Monday, August 6, 2012

Healthy children and Smart, What milk?

 "Whoa, healthy and intelligent children, yes, what is the milk?" is a phrase often heard when you meet colleagues, friends, or neighbors when they were amazed to see the development of the baby. Hearing this question, would answer his milk mothers breast milk. However, mothers who give their children formula milk will immediately mention the various brands of milk, following the price and taste.

"This question really like the abuse. Because it's healthy and intelligent children not only from the milk factor," said nutrition expert from the Polytechnic of Health Jakarta II, Anggraeni Dyah Ayu Purbasari, when found in the seminar MP ASI "Golden Standard for Golden Period "in Jakarta, Saturday (04/08/2012).

Anggraeni said the sentence as described above, became famous for his influence on television advertising of formula milk. The danger, people become more familiar with different brands of milk, compare prices, and recommend the taste of milk. In fact, a healthy and intelligent child should be examined genetic parents, the pattern of grindstones, compassion, and foster care, the environment inside and outside the home.

The best milk to grow up healthy and intelligent child is breastfeeding, provided the interval of one hour after birth, then proceed exclusively for six months. At the age of six months to 24 months of age, while human milk is given MP plus complementary foods or breast milk.

According to pediatrician Utami Roesli, SpA, IBCLC, FABM, breastfeeding is not merely numbers or targets. Breastfeeding is the communication between mother and child.

"Breast milk is the single best food for babies. Please read surah Al Baqarah verse 233 for the Muslims, Christians and those who read Samuel paragraph 2. All've created thus, fayakun kun alone," he said on the same occasion.

The right of mothers to breastfeed their babies is increasingly protected by the issuance of Government Regulation No. 36 of 2009 on Health and reaffirmed by Government Regulation No. 33 of 2012 on exclusive breastfeeding.


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