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Our guide for young parents

Breastfeeding Guide

Breastfeeding
Guide

Breastfeeding is the best for your baby. If you want and can breastfeed your baby, we fully support it, because there are so many good reasons for this customized diet:
BREASTFEEDING IS THE CUSTOMIZED FOOD
In breast milk, all the important nutrients your baby needs are optimally composed. The combination of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals, trace elements and vitamins is perfectly matched and prevents the baby from being over-nourished. Breastmilk contains defense and protective substances that protect against diseases and strengthen the baby’s immune system. Breastmilk is easily digestible for the growing baby. Breastmilk is always available, always properly tempered and of the highest quality.
BREASTFEEDING IS MUCH MORE
Breastfeeding ensures the important, close and unique body contact between mother and child. It helps to get to know each other, creates closeness, warmth and trust.

When breastfeeding, the so-called happiness hormone oxytocin is released, which is not only positive for the mother-child relationship, but also helps over the fatigue of waking nights easier.

Breastfeeding can reduce the risk of breast cancer. Breastfeeding supports the regression.
HOW IT WORKS WITH BREASTFEEDING

For some mothers, it works right away with breastfeeding, others need some start-up time, which is perfectly normal. Trust in the possibilities nature has given you. Midwives and breastfeeding consultants are here to help you with advice and help.
We support breastfeeding; if you can not or do not want to breastfeed, for whatever reason, we at parendise are here to help you provide the best possible milk formula for your child. The latest scientific knowledge and state-of-the-art production technologies make it possible to produce high-quality infant formula so that you can be sure that your baby will be optimally nourished.

Guide

Guides bottle feeding

Some practical tips about bottle feeding.
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE RIGHT NIPPLE
There are so many bottles on the market and a variety of different nipples that it can sometimes be hard to decide. Whether you want to use a silicone or rather a latex nipple is up to you. Important in our eyes is only the shape of the nipple and the size of the nipple hole. We find nipples that are shaped in the shape of the breast good, because the sucking reflex of babies is innate, and it makes them drinking the meal in this way very easy. Make sure that the nipple hole is rather small, by itself it should only drip out about a drop of milk per second. If the hole is too big, your baby may drink too fast, swallow or swallow too much air. Best keep the bottle at a slight angle and make sure that the teat is always completely filled with milk food.
MAKE YOURSELF COMFORTABLE
For feeding, not only should your baby be in a comfortable position, but so should you. Ideal is a chair with armrest or a sofa, a pillow under the forearm can also help. Your baby’s head is most comfortable in your elbows, ideally you change sides every time you eat, just as you do when breastfeeding. In addition, feeding time is more than just feeding, body contact and intense eye-contact not only feel good, but also promote the natural bond between baby and parent.
DO NOT LET YOUR CHILD HAVE TO DRINK ALONE
Babies love the exchange and physical contact with the parents, even if they alone can hold the bootle. Use the time of feeding to exchange intense eye contact with your baby, to tell or sing something to him, and to be there for her or for him. Think of it as a precious time for two. Another reason not to let the milk bottle become a self-service your child, is the risk of persistent stutus, which can cause long-term tooth decay on milk teeth, even with milk formula
THE RIGHT NUMBER OF MEALS
Depending on the age of the baby and the milk product, there are different recommendations on how often and how much should be fed, you will find these instructions on the back of each package. Please note that these figures are only guidelines that may vary from baby to baby. Basically, however, the feeling of hunger in your baby determines the number of vials. If you use our PRE food, it can actually be fed just like breast milk as needed, even in many small portions. Do not force your baby to empty the bottle completely, as it will know when it is full. So you also avoid that it is overfed.
THE CLOSURE IS THE BURP
Following feeding, most babies would like to make a little burp as relief, either held upright on your shoulder or sitting on your lap. Do not worry, if with the more or less noisy belching also a little milk comes out, that’s perfectly normal. Most babies like to rest or sleep after feeding.
CLEANING OF DRINKING BOTTLE AND NIPPLES
  • After feeding, the bottle and nipple should be cleaned immediately with hot water and dishwashing detergent. Dried milk is difficult to remove later. Helpful are special bottle brushes to get to the edges.
  • Let the bottle dry upside down, on a dishcloth or a special device.
  • If you want to check the temperature of the milk food before feeding it, drop a drop on the inside of your wrist, so you can best feel if the milk is too hot. Please never drink from the bottle yourself to avoid the transmission of caries bacteria, even if your baby has no teeth yet.
HYGIENIC CARE WITH BABY MILK NUTRITION
Our milk products are manufactured to the highest hygienic standard.
  • Please always wash your hands before you make a vial
  • To make the bottle, you can either use fresh, cold tap water, or if your tap water is not of good quality use bottled mineral water. Keep it in the fridge after opening. In both cases, bring the water to a boil shortly before preparation and allow to cool to about 40-50 ° C before adding the milk powder. Make sure the final serving temperature is around 37 ° C.
  • The opened milk powder packaging should be kept dry at room temperature, i.e. no direct sunlight, maximum 25 ° C ambient temperature and under no circumstances in the refrigerator.
  • Do not store bottles to prevent the spread of lactobacilli. If you want to prepare bottles on the go or at night, it is best to keep boiled water in a thermos bottle and the right amount of milk powder in a clean water bottle or special container separately.
  • If milk food is left over while feeding, please do not store, but immediately throw away.

Source: Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung (BZgA), www.kindergesundheit-info.de

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