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MILK WAR! Cows vs humans – Are cows replacing humans in breastfeeding?

I n Nigeria today, breastfeeding is fast losing  its glory. This may not be unconnected with the fact that nearly 80 per cent of children are fed infant formula while only 29 per cent are breastfed exclusively. According to the World Health Organisation, WHO, breastfeeding is sufficient and beneficial for infant nutrition in the first six months of life. Medical experts have also found that breastfeeding immediately after birth also helps the uterus contract, hence reducing the mother’s postpartum blood loss. Despite evidenced-based benefits of breastfeeding findings by Saturday Vanguard show that cow milk is gradually winning over human milk in the baby feeding battle. Excerpts:.

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Have the milk of human kindness

It is obvious that a lot of people need help. Are we helping other people? If we want God to help us then we must be ready to help others. This will give us license to receive help from God. When we do not do help others, it will be difficult to receive help from God.

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Milk and the growing ‘more trend’

Food is a necessity across different socio-economic group and top brands are relentlessly creating association with it in order to gain traction, acceptance and expression in the marketplace. While that sounds like a drift, there is the likelihood that brands will continue to seek more opportunities to connect to foods, even the very unlikely ones. Currently on top-of-mind is Peak Milk’s “PECADOMO.”

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