Benefit to the mother
In a study of 300 women, scientists found that women who breast-fed their babies were less likely to have plaque in their coronary artery, aorta, and carotid artery later in life than women who did not breast-feed, according to the report of (HealthScout) UPDATED 2009-12-21.
3. Reduced risk of ovarian cancer
In study of Breastfeeding and risk of ovarian cancer in two prospective cohorts by Danforth KN, Tworoger SS, Hecht JL, Rosner BA, Colditz GA, Hankinson SE., researchers found that These data support a linear inverse association between breastfeeding and risk of epithelial ovarian cancer.
4. Reduced risk osteoporosis in elder women
A 1990-91 study of Sydney women aged 65 years and over suggested that breastfeeding protected against hip fracture in old age, with a dose-response relationship between average duration of breastfeeding per child and risk of hip fracture., according to the article of Breastfeeding Reduces the Chance of Osteoporosis from breastfeeding.com.
5. Promotes weight loss.
A study of Breastfeeding reduces maternal lower body fat by Kramer, F., published in the Journal of American Dietician Associationresearchers found that Mothers who breastfed exclusively or partially had significantly larger reductions in hip circumference and were less above their prepregnancy weights at 1 month postpartum than mothers who fed formula exclusively.
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