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  1. Breast milk is alive food and changes its composition as per baby’s requirements.
  2. Skin to skin with the baby boosts the milk supply of the mother.
  3. Women who have breastfed have significantly lower prevalence of osteoporosis than women who haven’t.
  4. Breastfeeding leads to decreased risk of breast, ovarian and uterine cancers in the mother.
  5. Early initiation of breastfeeding predicts short-term and long-term breastfeeding success.
  6. Exclusive breastfeeding provides protection against childhood obesity and type-I and II diabetes in children when they grow up.
  7. The risk of ear infections is doubled in case of artificially fed babies as opposed to exclusively breastfed babies.
  8. Breastfeeding has no benefits. It is a biological norm. Deviating from the norm – not breastfeeding – has risks.
  9. Baby is not getting enough does not necessarily mean that the mother is not making enough. There are many other factors like a poor latch, switching sides often, ties, reflux and many others.
  10. Studies have shown that exclusively and directly breastfed children have better teeth and jaw alignment.