as ARA (arachidonic acid) offer many health benefits.

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Natural Cultures - Natural Protection

Your baby’s developing immune system helps shield her from sickness and infection to help her grow up strong and healthy. One of the many ways the immune system works is by maintaining natural protective barriers. The first and most important natural protective barrier is the skin. However, another equally important protective barrier is the digestive tract, where 80% of the body's immune cells are found.1 The digestive tract is home to the gut flora, a delicately balanced community of about 500 different kinds of bacteria. In a healthy digestive system, good bacteria (or natural cultures) help keep baby’s immune system and body safe from illness. As well, good bacteria can help to balance potentially harmful bacteria. One way to help support this protective barrier is to increase the levels of natural cultures in your baby's digestive tract.

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Baby Nutrition: Planning to Feed Your Newborn

It is never too early to start planning for one of the first important decisions you’ll make as a parent: how you will feed your newborn. Experts agree that early-life nutrition is important for long-term health. Take time before baby is born to create an infant feeding plan and get educated on the importance of baby nutrition.

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