Mother’s milk does a ‘mind’ good as researchers link breastfeeding to increased brain development

New clinical study demonstrates heightened intelligence levels later in life that is linked to breastfeeding duration as an infant
(PR NewsChannel) / February 28, 2013 / WEST BABYLON, N.Y. 

Delta LabsIn what is sure to reignite the debate on breastfeeding over formula feeding, a new study claims that breastfeeding leads to better brain development.

Researchers’ studies claim to have found a connection between the development of a child’s brain and the amount of time spent breastfeeding.

In an experiment involving over 17,000 infants aged from newborn to six and a half years old, scientists have concluded that prolonged and exclusive breastfeeding led to improved brain development.

A similar 2010 study in the journal, “Pediatrics,” found that babies who were primarily breast-fed for at least six months scored significantly higher academically than children who were not breast-fed, as well as infants who were breast-fed for less than six months.

Breast feeding has been long advocated by The American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Medical Association, and the World Health Organization as the first line of defense in preventing infections and allergies and protecting against a number of other chronic conditions.

Colostrum, the thick yellow breast milk produced during pregnancy and just after birth is rich in protein, minerals and antibodies, vital substances that are necessary for the good health and proper growth of a newborn baby.

Many women may find it necessary to take a supplement in order to maintain the high level of breast milk that will satisfy and nurture an infant.

These supplements, such as Delta Labs’ Postnatal Fat Burner, can also provide additional nutrients that help the mother maintain a healthy body in addition to providing ample amounts of breast milk.

“Breast milk contains every nutrient your baby needs to thrive, but keeping your milk supply up can sometimes be a challenge for many new moms,” said Debbie Morgan, President of Delta Labs. “This is why we developed our Postnatal fat burner with a proven formula to safely and naturally increase milk production, while providing a safe way for mom to return to her pre baby weight.”


(Watch the Delta Labs video online: http://youtu.be/q2YsI2EnTDk)

Delta Labs’ Postnatal Fat Burner uses a combination of White Kidney Bean extract, Glucomannan, Fenugreek, and Marshmallow extract to help women provide exactly what their babies’ need to grow. These herbs are combined in a nutritional formula designed specifically to be a safe and effective way to naturally increase milk production, while providing a reliable and all-natural weight loss avenue for new mothers.

Free of stimulants, caffeine, and other unsafe and potentially hazardous chemical compounds, the Delta Labs formula is manufactured under the principal that your baby’s health comes first.

For more information on Delta Labs or Prenatal Multivitamin, visit www.deltalabsusa.com or visit the Delta Labs’ YouTube page.

About Delta Labs: Delta Labs’ mission is to develop the highest quality, most affordable and comprehensive line of women’s health and wellness formulas founded on scientific research. By partnering with some of the nation’s leading scientific minds, nutritionists, and world renowned physicians, Delta Labs is able to help women lead more invigorating and fulfilling lifestyles. They also believe that the quality of ingredients a woman ingests is one of the most important choices she can make. This is why the entire Delta Labs product line is manufactured under strict cGMP guidelines established by the FDA, guaranteeing women the safest, highest quality and most effective all natural ingredients around.

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SOURCE:  Delta Labs



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