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Nutritional Support of the Neonate II: The Rationale for Human Milk Feeding

  • Richard J. Schanler

Abstract

Human milk is recommended as the exclusive nutrient source for feeding full-term infants during the first 6 months after birth and should be continued, with the addition of solid foods, at least through the first 12 months.1,2 The recommendation for human milk feeding arises because of its acknowledged benefits with respect to infant nutrition, gastrointestinal function, host defense, and psychological well-being. The recognition of beneficial effects in premature infants is emerging to support the feeding of human milk.3 Favorable outcomes of breast-feeding are reported for both infants and mothers.

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Premature Infant Human Milk Milk Intake Milk Volume Milk Expression 
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