November 16, 2011

In my first post on ecological breastfeeding, I did a brief overview of the seven standards that must be followed in order for this natural style of nourishing your child to “work”.  First, let me define what I mean by work.  Any and all amount of breastfeeding that a mother is able to provide for her child is good, healthy and beneficial for both mother and baby.

However, I do believe that these standards are an accurate representation of God’s good and natural plan for the nourishment of children.  This being the case there are real and tangible benefits to following this plan, and in order to have these benefits to the fullest, these principles should be followed.

The benefits of ecological breastfeeding are many.  One benefit that I mentioned in my previous post is the extended period without a menstrual cycle, which not only naturally spaces children in a family but also provides many health benefits for the mother.  The average length before the return of the cycle, for women...

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