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Breastfeeding Made Simple. Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers. Second Edition. Nancy Mohrbacher and Kathleen Kendall-Tackett. Printer Friendly. Pages: Imprint: New Harbinger Publications. Publication date: Dec Categories: Parenting and Families. ISBN: Availability: in stock. Audiobook download only.
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Availability: available. Breastfeeding Made Simple will help you to: Find comfortable, relaxing breastfeeding positions Establish ample milk production and a satisfying breastfeeding rhythm with your baby Overcome discomfort and mastitis Use a breast pump to express and store milk Easily transition to solid foods.
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Kathleen Kendall-Tackett Author. The Well-Ordered Office. Jack Newman Foreword by. Nancy breastfed her own three sons, Carl, Peter, and Ben, who are now grown, and she has been working with breastfeeding families since As a board-certified lactation consultant since , Nancy founded and ran a large lactation private practice in the Chicago area for ten years. She is the author of Breastfeeding Answers Made Simple: A Guide for Helping Mothers , a book for lactation professionals, and also the coauthor of the popular Breastfeeding Answer Book , a research-based counseling guide used by health professionals internationally.
Nancy now works as a lactation consultant at Ameda Breastfeeding Products, manufacturer of the Ameda breast pumps, where she talks daily to breastfeeding mothers by phone and provides breastfeeding education to health professionals.
She also leads a monthly breastfeeding group for families in the Chicago area. She lectures to health care providers around the world. Kathy breastfed her two sons, Ken and Chris, and is a health psychologist, board-certified lactation consultant, and La Leche League leader. She has been working with breastfeeding families since and is the former chair of the New Hampshire Breastfeeding Task Force. She now lives in the Texas Panhandle, where she is a clinical associate professor of pediatrics at Texas Tech University School of Medicine in Amarillo and, among her other responsibilities, really enjoys teaching pediatric residents about breastfeeding.
She also works with mothers by phone and online, particularly around mental health issues and breastfeeding. Kathy is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association in both health and trauma psychology.
Breastfeeding Made Simple: Seven Natural Laws for Nursing
She also works as an acquisitions and development editor for Hale Publishing, developing a series of books for both mothers and professionals on breastfeeding. Some of her most recent books include Depression in New Mothers, 2nd ed. She speaks to audiences of health care providers on these issues around the world. In this book, we will share with you the simple dynamics—or "natural laws"—of breastfeeding that all good lactation consultants use to help mothers.
If you read this book during pregnancy, you can use these natural laws to avoid breastfeeding problems. These natural laws are the "secrets" nobody told you about breastfeeding. After generations of bottlefeeding, we are now relearning what women used to know about nursing their babies. If you never had the opportunity to see women breastfeed while you were growing up, learning these natural laws is a must.
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In a world of conflicting information, you can use them to distinguish good breastfeeding advice from bad. Breastfeeding: The Biological Norm for Mothers and Babies As we wrote the first edition of this book, a national advertising campaign promoting breastfeeding was launched in the United States.
The primary focus of the Ad Council the company that made the ads was to promote exclusive breastfeeding for six months. And it made headlines around the world.
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In fact, she claimed that breastfeeding was just another way to subjugate women. And why do it at all if it was just going to cause you a lot of stress? We must respectfully disagree. At this point, the research studies comparing breastfeeding with man-made substitutes number in the thousands, and the findings show striking differences.
We invite you to examine the evidence for yourself and have made some of the major research reviews available on our website breastfeedingmadesimple. Researchers have found that during the first year of life, babies fed nonhuman milks have a higher incidence of these health problems: respiratory disease, including pneumonia and bronchitis diarrhea and other digestive illnesses ear infections up to four times more than babies fed human milk urinary tract infections meningitis sudden infant death syndrome SIDS Ip et al. Examining the research worldwide, a article in the Lancet concluded that exclusive breastfeeding for six months by 90 percent of mothers could prevent 13 percent of child deaths—or save 1.
These findings are not confined to the developing world. A article in Pediatrics reported that 21 percent of U. Stated another way, what this really means is that infant formula increases U. A article estimated that each year, exclusive breastfeeding for six months by 90 percent of U. But the negative health outcomes associated with nonhuman milks are not limited to infancy.
More Than Food Your milk is good food for your baby, of course, but it is so much more. If your baby is fed nonhuman milks, he will be missing many ingredients essential for normal body function. There are many ways these essential elements affect your baby. These are especially important to your baby during her first weeks outside the protection of your womb, when she is most vulnerable to infection and illness.
Dairy farmers know that the newborn calf deprived of colostrum is a dead calf, because calves are born with little to no inborn protection from illness. To protect their newborn calves, farmers move heaven and earth to make sure the calves get colostrum. You will be able to unsubscribe at any time.
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