Why is Breastfeeding Important?

Aliza avatar By Aliza Carr

Aliza avatar Aliza Carr
Aliza Carr is an International midwife in Asia & Australia as well as perinatal mental health specialist. She provides education to new and expectant mothers & is a brand ambassador for Franjos kitchen, a brand she recommends to all of her patients

We know that breastfeeding is a huge and often difficult time in motherhood and you deserve all of the support you can get through this journey. Breastfeeding is a learnt skill by you and your baby, so be kind to yourself Mama! Find out about the benefits of breastfeeding here!

Why Is Breast Feeding Important

We wanted to share some of the reasons why we are so passionate in supporting breastfeeding women and just how amazing the benefits of breastfeeding are.

Here are our favorite benefits:

  • Breastfeeding increases bonding between Mum and Bubby
  • It lowers the risk of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome)
  • Perfectly curated for a babies needs (breastmilk changes when your baby is sick!)
  • Accessible anytime at the perfect temperature
  • Good for the environment, no wastage
  • Free!
  • Lowers risk of certain cancers for mother
  • Helps with postpartum weight loss for mama

At Franjos kitchen, we are so passionate about educating and supporting new mamas and their babies. Our products are created with so much love, research and knowledge. They are packed with superfoods that will nourish your body as well as galactagogues which increase your milk supply to make your breastfeeding journey simpler and your body healthier and happier.


More details can be found at www.franjoskitchen.com.au

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About Aliza

Aliza Carr is an International midwife in Asia & Australia as well as perinatal mental health specialist. She provides education to new and expectant mothers & is a brand ambassador for Franjos kitchen, a brand she recommends to all of her patients

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