Baby Feeding Products

Here at the World Of Babies we have brought together a wide range of Baby Feeding Products that will help you with Feeding Baby times. Within this collection you will find products for bottle feeding, breast feeding all the way through to weaning your baby. We also have a vast range of Baby Feeding Equipment including Feeding chairs, high chairs and much more.  

 

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Baby Feeding Products

 

Feeding your baby can be very rewarding and a time to enjoy the real feeling of closeness. Feeding your baby has an impact on his health, not just in infancy but in the long term, too. In the UK, most mums start off breast feeding. Breast milk supplies all the nutrients your baby needs for about first six months and it's the normal, physiological way to feed a human baby. Whilst in pregnancy take the opportunity to talk about your feeding preferences and get the most up-to-date information you can from the Internet or your GP

It has been shown that babies who aren't breast fed have a generally higher risk of infection, and  more likely to spend time in hospital during their first year. Many mothers need help and support to breast feed, and access to good information to overcome issues. If you don't breast feed, for what ever reason, then your baby will need infant formula milk.

Mixed feeding, giving your baby formula milk as well as breast feeding, can be a way to maintain some breast feeding if you return to work, or if breast feeding alone isn't working out for you. Because you need to breast feed often to keep up a supply of milk, mixed feeding can lead to breast milk production dwindling sooner than you wish.

Bottle feeding Formula

Formula milk is usually based on cow's milk.You reconstitute dried formula with water, although 'ready-to-feed' formula is also available in cartons. It's important to keep all feeding equipment clean - you must sterilise between uses for the first six months. This is because formula fed babies don't get the same protection from infection as breastfed babies, and milk can be a breeding ground for bacteria.Make up each bottle as you need it and throw away any leftover milk. 

You should always mix the milk according to instructions on the pack, so you get the right proportion of water to milk

Bottle feeding needs much more equipment, if you plan to give more than the occasional bottle.