From a statement by the
World Health Organization-Nutrition for Health and Development-World Health
No breastmilk substitute, not even the most sophisticated
and nutritionally balanced formula can begin
to offer the numerous unique health advantages
for babies. Nor can artificial feeding do more
than approximate the act of breastfeeding in physiological
and emotional significance,
for babies and mothers alike. When infants are
breastfed or are breastfed only partially, feeding
with formula remains
a deviation from the biological norm for virtually
Please read our informational links below.
Breastfeeding is one of the most important decisions
you will make concerning your child's health and development.
As you can see it will greatly benefit mother and child.
There is NO substitute for breastmilk.