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Doctors say breastfeeding is also beneficial to mom, with both long- and short-term benefits. "In the short term, breastfeeding increases the production of oxytocin, a hormone that not only. Here, in the first of two Series papers, we describe present patterns and past trends in breastfeeding throughout the world, review the short-term and long-term health consequences of breastfeeding for the child and mother, estimate potential lives saved by scaling up breastfeeding, and summarise insights into how breastfeeding might permanently shape .
Researchers in Brazil have followed nearly 6, babies from birth for the past three decades, enabling them for the first time to get an idea of the long-term effects of breastfeeding. Remote effects of breastfeeding. As long ago as Spence wrote in the British Medical Journal, ‘It is possible that some of the serious degenerative diseases of adult life have their origins in the artificial feeding of infancy’. 26 Any public health assessment of the risks and benefits of breastfeeding must also consider the potential Cited by: 8.
The medical benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and child are considered numerous and well documented. 1 – 5 Yet the effect of breastfeeding on general cognitive abilities has been a topic of debate for nearly a century. 6 The mechanism argued to be responsible for these effects is the nutrients found in breast milk. 7, 8 Two specific types of long Cited by: Despite the promising findings on the effects of breastfeeding on mental health, whether the positive correlation was due to breastmilk itself or the maternal-child bond cultivated at the breast was unclear. It is known that the fatty acids and other bioactive components in breastmilk positively contribute to child development and health.
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Short and Long Term Effects of Breast Feeding on Child Health. Editors (view affiliations) Berthold Koletzko The quality of infant feeding is of major importance for child health development and well being, and breast feeding is the natural form of supplying food to the infant and is considered to be ideally adapted to the needs of both.
This contributed volume therefore, brings together the research on the physiological foundations and on the biological effects of breast feeding, both short and long term.
This book contains the work of scientists from over thirty countries, many of whom are leading researchers in their fields, and details papers presented by the invited speakers of the conference and short summaries. This contributed volume therefore, brings together the research on the physiological foundations and on the biological effects of breast feeding, both short and long term.
This book contains the work of scientists from over thirty countries, many of whom are leading researchers in their fields, and details papers presented by the invited speakers of the conference and short summaries Format: Hardcover.
Short and Long Term Effects of Breast Feeding on Child Health Series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Vol. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation (ISRHML), October, Bavaria, Germany.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Short-term effects of breastfeeding: a systematic review on the benefits of breastfeeding on diarrhoea and pneumonia mortality. Overview. This review and meta-analysis assesses the effect of breastfeeding on respiratory infections and diarrhoeal disease in children younger than 5 years of age.
In short, breastfeeding improves quality of life for both mothers and children and saves lives. The following list discusses just a few of the documented examples of the benefits of breastfeeding: Short-term benefits for the baby: Breastfeeding reduces the risk of illness due to contaminated water, which under some conditions can occur with formula.
Short and long term effects of breast feeding on child health Author: B Koletzko ; Kim Fleischer Michaelsen ; Olle Hernell ; International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lacation (ISRHML), held October, in Bavaria"--Title page verso.
Short- and Long-term Variation in the Production, Content and Composition of Human Milk Fat-- L. Mitoulas, et al. Dietary Fish and the Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) Content of Human Milk-- L.
Lauritzen, et al. Fatty Acid Composition of Mature Breast Milk According to the Mother' Diet During Pregnancy-- M. Moya, et al. Short and Long Term Effects of Breast Feeding on Child Health: Koletzko, Berthold, Fleischer Michaelsen, Kim, Hernell, Olle: Books - at: Hardcover.
Extra info for Short and Long Term Effects of Breast Feeding on Child Health. Sample text. Gale, C R, Martyn C N Breastfeeding, dummy use and adult intelligence. Lancet 7. Victora C G, Behague D P, Barros F C, Olinto M T A, Weiderpass E Pacifier use and short breastfeeding duration: Cause, consequence or coincidence/5(16).
Short-term effects of breastfeeding: a systematic review on the benefits of breastfeeding on diarrhoea and pneumonia mortality. feeding. mortality. atory tract infections – prevention and control.
The Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health of the WHO has now commissioned an update of this review. The following long-term outcomes were reviewed: blood pressure, type-2 diabetes, serum cholesterol, overweight and obesity.
that in the first six months of life, every child should be exclusively breastfed, with partial breastfeed - ing continued until two years of age (4). Building upon the strong evidence on the short-term effects of breastfeeding, the present review ad - dresses its long-term consequences.
Current evidence, mostly from high income countries, suggestsFile Size: 1MB. Breastfeeding, and particularly exclusive breastfeeding, provides a plethora of short- and long-term health benefits to both mother and infant. This chapter will focus on detailing the research evidence that supports specific short- and long-term infant by: 1.
Breastfeeding and cognitive outcomes in children. There is a body of research from different countries providing evidence for a link between breastfeeding experience and cognitive development later in life, including improved memory retention, greater language skills, and intelligence [4–9].Longitudinal prospective designs are a useful method to assess the link Cited by: 4.
This chapter reviews the research evidence supporting the short- and long-term benefits of breastfeeding. A brief summary of the most potent bioactive components of HM that are partially responsible for these benefits is provided.
Short-term health. Our decision to restrict the sample to children who were 4 years of age or older was primarily driven by this study’s focus on the long- as opposed to short-term effects of breastfeeding on child outcomes, since much less is known about how infant feeding practices impact health and wellbeing in this age group.
Most studies of human lactation have focused on the quality and quantity of milk produced or on the effects of human milk on infants. Far fewer studies have targeted the effects of lactation on short- or long-term maternal health, and the subcommittee found no studies that evaluated the effects of maternal nutrition on long-term outcomes related to lactation.Long-Term Effects of Breastfeeding.
The WHO recently released a new meta-analysis looking at the long-term effects of breastfeeding on 5 areas: total cholesterol, blood pressure (both systolic and diastolic), type-2 diabetes, obesity/overweight, and intelligence. Even when a mother was not breastfed as a child herself, she can reap the benefits of lower rates of Type II diabetes and obesity by breastfeeding her own child.
And the longer she nurses, the greater the benefits! Long-Term Health Benefits To Your Breastfed Child: Significantly Lower Rates of Gastrointestinal Illness.