11 Things You Didn’t Know About Breastfeeding – How to Breastfeeding in Public

  1. Who needs the gym? The metabolic energy needed to breastfeed a baby each day is the amount you’d use to walk seven miles.
  2. It’s not always easy to learn, but it is instinctual. Newborns held skin-to-skin in the first hour or two after birth may push their way toward mom’s breast and start feeding on their own.
  3. Liquid gold. Human milk is sold on the Internet for $4 per ounce. That’s about 262 times the price of oil.
  4. You’re probably a righty. Almost three-quarters of moms produce more milk with their right breast (and it has nothing to do with being right-handed).
  5. Distinctive scent. Breastfed babies can practically pick their moms out of a lineup based on smell alone.
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