“I want to make milk,” she said. “I want to make super milk… with a much higher, positive impact on our health.”
The researchers specifically examined the influence of nursing two offspring of different ages on the macronutrient content of the mother’s milk.
In addition, Israeli researchers confirmed that the antibodies can block the virus from binding with receptors on host cells, therefore showing the potential to prevent the disease.
'Pregnant women who got vaccinated or recovered are also likely to give their children protection against COVID-19 through the placenta.'
The course includes five sessions and provides valuable information for soon-to-be parents about pregnancy and the lively process of giving birth.
While there is still no evidence that the virus can spread through breast milk, the Health Ministry recommends that mothers wear a mask and be strict about hygiene while nursing.
Overall, mothers who breastfed for more than 12 months were 30% less likely to develop diabetes and 13% less likely to develop high blood pressure.