Key macronutrients (Fat, Protein, Carbohydrates)
Your child's cognitive and physical growth is dependent upon the calories, carbohydrates, fat, and protein she receives in her diet. This package provides families with a comprehensive profile of a mother's unique breast milk caloric density and composition.
Nutrient levels in breast milk vary across mothers due to genetic and lifestyle differences. A macronutrient breakdown of fat, protein, and carbohydrates will help families identify how much of a mother's milk is needed to meet her baby's growth needs, and whether diet should be augmented to meet those needs.
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The carbohydrate glucose is a key fuel source for an infant's growth, and his/her rapidly developing brain and nervous system.
Lactose is the major source of carbohydrate found in breast milk and also important for brain development.
Breast milk proteins are essential for baby growth and development, in addition to promoting intestinal health and immune function.
Breast milk triglycerides are molecules of fat that are necessary and essential for healthy growth of the baby. They are central to both physical and cognitive development. They also act as mother-to-child transporters of many vitamins.