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Breastfeeding is the best way to give babies all the necessary nutrients and antibodies, which provide a vital shield of protection against disease, such as diarrhea and pneumonia.
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Score: 527640.7 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzs...-breastfeeding-foundation-life
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Skin-to-skin contact along with suckling at the breast stimulate the mother’s production of breastmilk, including colostrum, also called the baby’s ‘first vaccine’, which is extremely rich in nutrients and antibodies. “When it comes to the start of breastfeeding, timing is everything.
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Score: 454965.6 - https://www.unicef.org/srilank...-not-breastfed-first-hour-life
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Skin-to-skin contact along with suckling at the breast stimulate the mother’s production of breastmilk, including colostrum, also called the baby’s ‘first vaccine’, which is extremely rich in nutrients and antibodies. “When it comes to the start of breastfeeding, timing is everything.
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Score: 467853.6 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzs...-not-breastfed-first-hour-life
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Start to introduce soft foods at 6 months when your baby needs more energy and nutrients than your milk alone can provide.  At 6 months, start giving your baby just two to three spoonfuls of soft food, such as porridge, mashed fruits or vegetables, twice a day. (...) Your milk alone will meet the nutrition needs of both a son or a daughter in these first months of life.   6 months and older When your baby reaches 6 months, his rapid growth and development require more energy and nutrients than your milk alone can provide. He needs to start eating solid foods in addition to breastmilk to keep up with his growing needs.  (...) Don't wait too long to start solid food Your baby’s body needs the extra energy and nutrients to help him to keep growing. Waiting too long may cause your baby to stop gaining weight at a healthy rate, and put him at risk of becoming thin and weak.   
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Score: 712170.8 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...ur-baby-when-start-solid-foods
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These small fish are nutrient-dense in the skin and bones, and the bones are also excellent sources of calcium. (...) This case demonstrates the potential for integrating nutrient-rich fish byproducts into local cuisine to promote greater nutrition, particularly in areas where starchy staples result in decreased absorption of iron and zinc. (...) Developing fish byproduct powders in Uganda Currently in Uganda, efforts are being made as part of an FAO project to create low cost nutrient dense fish products from byproducts and low value fish species.
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Score: 664420.6 - https://www.fao.org/pulses-201...byproduct-powderand-pulses/en/
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No water, other liquids or foods should be given from the moment of birth until they reach six months of life, even in hot and dry climates, as breastmilk contains all the water and nutrients a baby needs to grow well. According to studies in low- and middle-income countries, babies who receive liquids and foods in addition to breastmilk before six months of age are at greater risk of diarrhoea and respiratory infections. (...) It is a baby’s first vaccine and best source of nutrients. Promoting, protecting and supporting mothers to give breastmilk only, no water, for the first six months of life requires encouragement and support from family members, health care providers, employers, policymakers and all of society.
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Score: 635996.2 - https://www.unicef.org/wca/pre...ely-breastfed-west-and-central
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Their bodies are not robust, and the diarrhoea is flushing out essential nutrients. In just a few days, a toddler can lose several kilos and become severely malnourished- a deadly condition if not treated.
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Score: 527640.7 - https://www.unicef.org/southsudan/stories/pipes-and-progeny
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