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Hungarian celebrities are campaigning for breastfeeding with photographers


Three actresses - a mother with small children - Gabriella Habori, Zsofia Szamosi, Dura Szinetárr - and businesswoman Szabina Tomabn also support the UNICEF Hungary campaign on the World Day of Breastfeeding.

UNICEF is campaigning for breastfeeding, mothers' and children's rightsUNICEF is campaigning for breastfeeding, motherhood and children's rights worldwide. Three Sonnysmith - Mom With Toddler - Habori Gabriella, Zsofia Szamos, Dinra of color - and Tomabn Szabina A businesswoman also found it important to support UNICEF's campaign in the world of breastfeeding with the help of Hungarian imagery.
It is true that mothers have the right to feed their children in addition to their daily activities. For children under the age of six months, it is all the more important to have breast milk, but many women give up breastfeeding because of work and conditions. The famous baby mama's photo series is designed to prove that you can breastfeed in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Breastfeeding is a natural, intimate relationship between a mother and her child - which, when given the opportunity, is both in the best of health.Durra Syngento said: "Many of us are diverse, and our stimulus thresholds, and the breastfeeding status confuses some. with this action we can show you that you can feed a baby anyway, even in a public place, so that it really does not disturb anyone's sensibility. I think it is very important that if you want to breastfeed your baby you should do it discreetly errхl miss mбsok due prыdsйge because the szoptatбs one legcsodбlatosabb ajбndйk mother йs kisbabбja kцzt "Tomбn szabina". Цrцmmel joined Dуri felkйrйsйre UNICEF breast szoptatбs fontossбgбt nйpszerыsнtх kampбnyбhoz also Szбmomra very important to megfelelх йrzelmi kцtхdйs kialakнtбsa as high mйrtйkben befolyб. promises a later mother-girl relationship. Not to mention that the babies come to life to have breast milk. "Zsufia Szamosi: "Breastfeeding is not just feeding. In addition to the physical needs of the baby, breastfeeding also enhances safety and security.Gabriella Hmmori: "Breastfeeding is not an ostentatious gesture, it is not offensive. Many times, a cut décolletage shows much more than a breastfeeding woman's breastfeeding. Breastfeeding my baby in a public place will make happy smiling people steal their gaze. "

UNICEF and breast milk

Breast milk contains all the vitamins, chemicals, enzymes and antibodies that are required for the development and growth of infants. For the first six months of life, there is no need for water or water supplementation or supplemental nutrition. From the age of two onwards, babies can receive healthy supplemental foods to support their development, but breastfeeding should, if possible, remain a definite part of their diet until they are two years old. UNICEF also recommends that mothers should breast-feed their babies if they wish.
Breast-feeding children are much less likely to get diarrhea or pneumonia, and less likely to become overweight. Breastfeeding reduces the risk of developing heart disease, diabetes and allergy, and breast milk promotes healthy brain development. Breast-feeding children are 14 times more likely to survive in mid- and low-income countries than non-breastfeeding children. Breastfeeding protects mothers from postpartum hemorrhages and depression, reduces the risk of multiple cancers and type 2 diabetes.No 1 in 5 out of 5 babies - . Skin contact and breastfeeding also stimulate breast milk production, also known as the baby's first "vaccination", because it contains an abundance of nutrients and antibodies. only 43 percent of women give breast milk exclusively to their children by the age of half. You want to radically increase this rate with UNICEF's multi-lingual campaigns and the creation of ideal conditions for breastfeeding in hospitals, workplaces and outlets.
Analyzing data from 123 countries shows that there is a large difference between countries. In the middle and low income countries, only one in 25 children is ever breastfed, but in high income societies 1 in 5 children never get breast milk.
There are also significant differences between families in different situations as to how long a mother is breastfeeding. In low- and middle-income countries, almost two-thirds (64%) of the poorest families, according to UNICEF and WHO recommend that babies receive breast milk at their two-year-olds, even though they are the richest at 41.
In developing countries, more than 800,000 children under the age of 20,000 per year and 20,000 mothers would be prevented by breastfeeding their children until the age of two. The developing world in many countries is a huge risk and a danger if infants are given unsafe water to drink. UNICEF staff work hard to help mothers breastfeed their babies for as long as possible and in the most effective way possible.
Many factors play a role in whether or not a mother is breastfeeding and for how long. The gyermekgondozбsi szabadsбgok elйrhetхsйge, work szoptatбs lehetхvй tйtele the tanбcsadбs йs the szoptatбs elfogadу megнtйlйse йs tбmogatбsa partners are all nйlkьlцzhetetlen anyбnak many weeks of szьlйs utбn be tйrnie the munkбba pozitнv back on szoptatбssal kцrnyezet megteremtйsйhez.A legszegйnyebb kцzцssйgekben. A Canadian study published in 2018 found that women who are worried about being able to put their family on the table in advance or having to eat less than half of the children who breastfeed, to worry. The difficulty in these situations is not primarily that affected mothers are unaware of the importance of breastfeeding. Many begin to breastfeed their child, but relentlessly give up (The pictures first appeared in the Women's Magazine. The photos were made by Gergõ Pejkу).Related articles in breastfeeding:
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