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Breastfeeding and Immunity

Event date: 
Thursday, May 28, 2020 - 19:30 to 21:00
Event Location: 
Via Zoom

It is well known that breastfed babies are less likely to get infections than formula-fed babies. Breastmilk contains many factors that help support a baby’s immune system.  When a mother comes into contact with germs in her environment, she makes antibodies to fight those germs. These antibodies pass into the breastmilk and therefore on to the baby. Since a mother and her baby are generally in contact with the same germs, this helps protect her baby from the illnesses they are both exposed to.

Join us to discuss the amazing immune boosting properties of your own breastmilk at a time when the importance of wellness and staying healthy is even more important!

Please make a cuppa (maybe even dessert) and join us via Zoom for a child free evening meeting.

Zoom link will be posted closer to the time.

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