Mom Discovers Her Baby Came Down With A Fever After Her Breast Milk Had Turned Completely Yellow


Another study published in Clinical & Translational Immunology explains that breastfeeding can transfer immune factors from mother to baby.

If the mom gets sick, her breast milk will change to help the baby fight that same illness or infection.

What this shows is that women’s bodies are truly incredible.

Of course, mothers who don’t nurse (whatever the reason may be), are still more than capable of keeping their babies’ healthy.

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