Breastfeeding your toddler; the hidden benefits you never knew existed


Thirdly, you baby is much healthier in so many ways when breastfed longer. 

Breastfeeding your toddler

Now this is because breastfeeding your toddler provides 29% of your baby’s energy needs, 43% of his protein needs, 75% of his vitamin A requirement and 60% of vitamin c requirement.

All these ensures your baby get certain key nutrients daily which leads to improved vision, better hearing, good dental health, intestinal health, good functioning immune system and a smoother supple skin.

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Benice Akinola
I desire that nutrition education be made a course taught in schools so children who will someday become adults are equipped with this life skill needed to live a healthy life. I am a passionate nutritionist with both a first and second degree in Nutrition and dietetics, also a member of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria(NSN) and a breastfeeding advocate