Basic characteristics of the mixture Nestozhen
The best nutrition for a newborn baby is milk, which begins to be produced in the breast of his mother on the second or third day after childbirth. But despite the fact that the nature of the woman's ability to breastfeed her child, many women for various reasons either early finish feeding the baby with breast, or have a small production of breast milk. Do not despair if the baby is not gorging or you run outmilk, because as of today there are many adapted for breast milk mixtures. We will consider a method of artificial feeding a newborn on the example of a mixture "Nestozhen".
Many young mothers think that artificial feeding can bring a child harm. To some extent this view is justified, since in any case the mother's milk is better absorbed. But what to do when there is not enough, or does the baby refuse to suckle? The infant formula "Nestozhen" will come to the rescue. It has the status of adapted, which confirms its similarity with breast milk in composition. In order for the Nestozhen mixtures (they are of three kinds) to be better absorbed, the manufacturer (the world-famous company Nestle) adds special substances there - prebiotics, which contribute not only to the complete assimilation of the infant formula, but also to the improvement of the digestion of crumbs.
Important is the fact that the mixture "Nestozhen" for newborns, reviews about which are mostly positive, has all the necessary kitvitamins, which the kid needs for full development. This mixture can be given to a child, starting from the first month of life. Despite the fact that at the very beginning the baby can feel colic about discomfort in the intestine, after a few days, his digestion is normalized.
"Nestozhen" mixtures are of three types: for children from 0 to 6 months (1), from 6 to 12 months (2), from 12 months and older (3). Pediatricians are in no way advised to give a mixture to a child not in age. So, if a baby up to 6 months of age receives food under the number "2", he may have health problems due to over-saturation with certain substances. And, on the contrary, if a baby at the age of 6 months gives a mixture with the number "1", he will receive less than the set of vitamins necessary for its development.
The advantage of the "Nestozhen" mixture is that it contains prebiotics. Recently, pediatricians advise mothers, whose children are constantly tormented by colic, to change the formula used for feeding to Nestozhen. This method of feeding should not become a panacea for women who simply do not want to feed babies with breast milk. The method of breastfeeding was given to us by nature itself, which is why it is the best. To resort to artificial feeding is necessary only in the case when all methods tried to improve natural lactation do not help. And the milk mix "Nestozhen" is ideal for helping with the impossibility of breastfeeding.