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Small babies are prone to infection how do we protect them right now with changing environment and weather.



Scheduling feedings may be easier. Formula isn't digested as quickly as breast milk, so formula-fed babies don't need to eat as often, especially in the first few months. You don't have to worry about what you eat. Moms who breastfeed may have to avoid certain foods that their baby can't tolerate

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I gave my baby Aptamil formula milk. It contains prebiotics and helped a lot in improving digestion and overall gut health and immunity in the baby. It's the closest to breast milk and helps in preventing infections too.

Following safety and hygeine practices is must when u have small baby. Also continue to breastfeed till the baby turns 2 years old. Their body will develop anti bodies to fight infection . If breastfeeding isn't an option then check with pediatrician and opt for good formula which is close to breastmilk

Actually breastfeeding is important but in case of lack of breast milk do switch to aptmil formula milk with prebiotics in it which helps to keep the gut healthy and grows good bacteria which prevents infection and helps to keep the immune system strong..

Maintain good diet, breastfeeding is best for immunity in babies, since it has prebiotics that help fight infections.

Breastfeeding is best way to increase baby immunity.


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