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Where to Buy Einmilk Formula Milk in Singapore

3 December 2019

Whether we are supplementing breastfeeding with formula milk or formula-feeding, as parents, we would try to provide our babies with the most wholesome and nutritious milk, within our means. Einmilk offers complete nutrition with its range of formula milk for babies and toddlers. Key ingredients in Einmilk: Taurine(found in breast milk, helps infants’ liver gain […]

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Tips to Stop Breastfeeding and Gently Wean Off

28 November 2019

You may have been breastfeeding due to the many benefits for both mother and baby, but have decided to stop. Weaning is the end of breastfeeding and there are many reasons why nursing mums decide to stop breastfeeding. Common reasons relate to mum’s health, and that should not be taken lightly. Perhaps your breast milk […]

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Have you heard of these bottle feeding myths?

17 October 2019

“Give your baby more formula milk so your baby can sleep better”.   You may have heard this bottle feeding myth from well-intentioned but misguided relatives, confinement nannies or friends. We collate a few bottle feeding myths from local parents and suss out the fact from fiction. Whether you’re feeding formula milk or breastmilk, watch […]

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Breastfeeding Mums, Remember to Care for Your Breasts too

7 October 2019

Besides providing nutrition and comfort to your babies, your breasts are bosom buddies that are often neglected too, right breastfeeding mums?   During breastfeeding, you may find that the shape, size and lift of your breasts may change. Caring for your breasts not only makes you feel better but prevents painful problems like mastitis and […]

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Nursing Wear & Breastfeeding-friendly Clothes for Breastfeeding Mums

9 September 2019

Breastfeeding mums often undergo a change in their choice of clothes and wardrobe staples to accommodate to their new role.   Nursing wear, or breastfeeding-friendly clothing, are designed to provide quick access to the chest area without having to remove your top. Even though there are more nursing rooms in malls and office buildingsthese days, […]

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Tips for Parents: Transitioning from Breastmilk to Formula Milk

7 September 2019

Breastmilk is universally acknowledged as the best form of nutrition for infants and its benefits extend beyond satiating hunger. However, due to a multitude of reasons, some parents choose to stop breastfeeding and transit their children to formula milk. If you have been breastfeeding and intend to switch to formula milk for your babies, there […]

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Breastfeeding mums, avoid these milk killers!

13 July 2019

Milk killers are the opposite of milk boosters. Instead of increasing milk supply, these foods do the opposite and cause a drop in milk supply.   If you are a breastfeeding mum who is not intending to wean your baby yet, it is best to avoid the listed foods if they have been shown to […]

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4 Reasons Why Breast Milk Supply Decreases

12 June 2019

Breast milk is termed as the perfect food for infants and babies as it contains all the necessary nutrients required for development and is customised from mother to her baby. It provides antioxidants, strengthens immunity and promotes gut health.   Fathers can do their part to support their partners on the breastfeeding journey, which can […]

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Mum’s Checklist: 5 Essentials Breastfeeding Mums Need

12 April 2019

Breastfeeding is a wonderful way of bonding with your baby as it provides closeness in addition to your baby’s nutritional requirements.   Mums who breastfeed may do it in different manners: Some breastfeeding mums latch their babies directly, other nursing mothers practice exclusive pumping, while some mums offer mixed feeds to their babies with both […]

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5 Ways Fathers Can Support Breastfeeding Mums on Their Journey

11 September 2018

Breastfeeding mums face huge challenges – from latching issues, engorgement, breastfeeding illnesses such as mastitis and difficulties expressing milk comfortably at work. Breastmilk has been shown to be beneficial to babies’ development and the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends to breastfeed exclusively for at least the first six months of a child’s life.   A […]

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