UW-Madison NUTRSCI 132 - Breastfeeding (4 pages)

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Nutrsci 132 - Nutrition Today
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NUTR SCI 132 Lecture 33 Outline of Last Lecture I Pregnancy a Trimesters b Nutrient Needs c Special Cases d Problems II Phytonutrients Outline of Current Lecture I Breast feeding a Benefits b Recommendations c Rates d Physiology e Breastfeeding f Nutrition g Breastfeeding support Current Lecture I Breast Feeding a Guest Lecturer i bholson wisc edu b Benefits i For Mother s Health 1 After Birth a Uterine contraction decreased bleeding b Hormonal response calming focus on baby c Suppression of ovulation 2 Longer term a Weight loss These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute b Reduced risk breast and ovarian cancers c Type 2 diabetes ii For Baby 1 Nutrition for baby a Milk is species specific i Human milk matches infant needs for nutrition and fluids ii Composition changes to meet needs of growing infant iii Well tolerated easily digested esp protein iv High in lipids v Minerals bioavailable 2 Immune factors in milk keep baby healthy a Disease Protection i Ear lower respiratory GI ii Asthma dermatitis eczema iii Reduced risk SIDS Obesity Type I II diabetes childhood leukemia 3 Other Benefits a Analgesia b Bonding c Formula and bottle costs d Time convenience e Illness costs f Environment c Breastfeeding Recommendations i American Academy of Pediatrics 6 months exclusive continued to 1 year longer as mutually desired ii World Health Organization 6 months exclusive continued to 2 years longer as mutually desired d Demographics i Who is most likely to breastfeed ii Least likely 1 Low income or other factors a Younger b Less Education c More children d Unmarried e Less job autonomy f Not previously breastfed iii Barriers to breastfeeding 1 Societal issues a Public Opinion polls b Laws specifically protecting right o breastfeed in public and private i First federal legislation 1 Space to express breast milk not a bathroom shielded from view not subject to intrusion 2 Reasonable break time as needed not required to be paid 2 Culture and Tradition of Breastfeeding a Mothering the mother e Formula i Breast milk is gold standard ii Formula modified cow s milk 1 Protein carbohydrate 2 Fortified with nutrients including iron vitamin D 3 Most now contain DHA iii All nutrition needed for first 6 months then solid food iv Types 1 Regular iron DHA 2 Newborn 3 Breastfeeding supplement 4 Soy 5 Hypoallergenic 6 Human milk fortifier f Stages of Lactation i Milk is not the same from beginning to end ii Lactogenesis I 1 Last trimester limited milk production a First 1 5 days 2 Colostrum a Yellow iii Lacatogenesis II 1 2 5 days postpartum copious milk secretion 2 When milk comes in iv Lactogenesis III v Hormones 1 Prolactin 2 Oxytocin a Baby needs to suck right to stimulate production g Milk Composition i Changes with baby s age ii Different than cow s milk

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