More news that infant formula may not be the best for your baby is good news for advocates of breast feeding. While the benefits are well known for both mother and baby, the fact remains that many women who have chosen breast-feeding are discouraged with the way their breast look once they have weaned the baby. Although most say they would do it again, they are pleased to know that Dr. O’Toole has solutions that will help to restore volume and shape. Typically Dr. O’Toole will recommend a breast augmentation combined with a breast lift to achieve the best long-term aesthetically pleasing results. Most women are thrilled with the results and many feel that they actually look better than they did before their pregnancy.Less women are choosing infant formula as it continues to be scrutinized. According to My Fox LA choosing the right formula could stave off infant diabetes, according to a new global study distributed Thursday.
The study showed that if a mother transitions from breastfeeding to “highly hydrolyzed formula,” which is broken down for easier digestion, the infant may have a lower risk of developing type 1 diabetes.
Type 1 diabetes can be fatal unless treated indefinitely with insulin.
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