Re: Do I have "Low-Fat" Breastmilk?
Except in cases of extreme malnutrition, there is no such thing as low-fat breastmilk. Perhaps your child is just one of the smaller babies on the growth chart? After all, those charts show a range of normal, and there must be some babies somewhere on the chart at the smaller end of normal.
Avocado is considered a great baby food, it's packed full of nutrients and good fats, and it easy to feed to baby.
These links will have good information for you to think about: http://www.llli.org/FAQ/enough.html http://www.llli.org/FAQ/increase.html
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