Scientists: mother milk protects children with heart defects
Congenital heart disease is observed in 1 out of 1000 newborns and infants up to a year.
Academics managed to prove that breast milk for premature and healthy children is protection of newborns with coronary artery disease.
Necrotizing enterocolitis is a serious disease, with complications, in which intestinal damage occurs.
Academics conducted a series of studies that showed that feeding only breast milk can reduce the incidence of NEC in premature babies.
Academics suggest that breast milk protects children from infections, coronary heart disease, NEC, and also improves tolerance to feeding and the results of physical and psychological development.