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The physiological basis of breastfeeding

The physiological basis of breastfeeding

Breast milk contains all the nutrients that an infant needs in the neonatal period, both in cattle and humans. It is easily digested and efficiently used, and contains bioactive factors that provide protective immunity to infants. The production of breast milk is a complex task. Before starting our courses on cattle lactation. Here is a research studying on the physiological basis of human breastfeeding. Please take some time to read this research. Please share with us what finding you have on this manual.

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