Colostrum: Your Baby’s First Meal

Jan 11 2017 Tags: colostrum; breastfeeding; nursing wear


What is colostrum? And why is it important? Colostrum is a form of milk produced in late pregnancy. It contains a higher protein concentration than any other milk, and antibodies to protect your newborn baby against disease. Colostrum also acts as a natural laxative to help baby in the first few days expel the tarry stools called meconium.

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